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active 1 year, 6 months ago
  • ktsetsi commented on the blog post BREAKING: Military lifts ban on women serving in combat   1 year, 6 months ago · View

    Because combat roles lead to career advancement and opportunities that, before the ban was lifted, were only open to men. The lift on the ban doesn’t mean women will be required to fill combat roles; it means they can volunteer and try to qualify. If they can qualify, if they prove capable, they can fill [...]

  • ktsetsi commented on the blog post BREAKING: Military lifts ban on women serving in combat   1 year, 6 months ago · View

    My argument is realistic because a) women want equality in the military, regardless of what kind of military we have; b) women have fought to have the ban on combat roles lifted. If women who claim to be feminists claim to want “equality,” they will be equally interested in shouldering the less than convenient responsibility [...]

  • ktsetsi commented on the blog post BREAKING: Military lifts ban on women serving in combat   1 year, 6 months ago · View

    Two days before this lift on the ban was announced, I created a petition at WhiteHouse.gov to require women to register for Selective Service. Regardless of how anyone feels about the draft, the registry continues to exist, and if men have to sign up, so should women if we want to be militarily “equal.” The full [...]

  • ktsetsi wrote a new blog post: Advertising and society – chicken and the egg?   5 years, 7 months ago · View

    A few weeks ago, I posted an essay on the community forum about my displeasure with advertising’s Madonna/whore representation of women ("Tide is In…"), and some comments after the piece argued that advertising simply reflect society as it is, that society has to change before advertising changes. I think the discussion is an important one to have, [...]

  • ktsetsi wrote a new blog post: Speaking of advertising and women…Tide is In!   5 years, 8 months ago · View

    …and sexless Moms are, at least partially, on the way out. You know the sexless Moms I’m talking about. They wear boxy V-necks over button-shirts with doily-collars, or pink-tan sweaters hanging hip-length over baggy pants. They have faces you’ll forget the moment they turn their heads. Commercial moms aren’t really women; they don’t have sex, [...]

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