While some movements have been pushing for women in the conscription, the reason why this isn't being fought is because many women and feminist movements have been either historically anti-imperialist, or historically anti-militarists.
Revolutionary movements like those who have taken after authors like Emma Goldman, Margaret Sanger, Itou Noe and such have more been anti-imperialist, realizing the idea of conscription must be abolished, so why would they fight for women to be in there? It makes no sense
More tame movements that have taken after Alice Paul, Barbara Deming, and in your case, the Estonian Women's Roundtable (EWR), Lithuania Women's Organization (LWO), and such, commonly believe in anti-militarism, realizing the military is a heirarchal and warlike institution by definition, and commonly opposed this. EWR believes in democratic workplaces, and the women I mentioned before were major influencers in the feminist movment, and were commonly anti-military. Peaceful protest, all that. Lithuania's feminism movements commonly had their slogans as "No coercion and violence", which is the exact opposite of conscription, so why would they fight for women in the conscription anyway?
It's not female priveledge, it's just having common sense.
anyway thats my 1300 character explanation of why you are retarded, need to go back to pol, and you are also idpol