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Re: Women in pants

Postby Jim » Sat Oct 20, 2018 12:05 pm

Pdxfashionpioneer wrote:
So could we please stow the misogynistic crap and figure out who our natural allies are and make common cause with them?


Good point, even if I prefer more polite language.
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Re: Women in pants

Postby Pdxfashionpioneer » Mon Oct 22, 2018 3:03 am

I said "please."

"misogynistic" is the proper way to speak of male chauvinistic piggery.

And "crap" is much more polite than its synonym. :D
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Re: Women in pants

Postby crfriend » Mon Oct 22, 2018 3:37 pm

Pdxfashionpioneer wrote:"misogynistic" is the proper way to speak of male chauvinistic piggery.

As an aside, calling me misogynistic" is about as far from the truth as one can get, and any one of my friends -- several of whom are women -- will attest. What I am laying into is the misandric mess that is now institutionalised in what passes for law in the USA. (Hilariously, the dictionary in Firefox does not know about the word "misandry". Are we not supposed to us it any longer?)

As far as what passes for the latest appointee to the US Supreme Court goes, that's the current president's "Get Out Of Jail Free" card. And, the questions I've been pondering recently include, "Does it really matter that we have a juvenile jock on the highest court of the land?" and "What role does a Supreme Court play in a post-Constitutional State?"
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Re: Women in pants

Postby Gusto10 » Tue Oct 30, 2018 7:14 am

crfriend wrote:
Pdxfashionpioneer wrote:"misogynistic" is the proper way to speak of male chauvinistic piggery.

As an aside, calling me misogynistic" is about as far from the truth as one can get, and any one of my friends -- several of whom are women -- will attest. What I am laying into is the misandric mess that is now institutionalised in what passes for law in the USA. (Hilariously, the dictionary in Firefox does not know about the word "misandry". Are we not supposed to us it any longer?)

As far as what passes for the latest appointee to the US Supreme Court goes, that's the current president's "Get Out Of Jail Free" card. And, the questions I've been pondering recently include, "Does it really matter that we have a juvenile jock on the highest court of the land?" and "What role does a Supreme Court play in a post-Constitutional State?"

It's just the most explicite example. You will find "for the occasion adapted use of the system" at many levels of organizations. mr. T plays the game of use the system to beat the system with the sole purpose of self gain.
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