Not on a camping trip, dear. On a daily basis, after every river trip. Many of whom I did not know. And I certainly didn't know a single damn one of them initially.While you may be completely comfortable changing your clothes in front of your fellow river guides while on a camping trip,
Why is it unfair? People CHOOSE to join the military, not like it's forced on them. If they have an issue with it, then maybe they shouldn't do the job. Much like my being bunked with a bunch of men I didn't know while we waited to be called to save people's lives. If bunking with them bothered me, I need not have been an EMT.doesn't mean it's fair to put a female service member in cohabitation with members of the opposite sex that she doesn't know. That's not a stretch.
I know quite a few that would need it explained. But, like I said... we're civilians, so maybe we're just more disciplined and focused than the folks in the military. Maybe this should be addressed in military training.In fact I don't know to many people that would need that explained to them.
I just don't see how anything about it is unfair. Unfair how? In what manner, exactly, is bunking with the opposite gender "unfair"?