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Female Veterans Completely Smash Misogynistic Views On Women In Combat In This Powerful Video

"When I was out working in Ramadi, Iraq doing Team Lioness with Marine infantry units, my gender — especially a bleeding vagina — didn't matter."

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In this powerful video, four badass female veterans take on the notion that women shouldn't be in combat because of their periods. Watch these incredible warriors completely destroy that utterly misogynistic bullshit.

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In January 2016, the US military opened all combat roles to women. It didn't take long for some opposing ideas to surface.

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"What about PMS and that time of the month? Do we stock Midol and carry that around with us?" —E-8, Special Forces

These are actual quotes from military personnel, taken from a Rand Research Report on Considerations for Integrating Women into US Special Relations.

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"I think PMS is terrible, possibly the worst. I cannot stand my wife for about a week out of the month." —E-6, Special Warfare Combatant Craft Crewman

So here's what some actual female combat veterans have to say:

"When I was out working in Ramadi, Iraq, doing Team Lioness with Marine infantry units, my gender — especially a bleeding vagina — didn't matter."

"When I served in Mogadishu in 1993, nobody cared if you were a man or a woman...everybody is a soldier first."

"It doesn't matter whether you got a dick, whether you got a pussy — it matters how well we work together."

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