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Saturday, July 29, 2006

Blogathon 2006 Post #5

Ah, coffee. Delicious, Kona french coffee. It is reviving me. It is making me feel alive again. The Girl is making muffins. Life is improving rapidly.

Women are....


Difficult. I find many women uncomprehensible and confusing. Contradictory. Warm and effusive at times, catty and bitchy at other times. Most of all, confusing. I have trouble with lots of women because I think they lack loyalty to their women friends. But then again, women appear to have clearer heads, a more global outlook, much more empathy, and much less aggression than do men. But I still find women confusing.

Women are repressed, depressed, and exploited. Women in many societies are chattal. Women are uneducated and overeducated. Women are mothers, single, lesbians, asexual. Women are mistreated, and put up on pedestals. Women have no rights, but some women lead countries. Equality still eludes most women.


How can you not find this confusing?

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