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Women in the Military: Fiat Equality: Unwelcome Facts from a Closet

You can always tell when old Fred has been hitting the Padre Kino a little too hard by the number of typos. lol But, never-the-less, he is usually spot on and always entertaining.  1,903 more words

Radical Feminism

Review into Women in Ground Combat Roles Published

The Ministry of Defence has published a review paper (19 December 2014), carried out earlier in the year by the Chief of the General Staff, Sir Nicholas Carter, into  519 more words

Military Physical Training

Fighting Talk on Front-Line Females

Neatly tying in with the earlier post is another article from Soldier Magazine (in the same issue):

“The debate over women in combat units is intensifying as the Army’s expected announcement on its recent policy review looms. 160 more words

Military Physical Training

Women soldiers to serve in front-line combat units

Britain: Senior Whitehall source says that MoD is ‘leaning towards making the change’ to allow women in front-line combat units after a six-month review

British female troops share a joke as they wait for the 904 Expeditionary Air Wing’s sunset flag lowering and end of mission ceremony at Kandahar airfield, Afghanistan Photo: Matt Cardy/Getty Images… 828 more words

What cannot be raped

RAPE: an act of plunder, violent seizure, or abuse; despoliation; violation: “the rape of the countryside”

I wanted to use this definition of “rape” for this post – because we all know that rape is so much more than “sexual intercourse through force.” Rape comes in many forms. 1,011 more words

Military Sexual Trauma

Infantrywomen debunk myths about women in combat arms

Women in the infantry is a controversial topic in the U.S., but around the world women are in the infantry,  they  have been serving for many years… 1,290 more words


Have We Forgotten Our Heroes? - Chapter 27 - Bray

For many people this article will intensify the conflict regarding women serving in combat roles in the military. However when one reviews the history of wars involving the United States, one will discover many women have served not only in traditional combat roles, also in roles of espionage and infiltration traditionally held by men. 741 more words