Shirlie Toro-Fralick discusses her time in the armed forces as a member of the entertainment unit during World War II. She begins by explaining how a drunken officer "helped" the females of Shirlie's unit into their bus with inappropriate touching. Shirlie explains that while some men respected and supported the female entertainer troops, others viewed them as "playthings". There was an opinion among some of the male soldiers that once a woman joined the forces, she was ruined. Shirlie explains that not all men shared this opinion. She states that most of them knew that "we were just boys and girls there to do a job".