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Do you believe in equal rights for women?

Do you believe in women' s rights?  

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Equal rights, yes, they already have, in my country anyway.

 

Equal outcomes, no.

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2 hours ago, Lacessit said:

Perhaps you would be able to post the relative percentages of each scenario.

The percentages are 100% equal, the law is very clear on it. Having worked in the courts and hearing hundreds of cases I know it as a fact. All things being equal then the split is equal.

 

Perhaps it would be better if you checked it out yourself.

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4 hours ago, Crazy Alex said:

Hypothetical scenario: your house in on fire. A loved one is trapped inside. They will not allow you to reenter. Which would you prefer to enter the house to save your loved one- a man or a woman?

Horses for courses. Place a premium on physical strength if you want. Women have superior tolerance of heat, cold and pain. Childbirth is Exhibit One, fancy giving it a try?

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3 hours ago, Crazy Alex said:

What would you say about me if I told you white people were superior to blacks?

Fancy getting into the ring with Mike Tyson, or a race with Usain Bolt? If I remember rightly, you are the one placing a premium on physical strength.

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25 minutes ago, Lacessit said:

Horses for courses. Place a premium on physical strength if you want. Women have superior tolerance of heat, cold and pain. Childbirth is Exhibit One, fancy giving it a try?

Childbirth and carrying someone out of a burning house are entirely different things. Oh and as for pain tolerance:

 

Study after study has shown that men have a higher tolerance for pain than women, according to researchers who seem to be making some progress in figuring out why.

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11 minutes ago, Lacessit said:

Fancy getting into the ring with Mike Tyson, or a race with Usain Bolt? If I remember rightly, you are the one placing a premium on physical strength.

That's dodging the question. You made an obviously sexist statement. I was merely pointing it out by creating an obviously racist statement that reads just like your sexist statement.

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7 minutes ago, Crazy Alex said:

That's dodging the question. You made an obviously sexist statement. I was merely pointing it out by creating an obviously racist statement that reads just like your sexist statement.

Frankly, I have no idea what you are blathering on about.

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Yes, but it would be nice if men were treated as equals in non-mickey mouse courts.

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6 hours ago, mauGR1 said:

No, it's not so simple.

 

I agree, but we know very well that it's just a dream, don't we ?

everything was a dream until it wasn't

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6 hours ago, Crazy Alex said:

Hypothetical scenario: your house in on fire. A loved one is trapped inside. They will not allow you to reenter. Which would you prefer to enter the house to save your loved one- a man or a woman?

The strongest person.

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I believe in equivalent privileges and rights appropriate to each sex so that the balance is perceived as fair by reasonable people.  Equality is nonsense.  Men and Women ARE different.  Ideology does not lead to fairness.  Empiricism does,

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