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bobbolink Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu May-31-07 04:57 PM
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371. Not so confusing. It has to do with whom one is identified with.
Edited on Thu May-31-07 04:57 PM by bobbolink
There are white-identified blacks (used to be referred to as Uncle Toms) and there are male-identified women (Aunt Tomasinas?)

I wrote in another post that I think it may be trying to prove one is "tough", because "tough" is "in".

Sad.

Edited to say that not all women are feminists. Which is why all this voting for a woman because she's a woman is nonsense.
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