Air Combat Command removes posters after complaints of sexism
However, the original MRFF complaint, and a Feb. 9 letter from Tobanna Barker, the foundation's legal affairs coordinator, did in fact address the posters' "message of male superiority." That message of male superiority was not only offensive, but violated Air Force regulations, Barker wrote. Mikey Weinstein, president and founder of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, subsequently contacted the National Organization for Women, which became involved in the dispute. NOW President Terry O’Neill wrote to Gen. Herbert "Hawk" Carlisle, head of Air Combat Command, asking him to "permanently remove the two terribly offensive, sexist/faith-based posters." O'Neill complained that "the passages glorify the military’s reliance on male dominance."