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patrice Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue May-16-06 06:58 PM
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14. Vicious circle. The more objectified you make "it", the more subjectified
Edited on Tue May-16-06 07:04 PM by patrice
"it" becomes. Her answer is "It's all the fault of (something called) feminism" = objectification, a vicious circle. Sorry, I wasn't being very clear was I.


I don't like to play those games anymore. But then, that's a bias too.

The Absurdists gave me big mistrust of language - though I am a technical writer, because I have great respect for well-crafted English.


She could hardly be more wrong, IMO. Many of our problems are because women are not as free as they could be. This causes an al most overwhelming Social tendency toward dysfunction.
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