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For over 10 years the Army Rumour Service has been the British Army's busiest and best online community.
And for the men who accept us for who we are and support us in this process.
She Makes the Rules is intended to be about real life daily living when we accept who we are and how powerful we women can be.
Some of us are good leaders and caretakers of our families, and we do MAKE THE RULES in our households.
(Where else does men sleeping on the couch or being in the dog house come from?
) After trying hard for many years to fit into the old style of family life, our founder Debbie (aka Queen Bee) realized that she wasn't being true to who she really is.
In an effort to get her hard earned lessons about personal happiness and self acceptance out to other women, this website was created.
In addition to the discussion forums at the heart Army Rumour Service, the site also has over 1000 reviews of books and equipment, it's own wiki, the ARRSEPedia (think Wikipedia, but more humorous and only occasionally accurate), and an image gallery The Army Rumour Service is run day-to-day by a team of volunteer moderators, with the backing of regular users.There are two site administrators / owners, and the commercial side of the site is carried out under the brand Military Media, by Olive Net Ltd.The site is maintained through advertising income and donations..Initially the site, and particularly its name, ARRSE, caught the interest of military aircrew and the Army's Junior Staff College students, but grew rapidly beyond to all parts of the regular and reserve Army and all ranks.She Makes the Rules website is completely owned and run by real women.It was designed for women who are interested in learning how to embrace their inner bossiness!