reply to post by nixie_nox
I'd be curious of your take on this. Years back, I was in the Air Force, and underwent an experience which is ufo -related- . In the 'civillian'
ufo community, I could (would)(a) been called a "whistleblower" of the 'ufo gov cover up'. The experience was something totally out of an X Files
plot, and I obtained reams of FOIA documentation on it afterwards. Out into the civillian world, I mostly recieved Ufologist reactions of
discouragement. While this was going on, a ufo journal highly highly touted a female abductee, who wore heavy makeup and nails, something I did not
do. But I was no "fugly", too.
I had this friend (in Ufology and highly respected, but he was a known skeptic) who actually, found my experience very intriquing. He told me he
would ask different personages, what the deal is, with me, and then he would get back to me, with what he learned. He got back to me, and told me
that there seemed to be a consensus that I was "Looking for a boyfriend" (versus looking to Disclose) which justified their discouragements to
I wonder in men subconsciously hold the "whistleblower" of military ufo cases, to be a man, and not only that, but preferably a white educated male.
I know that some more insensitive forum'ers here would say, "Maybe it's you, it's something about you" Okay fine, but one night, a long time ago
on CoastToCoast, I listened to this female Captain being interviewed. She worked in NORAD, and Disclosed some really amazing ufo things. I think
(but I'd have to research on that) she even wrote a book. I never heard of her again, and CERTAINLY never in Ufology.
Like secretaries, maids, librarians, housewives, are women's ufo roles as abductees? (Generally.)
Lastly, this post is not about ufos, but about the basic communication of this particular thread, and men and women.