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    Yes! Aside from that annoying business of reproduction, there should be no difference seen between men and women.
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    I'm not sure. I may clarify by posting in the thread!
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    No, wtf? Men and women are quite different and I wouldn't want women to be treated exactly the same as men.
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    Poll included.

    Girls, do you wish that you (and women in general) could come to treated as being no different to men? Essentially just as though you were a guy, in every sense?
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    Depends on the situation.

    Career and job prospect wise, yes.
    In a relationship (and other friendships), noo waayy.
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    'Yes! Aside from that annoying business of reproduction, there should be no difference seen between men and women. '
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    not sure - i think that opportunities/education etc. women should definately be treated the same. i also think that intelligence-wise they should be treated as the same.

    however, there are differences. i am friends with a lot of blokes, and though i dont mind a bit of teasing, i couldnt cope with the onslaught of basically bullying guys give each other :P also i think there are some jobs that just straight out suit men better, e.g. the majority of completely physical jobs.

    tbh, i think we've got it almost right now
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    (Original post by tinktinktinkerbell)
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    'Yes! Aside from that annoying business of reproduction, there should be no difference seen between men and women. '

    Be alright if I started a fight with you on a night out then?
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    Nah. I like being a pussy and having to be looked after and protected and needing others to wipe my own arse. :rolleyes:
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    When paying for things - no
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    No. Men and women may be equal in value, but they are in no way the same, and it should stay that way.
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    (Original post by tinktinktinkerbell)
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    'Yes! Aside from that annoying business of reproduction, there should be no difference seen between men and women. '



    You again!
    Once again, I disagree with u
    We both know that theres certain differences.
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    (Original post by Cesare Borgia)
    Be alright if I started a fight with you on a night out then?
    I'd love it if a guy had the balls to start a fight on me. I hate the idea that you shouldn't fight a woman - you shouldn't pick fights on the feeble, perhaps, but woman aren't all feeble. I'm tough. Bring it.
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    No, I want men to be treated just like they are a woman.
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    I want to be treated equal to, and for all women to be of equal worth and held in equal esteem as, men ... but equally does not mean the same. We shouldn't treat anyone, regardless of gender, the same as another person.
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    (Original post by anotheregostar)
    I'd love it if a guy had the balls to start a fight on me. I hate the idea that you shouldn't fight a woman - you shouldn't pick fights on the feeble, perhaps, but woman aren't all feeble. I'm tough. Bring it.
    Whilst there might be exceptions, you can't deny that men are biologically stronger and more aggressive than women.
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    I also despise the way people say there are differences. Stereotypically there are differences, but very few people conform to a stereotype... People should just be able to be who they want to be, if a woman wants to act like a stereoype, that's fine, but as long as I don't have to conform. That's not saying I'm not a woman... I'm just, me. (lol that last line sounded lame but I couldn't think how else to put it.)
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    (Original post by Cesare Borgia)
    Be alright if I started a fight with you on a night out then?

    bring it on :rofl:

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    You again!
    Once again, I disagree with u
    We both know that theres certain differences.
    :lolwut: cant even remember chatting to you

    and yes there are some differences, the question was though would you prefer to be tret like a man and my answer is yes
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    (Original post by Cesare Borgia)
    Whilst there might be exceptions, you can't deny that men are biologically stronger and more aggressive than women.
    I'm not disagreeing. But there shouldn't be a blanket statement to apply to an entire, widely varied, section of society. Assuming a woman can't stand up for herself physically is a slight generalisation.
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    No, Id like to think I'm confident enough in myself not to be one of those annoying girls who act like they have a chip on their shoulder. Those constantly pushing for 'equality' in an extreme sense of the word at every available opportunity. Eek, they annoy me. :p:
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    Girls like to be treated the same as men only when it suits them. All other times it's sexist.
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    Why can't people just be treated like people, with less of this stupid gender segregation nonsense.

    I don't think anyone should pick a fight with anyone else, but especially anyone weaker (of either gender).
 
 
 
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