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Perfect!! Since I do not find that worrying about what others think about me is good for my health. I have told others in no uncertain terms that I did not care what they thought they were not the boss of me. I am who I am period!!!oldsalt1 wrote:I propose an additional letter "D" Making it GLBTQ "D" with the "D " standing for "DON"T GIVE A S__T WHAT YOU THINK I AM
That's largely old vinegar in a new bottle, and I call BS on it for that reason.Freefrom wrote:I stumbled upon a Gender Traits Test this evening, it may have some credibility?
I concur wholeheartedly; hauling up a 'historical' evaluation like this might at least demonstrate that this particular definition is a moving goalpost? I should also wager that the same questions would yield a different result for any given individual given their most recent life experiences. A Monday morning at work or on vacation with the family for instance. Agreed, it's an interesting, if only richly flawed, appraisal.crfriend wrote:
As creatures, we have not evolved/adapted biologically to this "new normal"; these are socially-driven mores. We heed them at our peril.
What should a father do for himself? Without fear of recrimination.Uncle Al wrote:What a father will do for his daughter
This applies to skirting as well as nail color. We as "men" should heave off the horse collar of shame that has been placed upon the man that does not tow the man line.crfriend wrote:What should a father do for himself? Without fear of recrimination.Uncle Al wrote:What a father will do for his daughter