University Army ROTC made to wear red high heels to “raise awareness” about rape

I saw this on Moonbattery an hour ago and have since that time been trying to cool my blood down! Just who does our frickin government – full of liars and thieves and lowlife – think they are to teach anyone anything about morals!

Consortium of Defense Analysts

The Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) is a college-based program for training commissioned officers of the United States Armed Forces.

Two days ago, an Arizona State University ROTC cadet posted this on the U.S. Army sub-page of the popular Reddit.com website:

Reddit ROTC red heelsThe message claims that “tomorrow morning” (April 21, 2015), the poster’s “entire ROTC battalion” will be forced to “walk a mile” dressed in ACU (Army combat uniform) and red high heels “to promote awareness for sexual abuse on campus.”

Juan Leon of IJReview followed up the Reddit message with tweets by Temple University’s Army ROTC of male cadets wearing red high heels:

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Here are more images of cadets wearing red high heels on Temple University Army ROTC’s Facebook page:

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I conducted a search for “walk a mile in her shoes” on the official homepage of the United States Army and found these:

1. On Sept. 22, 2012

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2 Responses to University Army ROTC made to wear red high heels to “raise awareness” about rape

  1. bunkerville says:

    Sickening. What more is there to say.

  2. Pingback: University Army ROTC made to wear red high heels to “raise awareness” about rape | Grumpy Opinions

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