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started by Katzwinkel on 10/26/09.

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Men's professional sports are more competitive, engaging, and profitable than the fairer sex's athletic pursuits.

by elwoodlaw (83.67) on 4/25/10.

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Somewhat essential to propagating the species. Often handy at lifting heavy objects or making loud noises. Heavily involved in creating and inventing most of humankind's useful and artistic accomplishments.

by spazol (74) on 11/12/09.

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Buscia misses the boat with his/her argument. Spazol did not say women have not contributed anything. Instead, (s)he stated a truism, men have been "heavily involved in creating and inventing most of humankind's useful and artistic accomplishments." MOST is the key word. It is distinguished from the word ALL. Throughout history, until relatively recently, men were the ones who provided MOST of the technological, artistic, and other noted accomplishments. Now, it should be noted, if it were not for men's piggish oppression of women for millennia, women would most likely have played a larger role in historic achievements. However, the fact that we still are celebrating "the first woman _________" to this day, leads me to say Spazol is sadly right. Though I am not sure that supports his argument in favor of men. Instead, it probably demonstrates how successful men have been at silencing, ignoring, and disempowering women.

by elwoodlaw (83.67) on 4/25/10.

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Ok, I agree I did misunderstand Spazol.

by Buscia (65.31) on 4/25/10.

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I take offense to the statement that men have created MOST of the useful and artistic accomplishments! Read your history women have contributed MANY useful and creative things. It was a woman that created the windshield wipers. Madame Currie made great strides in chemistry. Artist and craftful women created most of the quilt patterns known today. Look at the wonderful designs created in basket weaving by the Hopi Indian women. Look at the weaving done by Hmong women. What about Billie Holiday, Georgia O'Keeffe, Emily Dickinson, Cornelia Otis Skinner, etc., etc....

by Buscia (65.31) on 4/22/10.

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