Just once I wish the reply would be, "I am, your husband kept me up all night. Which means that they were taught that from somewhere, and the only place that it could have come was older women.
Again we must ask the question: So, completely off topic, here's an ad, relax, this has nothing to do with guns: The trick to the makeup debate is that it pretends to want to be free of male pressure, yet the pressure to look a certain way is actually much worse from women.
You've been trained to look at these things in terms of gender, forget it, the pathology of the generation is narcissism, the ad knows about, and works only on, a society eyeballs deep in narcissism, that requires its identity broadcast by branded objects but validated by other people.
But what would happen next. Everyone knows you shouldn't judge a book by its cover, now you're saying the cover of the book influences how the book feels about itself.
Why did they leave. And if the girls did nothing, it means they were taught to do nothing, and the people most responsible for that lesson was other women. I find that highly suspicious, or astoundingly obtuse, or both.
Speaking of no one being upset about rape, here's a story, starts out bad and gets even worse in ways you won't expect: To use your impossible language, "where is my safe space to challenge your privilege. Somebody's going to have it, you can't make it vanish.
Who are you going to believe. Your own ground floor women don't protect each other, you know who had to come to this teen's aid.
This works in reverse, too, take a field traditionally XX-only, like nursing, and, huh, what do you know-- at the time where nursing is more powerful than it has ever been, there are also more XY in it than ever.
McDonalds didn't do it for men, or even as a man, he just did it, why do you have to drag the rest of the women into your delusions. I find that highly suspicious, or astoundingly obtuse, or both. There was a time where merely possessing the fetishized object was enough to self-identify "I'm awesome, I'm having sex with a blonde"; "just having my 9mm inside my jacket makes me feel bad ass"but this is no longer sufficient, it is no longer powerful enough to penetrate your thick skull, you have to be able to show it to someone else, to watch their eyes light up in recognition for you to know you have convinced them of who you are.
Everything you need to know about how the system sees you is expressed in its purest way in ads. It is straight up consumerism, repackaged as a gender issue. Every stupid parent teaches their girls not to get raped, duh, but have any mothers spent any time indoctrinating their daughters what to do if another woman is being raped.
His face is like, totally corroded. We at Busmaster tell you differently. I'm not being a jerk, it is a deadly serious question. When the system tells you what to do, you have no choice but to obey.
It may be regressive to ask this, but it is illuminating:. For some reason, one of the most emailed articles from the NYT was an article about whether women should or should not wear make up.
"New York Times? Sounds progressive." Yes. Seven people were asked their opinion in a column called "Room For Debate," liars, there was no debate, all of them said "I guess so", their main contribution was the hedge: "it's a woman's choice." So while pretending. For some reason, one of the most emailed articles from the NYT was an article about whether women should or should not wear make up.
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