Military

Special Forces May Continue To Be For Men Only

Because of fear of sexual attraction

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Women are bound for perhaps thousands of combat roles amid a mandated, military-wide integration, but the armed forces' most coveted jobs — including Navy SEALS and Army Rangers — could remain segregated, male-only preserves largely due to concerns about sex, according to former special operations troops.  

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  1. Yes, it’s fear of boning that’s keeping women out of the most physically intensive combat roles in an already physically intensive field. Not, you know, the fact only a small fraction of males have the required capabilities, and statistically close to 0% of women do.

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