If Feminists want to exclaim that there are no physical differences between men and women: they have to stop advocating that women be given lower physical standards than men. In the marines, the Army, fire departments, police departments, etc. etc.
Feminists have yowled in response to low pass rates for women. Those occupations and institutions had low (sometimes 0) pass rates among women because women were expected to pass the SAME physical standards and tests as the men. As a result, Feminist lobbied and protested to create lower physical standards for women, because so few women could actually compete and achieve the same physical standards as men.
Recent examples below.
The Marines had to lower physical standards for women, because not one woman was able to pass the exact same physical requirements as the men. Who was forcing the marines to adopt lower standards for women? Feminists.
Feminists forced the Fire Department of New York to drop physical requirements for women: because when held to the SAME physical requirements as men – too few women were becoming fire fighters.
The Army Physical Standards for men and women is point evaluative. Based on age group and number of repetitions done (push ups, sit ups, 2 mile run time). Aside from situps: women have significantly lower standards in order to score 100 points in apt: which effects things like the ability to pass or fail, graduate or be held back and even promotions and pay grade.
Peak performance (highest quantitative measure to reach 100 points in most competitive age group) are as follows.
Male pushups: age 27 – 31. 77 pushups.
Female pushups: age 27 – 31. 50 pushups.
Male situps: age 27 – 31. 82 situps.
Female situps: age 27 – 31. 82 situps.
Male 2 mile run: age 17 – 26. 13 minutes.
Female 2 mile run: age 17 – 26. 15:36 minutes.
The current Olympic (meaning in the entire world) women’s weight lifting champion, in the highest weight division (meaning the athletes are permitted to weigh as much as they like, 75 kg+),
KASHIRINA, Tatiana of Russia lifted 151 kg in the “snatch” event on 05.08.2012 in London.
ZHOU, Lulu of China lifted 187 kg in the “Clean & Jerk” event on 05.08.2012, London
ZHOU, Lulu of China lifted 333 kg in the “total” event on 05.08.2012 in London London
That’s the women’s heaviest weightlifting division – those are Olympic athletes, the winners of the last Olympic games in those events – they’re Olympians, the absolute best athletes the world can produce in a generation. Meaning those two women who won those three events are the strongest women alive.
For male weightlifting athletes – you have to go all the way down in weight classes to the athletes who can’t weight over 69kg.
MARKOV, Georgi of Bulgaria lifted 165 kg in the “snatch” event on 20.09.2000, in Sydney
BOEVSKI, Galabin also of Bulgaria lifted 196 kg in the “Clean & Jerk” event on 20.09.2000 in Sydney
BOEVSKI, Galabin of Bulgaria lifted 357 kg in the “total” event on 20.09.2000, in Sydney
The 3rd smallest, lightest, weakest division of male weight lifters who have to weigh under a specific weight in order to compete – lift more than the women’s biggest, heaviest, strongest athletes who compete in a division which has absolutely no personal weight limit.
Feminism is based on ideology which requires indoctrination, suspension of disbelief, doublethink and irrational denial of reality in order to actively be accepted as being true.
Reality: shows that their ideological beliefs are a preposterously asinine delusion, every – single – time.
To accept as true –
A: If men and women competed together it would show men are not physically more capable.
+B: We have to lobby to lower physical standards for women because they can’t pass the same physical standards as men.
Simultaneously, without experiencing Cognitive Dissonance, or a sudden brain aneurysm: is unequivocal proof of brain washing that one ordinarily only finds present in cults.
The above A+B is a pristine and precise example of “doublethink”.
“Doublethink means the power of holding two contradictory beliefs in one’s mind simultaneously, and accepting both of them.” ― George Orwell, 1984