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Norvell

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Upper_Krust

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Subj: Re: At this point Jane-Thor is a spiteful villain, this issue reinforces it...
Posted: Wed Dec 20, 2017 at 09:08:49 pm EST (Viewed 154 times)
Reply Subj: At this point Jane-Thor is a spiteful villain, this issue reinforces it...
Posted: Wed Dec 20, 2017 at 07:51:44 pm EST (Viewed 186 times)



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    Yes its a nice play on words but we know exactly why Aaron chose them so don't try to hide behind Hildegarde being 'boisterous' and 'outspoken'.


Again, what politics does 'anti-Patriarchy' represent? That you have a problem with this sentiment coming from a fictional character is really bizarre.


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    Thus its sexual politics.


Oh please.


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    I'll admit I'm blowing off some steam but that issue was ridiculous even for Aaron.


Fine. You're blowing off steam. I'll leave it at that.


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    That's how she is behaving:


It's a pretty ugly term, easily on par with certain racial slurs I'm not going to reference.


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    I can see why none of this would even register with you; but do you likewise see the flip-side and why this run has so many detractors?


I can see why a Roy Moore supporter would have a problem with this run for political reasons. But he lost in Alabama. It's not a mainstream opinion that resistance to a patriarchal society is somehow evil or wrong. Women should be in positions of power and leadership. Not surprising that this sentiment would come from a warrior-goddess. We're not dealing with damsels.

If that's not what you mean, then I'm misunderstanding.


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