Sexual Assaults on Female Soldiers: Don't Ask, Don't Tell
"What does it tell us that female soldiers deployed overseas stop drinking water after 7 p.m. to reduce the odds of being raped if they have to use the bathroom at night? Or that a soldier who was assaulted when she went out for a cigarette was afraid to report it for fear she would be demoted — for having gone out without her weapon?"
I would have thought that our female warriors, trained to kill, would be better prepared to fend off uncalled-for suitors. Were I to be the females in question, I would try to do my homework and learn the lay of the land first thing before being deployed.
Surely in this day and age, when news travels at the speed of light and most everyone has access to sources of information, one would have thought that our female protectors would be, by now, hip to their horny fellow male-soldiers' jive.
Not the case, however, as the article implies. What to say?
Pardon me for the colorful description but I for one would *go down lorena-bobbit on them and swoosh-slice their willies up to a pile on the ground and feed them to the wolves. When asked about it, I would tell all and everything.
The devil's in the details, you know. Inasmuch as you have to face a court-martial for incapacitating your fellow men, would it not stand to your advantage that you have everything recorded? Secret-cam the whole effort and expose the horny creatures for the bastards that they are. Post it on You Tube and earn the sympathy of each and every woman on the planet.
Now, dahlings, if that does not work, do not venture out for that glass of water or that smoke. Stay in the barracks and leave the boys to fend for themselves. Better, giv'em kid gloves they can hide in their bibles...
*Would I really?