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Vanessa Dobos Air Forces First Aerial Gunner

Vanessa Dobos Air Force's First Aerial Gunner


Sexism is a wish-washy subject, some people say that sexist still exists, some say it doesn’t. Sexism denies equality amongst genders and ultimately believes that one gender is superior/inferior to another. Stereotypes of sex and gender identification may have something to do with sexism as well. In the article above, I wanted to recognize that even though sexism still may occur in society some women can continue to show that they can do what men do. Vanessa Dobos, is the Air Force’s first female aerial gunner.
“I went from being another airman in the crowd to someone who people would always be watching and analyzing,” she said. “In some ways, I was afraid that people in the helicopter world were already prepared to be disappointed in me. I figured there were some people with hard feelings about a girl in the job. I was determined not to let them down,” quoted Dobos. Obviously she didn’t let them down and she continues to do her job well. GET ‘EM GIRL!
(Medium) MISSION: Are people ok with women in the military? Is there sexism in women being in combat? What careers can women not be in or are shun down when they try? Try to find 5 careers that are predominantly gender identified or stereotyped as male jobs and then find a woman that does each career.

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One Response to “Get ‘Em Girl-Free Porn”

  1. there is a bit of a stereotype against women in the military because we still see women as soft, and weak. And we look at the military as this hardcore men only field. So as for women in the military they are expected to fail, or complain about it being to hard and that they cant handle all of the pressure of being in that environment. A good movie reference for this would be G.I Jane. Women are also shun down in jobs that require strenuous or back breaking labor as in construction, mechanic’s, or even pilots. And in all three of them there are women that do theses jobs and in ways are better than men.

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