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See, this thing\'s complex. Not only have different civilizations had different standards about what can be done to enemies, female or otherwise, but they\'ve also varied in how strictly they\'ve enforced their rules—not just between eras in their history but between individuals. It\'s also not fair not to draw a distinction between soldiers who are following their people\'s rules and those who aren\'t—people commit atrocities in war, it\'s pretty much inescapable, but some cultures (and some armies, units, or commanders) punish them, some abhor them but don\'t do anything, and some tolerate them. A few encourage them. Not drawing a distinction is exactly like saying NAMBLA means modern America practices pederasty.