I think that's a great idea, Echo!
As an aspiring mission designer myself, I too agree that only having bulky marines is greatly limiting my creativity. That's why I'd like to expand this ticket and ask not only to add women, but also children (naturally, of both sexes)! Now I know you probably don't have children serving in Swedish infantry, but you shouldn't be so narrow-minded and open up to the possibility of a campaign set in the Central African Republic, where the use of child soldiers was a common phenomenon among rebels as little as ten years ago! Not only does Hideo Kojima's Metal Gear series feature a main character who used to be a child soldier, thus making it an established and safe theme in the video game medium, but it is also important to remember that there are many more child soldiers in the world (approx. 300,000) than females in the Swedish infantry or, for that matter, female soldiers in all front line infantries put together. Clearly, anyone opposing the effort of adding child soldiers into ArmA III is not only an ageist, but also a downright racist, making me very glad and, dare I say, proud to have allies like Echo on my side.
Please also add the ability to make my character a little chubbier and shorter. Not all civilians look like 1980's action stars and there's really no need to indulge in this militant fat shaming propaganda.
Once and only once, ladies and gentlemen, BiS has integrated all these quintessential features should they proceed to work on the milsim aspects of the game! Thank you, DayZ, for setting this community on the one righteous path!