This following section of a review (and critique) of GK Chesterton included a section on politics, where he discusses my favorite author's approach to women in that field.
Now this is certainly not a position you will find is represented in today's politics (even the reviewer goes on to note that the these sexual differences are environmentally produced and are not genetically determined). But I suppose it is often helpful to review and stretch ourselves with old questions.
G. K. Chesterton, a Criticism By Cecil Chesterton
In another text, I recall that he also finds the prospect of women fighting in battle to be quite disagreeable. However, he found it disagreeable because of their strength, not because of their weakness (a modern excuse). He thought that the attachment of women to an object of desire was so strong and so obsessive that women in battle would be fanatics and absolutely uncontrollable (this tells us something about his expectations of war as well).