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  1. One of the problems that have been conflicting with me is whether or not I'm a little bit sexist, I've asked people before but I usually feel like I get biased responses or somewhat dishonest "Your not sexist" responses.


    First off, I have no problem with women having rights and jobs traditionally associated with men, I really dont care if a woman wants to become a mechanic or a doctor.

    Now that I got that out of the way, I have very old fashion views and in a family I see the man as the one who works and gets the money, and I see the woman as the one who does the cleaning and the cooking around the house and takes care of the children while the man is off at work. My reasoning to my views is because these gender rolls have been like this throughout history and I dont really understand why people consider such views sexist by them self.


    So do you think I'm sexist or not?

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    2. Cupboard

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      Toddle is a great word, very underused. A small child is a toddler but rarely does it toddle. And even less likely does an adult ever toddle.

    3. RUSH

      RUSH

      Megalyth said:

      We now return you to your regularly scheduled sexism.


      All good points you made, I see what you're saying now. I closed most of the info out of the quotation so it wouldn't take up tons of space. But I agree that in certain situations there isn't an issue with having a housewife. As long as both partners and the family setting is happy and functional, that's all that matters.

    4. dew

      dew

      TheCupboard said:

      Toddle is a great word, very underused.

      It's got a sort of woody quality about it. Toddle. Toddle.

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