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The media’s unfair reporting on the sexes’ war risk and sacrifice

Increasingly, journalists’ rule appears to be this: Even if only one female troop — or just one nurse — falls in a war that slaughters thousands of men, report “thousands of men and women killed. — or even better, thousands of women and men.” Continue reading

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