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Feminist: Women in Combat Can Use Birth Control to ‘Eliminate Their Periods’

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Penny Starr
CNS News
Feb 23, 2013

At an event to discuss the merits of lifting the ban on women serving in combat units in the U.S. military, a retired Army sergeant said that hygiene issues are not a problem, including menstrual cycles, which she said can be regulated or eliminated by using birth control.

“Women can use hormonal birth control to regulate or eliminate their periods during deployment,” Kayla Williams said in remarks on Thursday at the Center for National Policy in Washington, D.C. “It’s just not that hard.”

Williams and Michael Breen, former U.S. Army officer and executive director of the Truman National Security Project, argued that the new policy would strengthen the military and that hygiene and privacy were not legitimate reasons to oppose the change.

“What about the hygiene issue?” Williams said. “Look, frankly I don’t even know what that means.

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