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Subj: Re: What do you all think of the new Gillette commercial?
Posted: Wed Jan 23, 2019 at 06:16:09 pm EST (Viewed 225 times)
Reply Subj: Re: What do you all think of the new Gillette commercial?
Posted: Wed Jan 23, 2019 at 05:25:46 pm EST (Viewed 229 times)

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    I am still a little confused about your initial post. The second and third parts seem pretty snark with the gathering comments and pushing women down. I assume it is meant sarcastic.


    It is not hard to ask somebody out. Unless one does it in a very awkward way. It is a complicated social situation though and it depends on the two people in the proposition in the first place. Generally, if you have something of a friendship or at least know each other, somebody will probably go on a date with you more times than not.

    Not always but much of the time. Does not promise a second date or anything more than that though.

It was bad typos and a mangled message not snark.

I was simply stating that there are adds like this...and then there are a lot of women complaining there are no real damn men anymore.

There are many mixed messages out there for young men. And yes a lot of it is common sense...or it SHOULD be. But in todays world (use the example above post of the teenagers) where people are crucified for an initial perception...or even just a gut can be a mine field too.

I have not heard a woman say that. I am sure there are women who do, I just have never heard that before. I have heard women complain about many things they look for in a partner. Like a guy expecting her to wait on him and not willing to commit and various other things not being manly was not a reason that I have heard.

What is masculine is as mutable as what is feminine in my view. It changes over time.

I mean I think it is common sense that guys should not just cat call at girls, or that do not do anything with somebody that is not interested. I just do not think it is offensive in the least to make a message like this. It is manly to teach kids to respect women, each other and the world around you. Does not mean you have to like everybody.

That should not be masculine or feminine. Should just be the way it is when raising children.

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