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Old 09-20-2002, 04:44 PM   #49
Join Date: Jul 2002
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Opher Donchin (opherdonchin) wrote:
Surely it makes sense that some aspects of uniquely female behavior would be grating for some men, just like some aspects of male behavior are clealry grating for some women.
Er, what sort of behaviors would "uniquely female behavior[s]" be? I mean, you can make this argument in the aggregate (and whether those effects are due to nature vs nurture is actually still an open question despite your assertion), but when you come down to the individual -- I can't think of any behavior I've seen a woman do that I haven't seen a man do and vice versa.

OTOH it's fine that I'm not welcome in his dojo: it just means that he's not welcome in mine, either...
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