There is a very long period of history feminists would rather us all forget about. For nearly the entirety of human history, governments have been telling men what to do with their bodies — and that often ended violently.
While modern feminists base nearly their entire ideology (and personalities) on their desire to murder fetuses in their wombs, men have had to endure untold horrors when their government had a fight with another government.
To refresh, this isn’t exactly ancient history, although that is included. In the United States, young men of “fighting age” were recruited into the armed forces until the end of the Vietnam War. Since then, the country has transitioned into a purely volunteer force, although there have been calls to re-instate mandatory conscription during war time.
But here’s the thing: many Americans aren’t aware of this, but this conscription is still in effect — sort of. Men still have to register for the draft for the event of a national emergency — such as a foreign invasion — and many don’t even remember registering because the state can now do it for them.
Sorry, feminists, some people have a problem with you killing your own babies. But exactly no one is putting a gun in your hands and sending you to the far-reaches of the world for strangers to shoot at you.