Can a woman be a father figure?

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Blue_Mason
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A woman cannot fulfil the same role of a man.
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(Original post by Blue_Mason)
A woman cannot fulfil the same role of a man.
You have answered your own question.
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rather than just state a point, i think you should explain it too!!! :yes:
we are definitely living in the 21st century so men and women are equal in terms of doing jobs, giving security...
its kinda pathetic that people still think like that
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definition on google:




father-a manin relation to his child or children.
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(Original post by fatima1998)
rather than just state a point, i think you should explain it too!!! :yes:
we are definitely living in the 21st century so men are women are equal in terms of doing jobs, giving security...
its kinda pathetic that people still think like that
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and why the face, I see no innuendo....
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No, but children do not always need a father figure. It helps if they have some sort of male figure to look up to- male teacher, etc. And of course a father would be beneficial in general, but it's not 100% necessary to have in order for a child to live a happy, fulfilling life.
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trans man?
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father figure and mother figure is just manmade, you can can fill in this father figure thing by doing what fathers do - play sports etc
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(Original post by ForestShadow)
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father-a manin relation to his child or children.
I disagree. I think women can fulfil androgynous sex role.
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Damn now my post just looks stupid and shallow instead of being a rep farm and why the face, I see no innuendo....
your posts never looks stupid :nah:
i always wait to see tons of memes from you :giggle:
that face is my reaction to the OP
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I disagree. I think women can fulfil androgynous sex role.
yep I was stupid and shallow refer to my tag:facepalm:
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Of course they can! I know someone who doesn't have a Father, and their Mother works and shizz and does everything! She's like Mum and Dad at the same time!
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yep I was stupid and shallow refer to my tag:facepalm:
Aw, glad you know
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(Original post by fatima1998)
your posts never looks stupid :nah:
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i always wait to see tons of memes from you :giggle:
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(Original post by fatima1998)
that face is my reaction to the OP
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(Original post by ForestShadow)
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don't blush... or maybe do blush :blush:
haven't you have seen his other posts???
they all kinda similar... and he didn't put a question mark or something saying agree or disagree! :dontknow:
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and what are these 'role[s] of a man' you speak of that woman cannot fulfil?
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and what are these 'role[s] of a man' you speak of that woman cannot fulfil?

Being a father figure, a woman cannot guide a boy in how to become a man.
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Being a father figure, a woman cannot guide a boy in how to become a man.
1. What does 'becoming a man' entail?
2. Why can't women 'guide' their (male) children to that end?
3. Why is this intrinsically a bad thing?
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1. What does 'becoming a man' entail?
2. Why can't women 'guide' their (male) children to that end?
3. Why is this intrinsically a bad thing?

1.Its a mentality,a lifestyle a culture
A mother cannot relate or understand.

2.Because a woman has no experience as she cannot relate to the struggles of a teenage boy.

3.Those men do tend to adopt irrational way of thinking.

You cannot argue against nature
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(Original post by Blue_Mason)
1.Its a mentality,a lifestyle a culture
A mother cannot relate or understand.

2.Because a woman has no experience as she cannot relate to the struggles of a teenage boy.

3.Those men do tend to adopt irrational way of thinking.
1. Circular.

2. 'the struggles of a teenage boy' - is he fighting in Syria, or something?

3. Source?
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