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Gender stereotyping still OK?

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Is gender stereotyping the last form of acceptable prejudice?

For all those rolling their eyes at this point, you may stop. I am by no means going on a male bashing/woman sympathizing rant.

However, with the new policy that is presumably going to allow women in combat roles, a heated debate has dominated the news, and has even brought in a few ‘Letters to Editor” here at the Ruston Daily Leader.

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