Female Medjai and Djed Warriors
A rarity, the Djed permit women to become warriors as they recognize Nefertiri and Anck-su-namun as warriors. They only permit women to become warriors if they have a vision, and they don't qualify as warriors based on their maternal hereditary occupation.
Djed women who become warriors are required to undergo the same training that a man would, but unlike them who begin their training at a young age, a Djed women begins their training after the rite. Therefore due to this unfortunate circumstance they're required to train almost religiously in order to be up to par with a man.
A Djed man will frequently frown upon a female warrior due to it being a patriarchal occupation. However, it's uncertain as to how often discrimination occurs, as it varies from tribe to tribe, person to person. Djed women can't become a commander as that's a men only occupation.
A female warrior's physique resembles female athletes; therefore it's required to choose an appropriate play-by for a female warrior. It must be emphasized that due to the patriarchal social system, the Medjai don't permit women to become warriors.