Dos and Don’ts in Photos
Don't be a woman-soldierInfluenced by the feminist propaganda of women being equal to men, Elisabeth of Belgium, the eldest daughter of King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of the Belgians participates in an intensive three day commando training course at the Royal Military School in the Ardennes.
The Duchess of Brabant is the first Princess of the Royal Family to join the Military School, which has been training Belgian officers since 1834. It was "a personal decision" of the one who is heiress to the throne.
The Princess is seen above wearing a helmet and army fatigues scaling a wire line. Below, she commands her male comrades in a dinghy, assuming a manly pose and way of being.
Instead of shining for her feminine charm, refinement and dignity, like princesses in the past, "Cadet Elizabeth" presents a different role model for young ladies: the soldier women of present day Hollywood dominating men in battles and exhibiting their daring to win popular applause.
This revolutionary egalitarian spirit destroys the feminine spirit of ladies who should find serenity and joy in the home place, protected by their husbands, brothers and fathers.
Don't be a woman-soldier
Photos from Point de Vue