At the forefront of gender neutrality, the U.S. Navy is moving towards "unisex" uniforms. Welcome to the U.S. (unisex) Navy. Seeking to satisfy Navy Secretary Ray Mabus’ politically-correct demands, a preview of the new uniforms was revealed Monday. Mabus told skeptical midshipmen in May the move was designed to improve moral and and cohesion. (In reality, it's more probably designed to ingratiate him with the current administration.)
“Having service members don the same headgear is symbolic of a Navy that is gender-blind,” Navy spokesman Lt. Cmdr. Nate Christensen told Military Times on Monday. “We have been working hard to design covers and uniforms that improve uniformity across the force as well as improve the function and fit of sailors’ uniforms according to Mabus’ plan for uniform and cover redesign.”
Feedback on Military.com’s website was resoundingly negative.
“We used to call this cross-dressing. Our senior military leadership have obviously bought into the pop-social theory, espoused by today’s progressives, that gender differences are a result of experience and cultural conditioning,” a user identified as OldNavy207 wrote Tuesday.
“Years from now people in our country won’t even know who to have sex with,” another user added.
“The U.S. Navy, 242 years of tradition unhampered by progress, but crippled due to political correctness,” said Michael Llyod.
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