Why do - when people think of a female combat solider - they imagine some brutish Amazon?
Men come in all different sizes - so what the barrier? I think why people think of a brutish Amazon is because it's OK for bad things to happen to a female Behemoth - but that war wounds are too horrible for a 5' 4" women to endure. Isn't the horriblness of war too horrible for any human being - male or female? Why are guys lives so much more expendable?
i didn't know people did. i see a woman combatabt as a woman not some brutish soldier.
seeing some of those Israeli female soldiers should put an end to that idea.
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