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defendandprotect Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed May-25-11 02:08 PM
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58. Nature puts its trust in females -- I'll stick with that --
Edited on Wed May-25-11 02:12 PM by defendandprotect
If you want to change those numbers -- and many in patriarchy certainly did want

to limit the number of females born -- it takes killing females to do it!


Your thinking sems based on what patriarchy has told you the "natural" state is --

and the distorted reality patriarchy has created --

Did they tell you that males are more fragile than females up to the age of 2?

And why should there be a large loss of female life in childbirth?

Only because we have eliminated knowledge, information and drugs/plants -- and

practices which would aid with gestation and delivery.

And who eliminated that knowledge, etal -- patriarchy.


Re this ...

Assuming homosexuality is equally prevalent in both genders (we're not sure about that), it would be best to have 1 male for every female. Having a surplus of lonely people literally unable to find their preferred mate is something that will bite us all in the ass down the line, whether that skew is toward male or for females.

They say that there is more male homosexuality than female homosexuality -- however, I've also

read that because of male violence, many women will turn to comfort of females.

But neither is it unknown for predominatly hetereosexual males to come together to comfort one

another -- especially in time of war . . Remember this song?


Nights are long since you went away,

I think about you all thru the day,

My Buddy, my Buddy, no Buddy quite so true.

Miss your voice, the touch of your hand,

Just long to know that you understand,

My Buddy, my Buddy, Your Buddy misses you.




Additionally, homosexuals have long been honored in Hawaii for their assistance in taking in

orphans. Also note that hetereosexual males are 100X more likely to sexually abuse children

than homosexual males are! And, it is a male problem confirmed by even rightwing women's

groups.

So nature would see many benefits to homosexuality as all societies should, as well! :)


:)
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