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In speaking to the waiter themselves, a woman risks talking over her dining partner, the narrator warns.
Another scene urges women to let men open doors for them.
'All day long, I open doors and stand when I talk to the officers I work with, after a while you get used to that.'But I get kind of confused because after hours, this little pumpkin changes and becomes the lady.' At the opening of the film, a female captain advises a younger colleague on dressing like a lady.
'We do have certain ideas about how you should look in your uniform, about the tailoring, the fit and how it should be kept, and I guess sometimes we do express these feelings rather strongly,' she says.
The message of the clip appears to be that military women should take care to let men take the lead when off-duty.
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