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Discussion in 'News / Current Events' started by Salty, Aug 19, 2014.
A pregnant police officer thinks its unfair she will not be given desk duty.
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It turns out that women are not the same as men. As the little Frenchman yelled out at the meeting where the similiarities between the sexes were being listed by a professor, "Vive la difference!"
We had a case in the Indiana Supreme Court where a man wanted to be a lineman for the electric company but was not strong enough to help lift the transformers. The Chief Justice of the Indiana Supreme Court, a combat pilot in World War II, ruled famously that physical qualifications were valid and that a blind man could not be a pilot.
Feminists want it both ways. They want to be treated like men, but then they still want the protections and courtesies traditionally given to women when it's to their advantage.
That having been said, I don't understand why on Earth a police department would put a pregnant woman on the street. It endangers her, endangers her child, and her pregnancy is going to hamper her ability to do her job.
If she's really that upset about it, then she should either quit or take maternity leave.
Careful JD, you are assuming common sense where, apparently, none exists!