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Man wings wife and in-laws after finding sex tape starring wife and bestie

Discussion in 'Sports and News' started by CD Boogie, Jan 4, 2019.

  1. HC

    HC Well-Known Member

    Discussing a topic is not the same as supporting it. Women's place in society has evolved quickly and they have seized the opportunities that have opened up for them. I think it's pretty obvious that both men and women often struggle with changing expectations and that this is happening amidst many seismic changes in employment opportunities and the 'global' economy.

    Discussing these changes and the varying abilities to adapt to them doesn't make one a misogynist.
  2. YankeeFan

    YankeeFan Well-Known Member

    I think you can argue that the "social ills" aren't so bad, or that the good outweighs the bad.
  3. TheSportsPredictor

    TheSportsPredictor Well-Known Member

    So it's good.
  4. Baron Scicluna

    Baron Scicluna Well-Known Member

    He should have dumped her right after the third panel. She obviously only likes him for his body.
  5. YankeeFan

    YankeeFan Well-Known Member

    Probably, like a lot of things, it's good for some, bad for others, right?

    For society at large? That's the question.

    Now is it ok to discuss?
  6. TheSportsPredictor

    TheSportsPredictor Well-Known Member

    It's not bad for society at large. Might be bad for insecure white men, but bot for society at large.
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  7. Azrael

    Azrael Well-Known Member

  8. Azrael

    Azrael Well-Known Member

    Last edited: Jan 7, 2019
  9. Azrael

    Azrael Well-Known Member

    A corollary to this "debate."

    The Ghost Statistic That Haunts Women’s Empowerment

    We need to support women and their families, and we also need interventions to transform the patriarchal relations between men and women that enable these statistics to be true. Beyond interpersonal relations, development policies need to address the underlying conditions that produce poverty and inequality. These include unfair global trade policies, insufficient labor and environmental regulations, and systems of corporate taxation that leave poor countries without the resources necessary to invest in agriculture, education, health, and infrastructure. These factors leave girls and women disproportionately responsible for the survival of their families and communities, while transferring the burden of responsibility away from the governments, corporations, and global governance institutions that are largely responsible for the conditions that produce poverty. Only when those root causes are addressed will we have gender justice.
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