Tag: sexism

Women in Combat: A historical and political analysis of “change” in the U.S. Armed Forces  

By | 03/01/2016

By Kathy Johnson and David Gespass Published in the Winter 2015 issue of On Watch Despite dramatic changes in social mores and subsequent legislative reforms, capitalism generally, and the U.S. version in particular, has shown a remarkable ability to adapt and morph in the…Read More »

Career Ender: Sexual assault or sexual harassment complaints still prevent advancement

By | 09/25/2014

By Jim Klimaski Punishing the transgressor addresses half the problem. Where is meaningful assistance for the victim?  The Tailhook scandal occurred over 20 years ago. At least 83 women and seven men were identified as having been sexually assaulted at the Navy/Marine Corps…Read More »