“My short skirt is a liberation flag in the women’s army,” they read. “I declare these streets, any streets, my vagina’s country.”
So sad. What about those men who were fired for using the “V” word at work.
and back in India on this Women’s day,
‘A study on all aspects related to women officers in the armed forces, including induction in combat roles was conducted under the aegis of the Chiefs of Staff Committee -,’ Defence Minister A.K. Antony said in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha. ‘The study has recommended exclusion of women officers for the present in close combat roles where chances of physical contact with the enemy are high,’ Antony added.
Neihal, says Women’s right activists have “slammed the findings of the study as the height of male chauvinism”
What is with this male chauvinist (but armed) pigs, this is the height of discrimination, that too in the land of the great and “highly successful in battle” Jhansi Rani. And whats with this “Physical contact” , haven’t these morons heard about this thingy called “Guns” which other armed forces in the rest of the world have successfully put into use. Don’t tell me we settle disputes with Pakis by playing kabaddi and wrestling (extreme physical contact conditions) – Indian army had decommisioned those weapons after the Chinese routed us.
Does anyone remember those rape cases, remember Jaffna of 87 ? Having women in the army*provided they have guns* will arguably reduce the chance of sexual abuse – well who knows. Now about winnability and compromising national security, when was the last time we fought a full fledged war – 1971 ? did we actually see the enemy in Kargil, let alone physical contact. So let these women be, give them whatever they want. Do whatever is needed to shut those feminists up. Oh those shrill voices.
According to me, all our Jhansi Ranis in short skirts must be given the freedom to go to hell in any frickin way they want. Say NO to discrimination in combat roles in Indian Armed Forces !!