"You've got it there. It perplexes me when a man rushes to a door just so he can open it for me. Don't get me wrong, I think it's polite to open a door or hold a door open for someone behind you, but no special effort should be made…"
"Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness? That's about as general as I can get.
Society gives us contradicting information on what we're supposed to want or what we're supposed to be. Not to mention we're still sorting out…"
After seeing a high school friend's picture of a gun and a bible with the text "The only two things every American should know how to use...neither are taught in schools," I had to make my own version.
"1. I don't think it's so much an innate desire as a trained one. For several thousands of years we have created our societies based on rather strict gender roles*. There has been very little give in those roles, with rare exceptions…"
"I read the full report and Jesus! What a one-sided rant. If Nicolai Sennels is a psychologist, he's not a very professional one. He didn't even try to give a pretense of objectivity.
Having said that, I agree with most of what he wrote…"
"Apparently it still needs to pass their House of Representatives, but the fact that it passed through the State Senate is exasperating. So I wonder if they would defend it if bullies beat their target to death? I'm going to guess they'd…"