My daughter is a major. She says being an officer insulated her from some of the things noncoms faced.However, whenever I hear about these stories, I think of this song.^http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=Got+a+girl+in+the+war&mid=43D4C4ADBB226B87A4AA43D4C4ADBB226B87A4AA&view=detail&FORM=VIRE1^Our sisters, daughters, and mothers who are serving their country deserve respect, civility, and the protection of their brothers in arms. There has been postings on this topic from folks who seem to believe it is the women’s fault for signing up to serve. I find that idea vulgar and out of touch with life in the 2000s. This strange form of Christian “Sharia law” that wants women to “stay in their place” has not place in our republic.Fox News recently had a small civil war when some of the males on the show, including one of their token liberals, bemoaned the fact that women, particularly single women, are now the primary earner for households. Greta and a few other ladies found that attitude archaic and wrong.I agree. In a civil society, we all work together to help EVERYONE succeed. That said – I know many women who would love to stay home to care for their children and homes but because husbands are absent, unemployed, or underemployed, the women must also work or the family will do without everything from healthy food to actual places to live.It is the duty of all Americans to protect those who cannot protect themselves, it is recognized in the Constitution when it says we do these things for “the common good…”Respectfully,C.