Gender norming

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Gender norming is the controversial practice of reducing standards for women in some areas so that they can get equal results on tests when competing with men for jobs.

"Even though West Point officially says there have been no negative effects from the admission of women, the sworn courtroom testimony of a West Point official says that women cannot perform nearly as well as men and that the men’s training program has, for that reason, been downgraded. For example, men are no longer required to run carrying heavy weapons because women are unable to do that." [1]

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