Women’s shoes – a weapon against sexism
April officers march in red shoes held in the city, where they arrived for training on protection against chemical and nuclear weapons.
What kind of shoes worn by men in the spring of 2015? Everyone remembered the march of military officers in women’s shoes with heels through the streets of the American city of Fort Leonard Woods. So that no one remained indifferent to this spectacle, shoes are painted in red.
April officers march in red shoes held in the city, where they arrived for training on protection against chemical and nuclear weapons. Parade of American soldiers in hazing shoe performed not for the sake of shocking, but in the framework of military discipline told media sponsor Lambda .
School of Chemistry headed gallant feminist Peggy Combs, having the rank of general. Dame-General issued an order in which the trainees are obliged to maintain during dismissal city events. Since this event was an action “Walk a mile in her shoes”, the officers had to wear women’s shoes and hobble in the uncomfortable shoes, expressing such a complex way a protest against the oppression of women.
The incident drew attention because the students were dressed in army uniforms, and a bright red shoes have made some variety in the harsh face of men. By the way, to make such a radical women’s shoes colors used cans of paint. We can not say that the officers were delighted, but orders are orders.
Boating American men in women’s shoes in one of the weekends of April – it’s an American tradition. Feminists insist that the boys went into the shoes of her friends; obviously, it has to demonstrate to men the severity of women’s share. However, feminist ideologues insist that this march is organized as a protest against sexism and violence against women. The people of Europe, there are other questions: what size shoe are American feminists? Obviously, one of the victories in the struggle for gender equality is the equality of the size of male and female legs.
Yet General maid Peggy Combs got excited, forcing officers to publicly try on women’s shoes. Reporting parade against sexism in Fort Leonard Woods shocked even the usual gender equality US generals and officials from the Pentagon. Violation of uniforms, made by officers in large numbers, made a negative impression on the command structure, though amused by the inhabitants of the town.
General Peggy Combs gently reproached in some abuse of power, but to take any disciplinary action against the initiators and participants of the parade no one dared: in fact it can be regarded as the oppression of women. The case was limited to sensitive comments and requests not to do. On this Peggy Combs sharply she stated that she did not even punished one of those who refused to take part in the action. This may please the military, but who knows, as there will be further career obstinate and not tamed officers brazenly walk around in their comfortable army boots.