Breaking News

Retired Marine Corps colonel details the misogyny she has faced as a female veteran

A retired Marine Corps colonel has opened up about the misogyny she has faced as a female veteran from both civilians and other service members. 

Jincy Canterbury Hayes, 66, from Kentucky, went viral last month after her daughter Whitney Frost shared a TikTok video of her discussing how she is treated as a female veteran.  

‘Did you know that women are veterans too?’ she asked. ‘For example, when you park at Lowe’s by the sign that says “Veterans Only,” and you get out and two or three guys come on over and tell you that it’s not for you, it’s for your husband. By the way, my husband was not in the military. He is a civilian.’

Scroll down for video  

Jincy Canterbury Hayes, 66, from Kentucky, opened up about how she is treated as a female veteran in a now-viral TikTok video

Jincy Canterbury Hayes, 66, from Kentucky, opened up about how she is treated as a female veteran in a now-viral TikTok video

The retired Marine Corp colonel recalled how she parked in front of a 'Veterans Only' sign at Lowe's and some guys claimed the spot wasn't for her, it was for her husband

Read the Full Article Here dailymail

About bourbiza mohamed

Check Also

Texas cops reveal there was NO armed guard on campus when gunman walked through unlocked door

Texas cops have revealed that there was no armed guard on campus when the gunman …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.