The reforms are to make the rights and duties of women equal to those of men, while the U.S feminism principles dictate otherwise claiming that women do not require actual feminist concerns and actions (57).
Considering the activities that women tend to do according to Zeisler, the reforms might impact but not much. To explain this, the participation of women in the military is in consideration (60). Men are muscular and perform better, in the tactical field, unlike women. This implies that though the reforms wish to make women equal to men even in the military it is difficult to culminate the actual reforms. The reforms though are necessary to ensure that women get treated equally with men.
Some of the reforms would negatively impact on the economy since some of the tasks given to men are specifically for men. The reforms dictate that women should have equal roles with men. Some roles such as acute military actions are for men and not women. Most men do not perform well in some of the duties designated for women implying that the reforms may impact negatively on the ...Show more