I can understand that people want to see the military wear a uniform.
I do understand that for some people that is not possible.
However, when it comes to uniform requirements, we have to remember that this is a country where people do not wear uniforms.
If you are a woman, you have no need to wear a bra.
If your child is under 10 years old, you will not be required to wear one.
It is not just a matter of whether you wear a skirt or not, it is a matter about whether you do not need to.
When you have children and they are being exposed to this kind of media, we should be very mindful of the issue of gender and the issues of gender expression, which will have an impact on the behaviour of children in a very different way.
There is a debate to be had about whether the uniform is the right way to do it.
I think the uniform should not be mandatory.
It should be a choice.
The military must understand that there is a gender issue at play here and we should all take a long hard look at that.
I think the military needs to understand that we are not a monolithic society.
We are a multi-cultural society and the military is a part of that.
We are not monolithic.
We have a mix of cultures and that is the reality of military life.