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(Photo: Torgeir Haugaard, Norwegian Armed Forces)Six boys and two girls in the same room in the army, a place known from previous research as a breeding ground for sexual harassment.“We were very biased.
We thought that the girls could not possibly be OK with it,” says Ulla-Britt Lilleaas, who, together with Dag Ellingsen, is responsible for the report (“The Army: the vanguard, rear guard and battlefield of equality”).
The extensive report on gender in the armed forces was commissioned in order to find so-called “masculinity cultures” which either promote or restrain gender equality in the army.For instance, one set of routines was memorised by the aid of references to the female organs.This was something that the girls figured they just had to put up with.“They actually didn’t think there was much harassment, they had been prepared for a lot more,” says Lilleaas.So it was important that the girls did not form cliques and began slandering, as they had done in school. The boys appreciated the fact that it became easier to talk about more important things in life, not only dirty talk, when there were girls present in the rooms.Despite the degenderisation, however – most of the girls in the military unit in Northern Norway are afraid that they are not physically adequate.