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Women FORCED into the draft? Without YOUR help, it's one step closer to happening...
UPDATE:

In the time since our last contact, the U.S. House of Representatives has passed the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2022 (NDAA), which, if signed into law by Joe Biden, would require young American women to register for the draft.

That's right: Our daughters are just one Senate approval away from Joe Biden deciding whether or not they'll be forced to sign up for involuntary military service in the event of a future conflict that necessitates a draft -- and, in turn, potentially face combat.

We need YOUR help NOW to urge members of the U.S. Senate to reject any form of the NDAA that includes this unnecessary, entirely political provision.

Can we count on you to contact your state's U.S. Senators today with this urgent request to protect America's young women?

You can reach your U.S. Senators in one easy step using this simple contact form (see right) that we're making available here on LifeSite's Action Center.

With one click, your message is sent directly to their offices without having to look up any contact details.

Then, please SHARE this important information with your friends and family members to spread the word across our country!

As a reminder, the NDAA is the United States' annual defense budget bill, which must be approved by Congress and signed into law by the President in order to take effect.

While this is usually a simple (yet indisputably large and wide-encompassing) funding bill, Democrat members of Congress (along with the help of some Republican allies) have taken the opportunity they've been presented with this year (that of a Democrat-majority Congress) to inject identity politics into the NDAA by adding language to the bill that would ultimately mandate young women to register for the draft through the Selective Service System (SSS).

Currently, there is approximately 17 million young men registered with the SSS, and while the constitutionality of the system as it stands has been the subject of much controversy and scrutiny since its initiation back in 1917, its recruiting of young males only has remained mostly non-controversial during that period, with the Supreme Court ruling back in 1981 that doing so did, in fact, pass constitutional muster.

However, in recent years, a widespread desire to make this tradition a political target has gained momentum, with both Democrats and Republicans alike voicing support for opening up the draft to young women as a means to achieve greater parity in our armed services.

Of course, America has always strived to achieve true equality for its people, but our nation's laws must, as they always have, account for the inherent differences between males and females, especially those of a physiological nature, in order to ensure that the individual needs of everybody come first.

Put simply, should this new policy become law, our daughters will be, in the event of a new draft, subject to required military service, possibly in combat roles, that can and will put them in danger against their will. 

It would also inevitably expose women to the ramifications of the Biden Administration's radical new transgender policies in our armed services, which could mean anything from bunking to showering with biologically male counterparts without accounting for their own feelings and preferences regarding doing so.

As we stressed in our previous message, opposition to this language in the NDAA does NOT represent any inherent belief that able-bodied, qualified young women do not possess the physical, mental, and emotional fortitude that it takes to serve our country with honor, dignity, and courage -- far from it!

Rather, this latest politicization of our Military represents a blatant effort on behalf of Washington elites to break away from traditional policies that have historically acknowledged the unique differences between males and females, turning the page forward (or, more appropriately, backwards...) in their quest to disregard gender altogether in our society, in schools and workplaces, and, now, in the armed services.

This isn't just wrong; it disregards both men and women's God-given identities in favor of a false sense of reality that ignores science and its implications, and prioritizes politics over people.

But time is running out to take action...

So please: Take a few minutes today to contact your U.S. Senators, and ask them to oppose any draft of the 2022 NDAA that would require American women to register for the draft when it comes before them for a vote.

Thank you!


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