Some days ago, YEN.com.gh reported that many military women were bemoaning the fact that they were not getting proposals from suitors because of a strange perception that caused the men to be timid.
Recounting their ‘ordeal’, some of the military women lamented that they had been in the service of the country for 4 years but have not had any civilian approaching them to speak with them let alone asking them out on a date.
Another military woman revealed that it was not so much about the looks because some military women were better looking than civilian women.
However, another military woman has indicated that a military woman was the best woman to date and get married to. She gave a number of reasons to buttress her claims and advised civilian men to approach military own for their own good.
She indicated that a military woman was an independent woman because she already had a job and would contribute in running the family. She also, indicated that a military women would not be harassed by other men because of her status and the fact that she could take care of herself in public.
A military partner would always fight for you and would not let any harm come to you because of her loyalty in the relationship. She went on to add that a military woman was very trustworthy unlike some civilian women and she would never cheat on the person she was in the relationship with.
One important feature the military woman highlighted was the fact that military women cared the most and had deep affection for their loved ones.
Adding to the tall list of the advantages of having a military lady as a spouse, the military lady indicated that most military women were highly educated in military and civil law and was careful not to go contrary to the law.
She however sent a word of caution to civilian men who had the intentions of approaching female soldiers. She advised them to be faithful and not play around for their own safety.
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