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    Quote Originally Posted by andante View Post
    I've already broken down the logic. There is none that it stands on. That you continue to make irrational assertions without backing it up with anything worthwhile, is irrational.
    You've asserted that things are 'just so' like everyone else here is doing.

    I want rigorous equations if you're taking this route.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sprinkles View Post
    You've asserted that things are 'just so' like everyone else here is doing.

    I want rigorous equations if you're taking this route.
    Ugh, carry on with this bullshittery of a thread. Perfect for NFs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    Uhhh ok, I guess I just imagined all the talk about yin complementing yang and that both are needed for balance and the original proverb assigning different roles to men and women (yin and yang if you prefer).

    Alright, carry on then.
    Yeah. The thing is that these proverbs originated in a different time and different culture.

    Our 'roles' are much more constructed now, so they have a different context. There's a lot of flexibility and overlap and it really would be silly to say women must 'act like women' and men must 'act like men'.

    Yin and Yang are so broadly defined that they encompass pretty much everything that exists in the universe in some fashion. Everything from the seasons and the way the planets revolve, day and night, cold and hot, sky and earth - they encompass so much by intricate combinations and flows that it's really over simplified to go "herp derp male female"

    It really does address all these minute complexities that people are bringing up.

    Ironically though, people are being very Yang in this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sprinkles View Post
    Yeah. The thing is that these proverbs originated in a different time and different culture.

    Our 'roles' are much more constructed now, so they have a different context. There's a lot of flexibility and overlap and it really would be silly to say women must 'act like women' and men must 'act like men'.

    Yin and Yang are so broadly defined that they encompass pretty much everything that exists in the universe in some fashion. Everything from the seasons and the way the planets revolve, day and night, cold and hot, sky and earth - they encompass so much by intricate combinations and flows that it's really over simplified to go "herp derp male female"

    It really does address all these minute complexities that people are bringing up.

    Ironically though, people are being very Yang in this thread.
    Ironically, you don't fit the gender binary construct you're validating and enabling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andante View Post
    Ironically, you don't fit the gender binary construct you're validating and enabling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sprinkles View Post
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    Does it bother you that I'm far more masculine than you are?

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    Quote Originally Posted by andante View Post
    Does it bother you that I'm far more masculine than you are?
    I wasn't aware, actually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sprinkles View Post
    I wasn't aware, actually.
    Oblivious to logic? That's a fact!

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    Quote Originally Posted by andante View Post
    Oblivious to logic? That's a fact!
    Doesn't bother me. I'm actually having fun at this point. Keep posting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sprinkles View Post
    Doesn't bother me. I'm actually having fun at this point. Keep posting!
    So if you don't fit the gender construct, why are you validating the concept outlined in the WOT and the opening post?

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