25 July 2017

Where Are the So Called Ghanaian Feminists: Ghana Armed Forces Rejects Female Army Recruits Over Big Butts And Boobies


Where are the so called Ghanaian feminists when you need them to write their long disconnected posts? This is when the real feminists can stand up–and challenge a patriarchal institution such as theGhana Armed Forces and its gender biased recruitment requirements.

According to reports, several Ghanaian women who were hoping to join the Ghana Armed Forces have been rejected at the recruitment stage, because they have been blessed with big butts and breasts.

Some of the applicants who were disqualified over their big butts and boobies expressed their disappointment to Kasapa Fm.

“I’ve always wanted to be a soldier and was ready any day to defend my country Ghana at the peril of my life, but little did I know that my dream will never materialise because of my heavy buttocks and breast. It is unfortunate that I couldn’t make it into the army, but I can’t also do anything about my huge backside and front,” one said.

According to Kasapa Fm, the Ghana Armed Forces “has requirements in the recruitment process which shortlisted applicants should meet including not having a tattoo on any part of the body whether visible or concealed, not being flat footed and for the women, not being well endowed in front and behind.”

Kasapa Fm added that “ladies with very big breast and big butts are not admitted into the army because such body composition will put a weight on the soldier and impede her running during wars or any military exercises.”

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