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  1. [INFP] INFP Men - Have you been hyperaware of benevolent sexism since you were young

    INFP Forum - The Idealists
    When expected to treat women differently, I have always had this uncomfortable anger about being told to do it. I remember in high school the P.E teacher made us go boy-girl-boy-girl to bat in baseball. The problem was there were three times as many boys, so I never got to go while the girls...
  2. A Man Asserted Smaller Brains = More Traffic Accidents (My Response 12-2016)

    I can't believe no one else spotted the obvious correlation from a study I recently completed in one of my blogs and offer now for peer review: We all know that most women with their higher estrogen levels have difficulty keeping their big tits out of the way of the steering wheel...
  3. Why is gender segregation legal but racial segregation is illegal?

    General Psychology
    Gender segregation is commonplace in a lot of parts of society -- girl/boy scouts, college dorms, sororities/fraternities, private schools, shared hospital rooms, etc.* So why is this accepted but racial segregation is seen as evil? I can understand why sex segregation would exist between...
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  5. Thoughts on Modern Sexism and how the Patriarchy works

    For a few years now, I've been trying to tear away all of the rationalizations and red herrings that I encounter when it comes to the topics of sexism, misogyny and gender policing and figure out why sexism exists and how it works. Sexism is the norm and to gain credence, you must abide by...
  6. Impression 43: Racism, Sexism, and Other Thoughts

    The place I grew up, and how I was raised made it very hard for me to get over being racist towards people. I know that sounds horrible, but I actually have to make a conscious effort to not be racist in my life. I grew up in a very racist neighborhood that only had like maybe one person of...
  7. [INTP] INTP Perspectives on Understanding Men

    INTP Forum - The Thinkers
    Is there such a thing as male or female behavior? I don't think so. Still, there are situations where some people do display stereotypical gender identifying behavior. Sometimes it's easy to see, but not so easy to understand. What have you noticed? What don't you understand? What do you have...