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From: MSN NicknameT-o-r-s-t-e-n  in response to Message 30Sent: 1/8/2009 6:38 PM
Not really being able to speak of experience, as obviously I wasn't a girl growing up and being raised, but I did have a sister, or do have one, and I don't recall her being brought up to be subserviant or compliant, lol.  Demure, maybe, but not encouraged to be that way.  I think it's a natural, inherent thing for girls to be that way, for most of them to be that way, which is why nonshy and extroverted girls get called sluts by the rest of them, lol.  But, anyway, rolewise, careerwise, yeah it's good that there is more of a peerlike and collegial setting b/c that's what's best for society, I think, instead of a situation where girls seem like subsidiaries of or subordinates to 'their men' or men.  But, don't try to get away with this, despite the equality, who still has to open the doors?  And so far as that sort of element remains, well thigns are good.  But it's not desired to have girls who are at war with society b/c of their perception of being slighted.  YOu know, like, it's not like guys wnat a girl who will just shut up and follow behind you, but it's not like the alternative to that is a superbitch who always interjects and tries to put her foot down, lol.  There's a balance
 
anyway, i'm rambling and really have to go since i have to leave in 20 minutes


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     re: Last Thread   MSN NicknameSmigChick  1/8/2009 6:57 PM