It would help tremendously if'n I hadn't agreed with your point on the "He-man woman haters club". Which I did.
Seems to me it's real history be damned. I know I'm guilty of it on a small level at times, though it's hard
to be guilty of violating a history what never happened.
'Tis another me thinks to modify history to suit an, dare I say, agenda of some sort.
I hear tell no women in our garrison camp even though it's historically documented that it occurred. And I hear tell that it's a CAMPAIGN camp and not a garrison camp to boot (which of course is hysterically documented because it didn't happen that way)! Now exactly why troopers of the 1st US are campaigning around Corinth when the rest of the Army must have been in garrison is beyond me. Campaigning with 30 lb Parrot rifles must have been quite a sight to behold.