Before the Vietnam war, the legal age to vote in the United States was 21-years-old. That changed because in the Vietnam war, the average combat soldier was 19-years-old. The thought behind changing the legal age was that "if you're old enough to fight for your country, you're old enough to vote in your country." Some people believe since woman aren't drafted in many countries, they don't deserve the right to vote. Where do you stand in this conversation? Do you think woman should be drafted? Do woman need to be drafted to finally be seen equals to men and live in a equal society?
This is the video which inspired e to ask this question:
Meet the Woman Opposing Women's Rights to Vote https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2QUk0iESVI