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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Do you perceive that women are not expected to be responsible or competent?

    How so? (Aside from laying on your bed and fondling yourself all day?)
    Where I work, I'm expected to do twice as well at the job as any of my female colleagues, I'm expected to be a master of all of the trades that might come up at the job as well as I am expected to do them and it is far far far harder for me to get away with a saying "Sorry, didn't know that.", nor can I get away with being untactful. Yet on the other hand, my opinion is greatly valued while theirs is basically a "I'll think about that later and inform you".

    Although this is probably just strictly limited to the field I work in("Lab rat").


    Laying on your bed and fondling yourself all day is pretty much the only interest I'd have in them. Getting knockers out of nowhere would probably destabilize my motor functions too much for me to do anything dexterously for a few months.

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    Pissing while standing takes talent, whereas if I were a man I could be near braindead and still be capable of this without effort.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darjur View Post
    Where I work, I'm expected to do twice as well at the job as any of my female colleagues, I'm expected to be a master of all of the trades that might come up at the job as well as I am expected to do them and it is far far far harder for me to get away with a saying "Sorry, didn't know that.", nor can I get away with being untactful. Yet on the other hand, my opinion is greatly valued while theirs is basically a "I'll think about that later and inform you".

    Although this is probably just strictly limited to the field I work in("Lab rat").


    Laying on your bed and fondling yourself all day is pretty much the only interest I'd have in them. Getting knockers out of nowhere would probably destabilize my motor functions too much for me to do anything dexterously for a few months.
    Jeez, that's so unfair. My heart goes out to you.
    I'm fondling mine right now, if it helps.

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    Shoes that fit and are comfortable. Most women's shoes assume that your feet are narrow and dainty. :steam: I buy men's shoes when I can but the small sizes are rarely available.

    I'd like to feel safe walking around at night by myself.

    I think those are the only two things that annoy me about being female. I don't have any problems being taken seriously at work or anywhere else (and on the rare occasion that I'm not, the death stare and/or refusing to accept it works quite nicely).
    ...so much smoke pouring out of each chromosome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluebell View Post
    Shoes that fit and are comfortable. Most women's shoes assume that your feet are narrow and dainty. :steam:

    I'd like to feel safe walking around at night by myself.
    I agree with both of those.

    It sucks if you're not a 'normal size' as far as standard clothes go, and it sucks to have to look over your shoulder when you're alone in the city.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    I'm fondling mine right now, if it helps.
    Its helping me immensely, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluebell View Post
    I'd like to feel safe walking around at night by myself.
    I think you just made the high score. Cant be much worse than that. I know I'd be horrified to walk somewhere dark where everyone is bigger and stronger and might rape me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nolla View Post
    I think you just made the high score. Cant be much worse than that. I know I'd be horrified to walk somewhere dark where everyone is bigger and stronger and might rape me.
    Bleh! What are you on?
    I feel fine walking alone at night. Love to, actually. Young men are more likely to be the victims of violent crime where I live, or most places prolly

    One annoying thing is that there are always miles of queues outside of women's toilets. Sometimes I use men's. Most things can be worked around!

    I wouldn't want to be a man. Being a woman is phen-o-men-al!
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    Gosh, the world looks so small from up here on my high horse of menstruation.

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    It sucks being attracted to females, why must I be cursed!?!?!?
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    I'm thinking being asexual would benefit me the most. The rest always has some stress inducing problem no matter what side of the fence you're on.
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