Why don the royal marine commandos employ girls?
The British army and by extension the royal marines does not employ women in front line positions ie the infantry and Special Forces. The arguments tend to be around group cohesion ie lots of guys fighting for their friends, as well as issues around relationships and hygiene particularly once a month. There is the question of fitness and strength though there is no reason a woman who is able to pass the fitness and strength element to the same standard as the men (unlike the rest of the UK armed forces where the requirement is lower for women) shouldn’t get in. And of course aggression, of all the corps etc of the armed forces the infantry and Special Forces etc must have aggression and as a rule (there are of course acceptations) men are more aggressive than women. Ultimately this is a question of policy within UK armed forces and will probably need a really determined woman with some political backing to want to get in and to force the change.
Because, if they do, they will become a bunch of big girls blouses, why? because the girls will want to change all the rules. Men operate better when there are no females to distract them. As soon as females are present men stop supporting each other and start to compete with each other for the attention of the females. This is not a good thing in a war situation. Men don’t feel that they are being particularly brave or macho when females are there as well. It would undermine their own idea of their masculine worth. Also, the men will always try to protect females, which is a distraction. Moreover, sexual relationships will develop, causing further problems. These things seem obvious, but, apparently not to blinkered feminists who have been brought up like men.