Which Is Better?
Which is better for women?
Women who become mothers or killers?
Women who stay home full time protecting their children from Social Services, or women who can do push ups?
Women who raise children with morals, and thus not able to be cops, or women who can march to the Star Spangled Banner?
so that you may be able to discern what is best … (Philippians 1:10)
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(militarytimes.com)—Lance Cpl. Callahan Brown kept losing her tentmates.
The 20-year-old Marine had spent months in co-ed training at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, before moving west to Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, California, for a series of combat assessments in grimy field conditions — the closest any female Marine has been permitted to get to infantry life and training.
She watched as the number of women involved in the experiment dwindled by the day.
“I was stressing out because all my girlfriends started getting hurt,” Brown told Marine Corps Times. “They’re all getting this common injury from hips. I was waiting to feel something in my hips and I never did.”
Brown was one of just two women left standing in the pair of infantry-trained rifleman platoons at the end of the nine-month-long experiment, she and other members of her unit said. Most of the other women in those two platoons had been dropped or temporarily sidelined with light duty due to injury.