House-Passed Defense Bill Mentions ‘Gender’ 29 Times, Establishes a ‘Gender Advisor Workforce’

The word “gender” is mentioned 29 times in the House-passed version of the Fiscal Year 2023 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which also formally establishes a full-time, funded, stationed, and resourced “Gender Advisor Workforce.”

H.R. 7900, which easily passed the House by a margin of more than three-to-one (329-101), ensures all-gender coverage of artificial reproductive services, examines differences in recruitment and home ownership by gender – and even conducts gender-based services to foreign military and counts the number of people evacuated from Afghanistan by gender:

  • Gender Advisor Workforce: Develop and manage a Gender Advisor Workforce throughout the Department of Defense.
  • Artificial Reproductive Services: Grant coverage regardless of gender marital status.
  • Fitness Requirements: Establish gender-neutral fitness standards.
  • Recruitment Efforts: quantify gender of those enlisted by region and Army Recruitment Battalion area.
  • Barriers to Homeownership: study differences in enlistment correlated with gender.
  • Foreign Militaries: Conduct/Advise/Support foreign militaries in providing appropriate gender-sensitive equipment and facilities.
  • Foreign Militaries: Conduct/Advise/Support foreign military establishment, training, and development of gender advisory workforces.
  • Afghanistan Evacuation: Account for the total number of individuals evacuated from Afghanistan in 2021 with support of the United States Government, disaggregated by gender.  Source: CNS News
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