The problem with this is that equal opportunity always leads to equal outcome. It always happens. The requirements for a Seal is this:
1.swim 500 yards in 12.5 minutes or less
2.do 42 push-ups in under two minutes
3.do 50 sit-ups in under two minutes
4.do six pull-ups
5.run 1.5 miles in boots and long pants in less than 11.5 minutes
Not many women can do the above. so if alot of women are failing the requirements, feminists will accuse the Seals of setting the standards too high and trying to keep it a "boys club" and exclude women, despite the fact that these were always the standards to begin with. So what will happen is the social engineers will do what they call "gender norming". For instance, a woman candidate will have to do one pullup or get 15 minutes for the 1.5 mile run. Inevitably, this will allow more women to pass and make it to Seal training. What happens then? Well, 80% of men who make it to Seal training end up dropping out. So, these women who made it there because of these gender-normed standards, their dropout rate may be 99%. Feminists will find this unacceptable and once again, accuse them of conspiring to keep women out. So Seal training will be changed to accomodate women, so that more make it thru training. And more women will make it thru training because of these new standards. Then you will have other problems such as one of these new female Seals getting pregnant before a mission. If they kick her off the team for being pregnant, feminists will once again do their usual bitching and moaning, so now they'll have to come up with maternity leave for these new female Seals, just like Police and Fire Departments all across the nation have to.