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Posted on Feb 22, SGT Join to see. In my opinion It really depends on their superiors and how professional they are towards that female soldier but from my experience in almost every unit I have been in a good looking female usually is always being recognized for the same work everyone else is doing and when she is recognized it is by a male superior. I am not exactly hitting on the issue of female soldiers who flirt their way to the top or are always in that parade pretty stance when they talk to higher ups but this definitely ties into it. I have seen it enough to where it makes me want to report it at times because I like to think of the military as being above looks and being more professional but I see that when it comes to some of our superiors, that is just not the case.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Military Men Morning Routine - You NEED TO TRY THIS
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Posted on Feb 22, SGT Join to see. In my opinion It really depends on their superiors and how professional they are towards that female soldier but from my experience in almost every unit I have been in a good looking female usually is always being recognized for the same work everyone else is doing and when she is recognized it is by a male superior. I am not exactly hitting on the issue of female soldiers who flirt their way to the top or are always in that parade pretty stance when they talk to higher ups but this definitely ties into it.
I have seen it enough to where it makes me want to report it at times because I like to think of the military as being above looks and being more professional but I see that when it comes to some of our superiors, that is just not the case. Most superiors are more relaxed because the soldier is easier one the eyes and I think it is a big problem we have in the Army and it probably has been for a long time.
Women cannot help that they look good to men nor should they have to worry about it but, we all know that there are a good amount of female soldiers out there that use this to their advantage and we also know that there are a lot of leaders out there that don't check the flirting ways and their human desires at the door when it comes to the military mission.
I used to be on my highschool's debate team way back when so feel free to tell me EXACTLY how you feel good or bad sentiments, I am quite resilient and I am not afraid to express my opinion on any subject. Please chime in on how you feel and what you think about this and if you think my post is good for discussion and contributes to the community then please vote it up thanks! Posted in these groups: Integrity Toxic Leadership Standards.
Follow this discussion. Responses: SFC Join to see. Posted 6 y ago. You have been in less than 3 years according to you and you have been in one unit other than training please correct me if I am wrong.
What is your real issue? Following some of your posts it seems as though you are threatened by females. We have EO offices and representatives for a reason. If these type of actions are going on and you aspire to be an NCO than I charge you with taking action when you see injustices. Is one to assume based on your logic that good looking male Soldiers are treated differently by heterosexual superiors than they are by homosexual leaders? Times have changed. I have had Soldier members who have worked for me that were male and female, were "easier on the eyes" and "unfavorable looking" to quote you, who enjoyed opposite or same sex relationships, but at the end of the day one thing was the same.
The leaders around me did the same because as a Soldier it was my duty to uphold the standard. Your enthusiasm and drive to succeed is what the Army is going to need going forward. You need to find yourself a mentor who you can turn to for professional advice to get you there. Vote down. SGT Join to see 6 y. I haven't been smacked around that good in quite some time She gives me the honest truth and let's me speak my mind.
She has called me out on my rants about my sergeant and has also commended me for handling situations the right way. I did not post this to bash women. If my NCO were a male the situation would still be the same. I have not disrespected my NCO at all, I have not questioned her leadership skills because she is a female. I have not one time said anything derogatory towards the female sex, I have simply asked the question that I asked because as sergeant Pefley stated I am speaking on things that I know and have seen during my time in the military.
That is the extent of my Army career and where my opinions of the situation I stated are coming from. As an analyst my main job is to research and finding trends in attacks was a big thing we did downrange to predict IDF attacks and such.
I am telling you that I simply see a trend from the place I have been and now I am asking the community what is going on in their neck of the woods so I can see if it is an Army wide thing. I did not want to know about that I wanted to know about a specific topic, the one that I posted. I cannot control that people tear off on tangents because they feel that I am talking about one side of something and they feel that I am not looking at the other side.
Thanks everyone but I do see the other side, I just wanted to get your opinions on this one topic. So I ask that people either post about this specific topic or not post at all because for some reason they think they need to teach me that I am judging one side of the fence. Also, I hope you understand that my thought process is a lot less shallow then you may have thought before. I work on my craft day in, day out at work to be able to see the whole picture because I have to give the higher ups the best possible intelligence they need to be able to make important decisions.
That is what I do as an All-Source Analyst and the day that I become an NCO I promise you will not have to worry about me treating my male and female soldiers differently.
SFC Join to see 6 y. SPC Gamble,. Sorry for the delayed response. I responded a couple of days ago and went to hit post and RP was down for maintenance. Anyways I wanted to commend you on the thought you put back into your reply toward. You took time thought it out and typed a well written response. The point the other day wasn't to bash you and as I read further through I can take away your meaning and your point.
Someone else took the liberty of saying you should choose words more appropriately or what not and that would have led to a totally different outcome. My original reply was based off the perception your post gave coupled with the one where you were questioning going to the board and as they say, perception sets the tone for many outcomes. Again though, as I said above when commenting on someone else's. I like your drive and enthusiasm. If you channel it correctly your will make a great NCO, most likely sooner than later.
Please feel free at anytime to contact me if there is anything I can assist you with or support I can provide. Disadvantages of being "Good looking" 1. People expect you to be less talented. Especially in academics.
If you are a male, you're perceived - by myopic people - as a player. You're surrounded by fake people. You can't stay covert for long periods, as you're easily recognizable. You somehow find yourself in the cross-hair of psychos. When you give people an inch, they try to take a yard.
If you are a woman, men will often assume you are very sexually experienced, because they will assume that it is impossible for a woman so beautiful to be so pure, since men are constantly chasing after her. If you are a woman, many people will automatically assume that you think you are a better person than them or that you are unapproachable. Your self-esteem may soar to unhealthy levels. People think that you have it better than them in life, simply because you are good looking.
People jump to conclusions about your interactions with those of the opposite sex. The single female close to promotion got it. All the males have been in more than 3 years, she just 12 months, so tell me how that works?? Maj Join to see. This type of thing is societal and happens everywhere from the boardrooms to the mail room. But in reality it does. Very interesting read Ma'am. SSG Mike Angelo 6 y. Maj Sabra, Thank you for the article. I agree that this particular issue of attractiveness does exist and it is societal regardless of industry and organization.
The military design is no exception. There is much truth toward our society and the norms of interpersonal relationships that are "easy on the eyes" so to speak.
In the military, physical appearance is a big piece, such as DA photo et al. Personal chemistry, sight, smell and sound are societal indices on how the relationship will be developed. Some folks have that positive energy that we desire. It is a human need. In reality too, I agree, these events happen. I observe in this thread, various levels of personal leadership in the group. Most of us would like to say that we are not influenced by beauty in our professional lives, however we are all creatures of habit and need for this type of chemistry or feeling.
Service members can rise above their feelings with self-discipline and self-control, hence personal leadership. This is a maturation process. Good luck out there. I agree completely. As a society we gravitate to those with charisma. It is just the way we are. People think that you have it better than them in life, simply because you are good looking People jump to conclusions about your interactions with people of the opposite sex.
SSgt Join to see. Well I have to put a bag over my head just so people can work.
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