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Old 02-25-2014, 09:47 PM
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Manly? I have to wonder if we are doing ourselves a favour or are doing ourselves an injustice when we use gendered words such as this....

You're right - I should have just said don't be "whipped"

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The inference is still there even after removing the reference to "pussy" - it's a distinction without a difference. I am intrigued how greater society associates "pussy whipped" and men as meaning needing support, help, or being in unison with their partner/spouse (obviously current partner/spouse)...

Why are men pegged as needing less support (includes physical, emotional, financial, etc. ) in a time of crisis than women? Why are these men pussies? What distinguishes "real men" from "pussy whipped men" or "whipped men"?

And why are women so threatened by the presence of another woman? Let's not debate all the "what if's" in this scenario. Because an individual who doesn't have a thought of their own doesn't have one whether someone else is present or not.

And why are we so quick to sh@t down a man's neck when he wants his partner/spouse by his side?
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