There's no reason to panick, for both sides. Some things to be noted down: 1.) yes, there are certain physical limitations regarding women carrying heavy weights and taking long marches. 2.) Any lady commitees overindulging in "feminine expressions" or trying to make the army "gentler and more sensitive" ought to be restrained, as such stuff doesn't contribute to the success of an army. 3.) Girls who are capable and willing to do certain jobs shouldn't be prevented from doing them. As the article says, people should be given assignments according to their contribution and not according to gender. 4.) That goes both ways.
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from the article: Is the IDF ready for women in combat?