• JKB

    I saw a photo of police all decked out in riot gear facing protesters.  One officer, I presume was female had her handle, I mean ponytail, sticking out the back of her helmet.  Nice.  Where the head goes the body follows.  And you could make her scream like a girl.

  • 11B40

    Greetings:
     
    So, you’re trying to convince me that “high & tight” or “whitewalls” (after the old style tires ???) are not wacky hairstyles ???
     
    And while I’m being contrary, I think that some male soldier should sue President Obama for “hair equality” with the soldierettes.  Either his gets longer of theirs get shorter which some of those DADT beneficiaries might not mind at all, if you know what I mean.

  • https://picasaweb.google.com/102427392960537405774 Kevin_B

    Apart from the hairstyles, WHY are we letting women serve in our military and in the Marines, especially in combat or on the frontlines? That is immoral and decadent and plainly goes against acceptable and logic notions of the roles of men and women.

    Perhaps women can serve in some role in the military, I’m not sure, but they shouldn’t be allowed to go anywhere near the actual combat positions, let alone the frontlines.

  • http://ymarsakar.wordpress.com Ymarsakar

    Women need combat tabs and experience to be promoted. It’s a feminist issue. It’s also a way to infiltrate the ranks, but don’t tell anyone that.
     
     

  • Jose

    Long hair is a definite problem with various headgear, like helmets, and especially with gas masks.  The masks have numerous elastic straps with buckles and sliding loops, that cross the top and  back of the head.  I would imagine women dread wearing them.  Gas masks don’t do well with makeup either, although that is unlikely to be a problem after the second day in the field.
     
    Looking at the standards, I see that they allow for cornrows.  I have seen lots of women with cornrows in uniform, but only black women.  I always wondered what would happen if a white service woman wore cornrows – would it be considered faddish?  For the record, I find cornrows attractive, but not on blondes.

  • http://ymarsakar.wordpress.com Ymarsakar

    I think a lot of people are pushing for women on the front lines because they think it’ll buy the loyalty of those females who want faster promotions in competition with males who have all kinds of combat decorations.
     
    But this isn’t actually in the interest of women in general or the military or the nation. It doesn’t benefit us. It just benefits “somebody” else.
    Same thing with abortion. The original intent wasn’t to benefit women and save them from bad abortions. The original intent was to get an income source for the Left and wipe out sub humans like the blacks. That’s it.