Chivalry: Is it sexism or romantic?
Is it really possible to be "special" and "equal" at the same time in non-romantic situations?
It's become a subject of debate in recent years, but I think chivalry is well-intentioned and respectful.
There's nothing sexist about it - it's polite. If he's faking it to get a woman into bed then she will probably see right through it, otherwise she's a dummy.
I think that chivalry is very romantic and very respectful. Frankly, I don't mind a man holding a door for me or allowing me to take the empty seat. I don't consider myself to be inferior when a man carries a heavy package for me. I appreciate and respect the man even more for his courtesy and good taste.
by Minta 2 years ago
So I work in a museum, and yesterday my position was to accompany people in the elevator from one floor to another and explain to them what their trajectory is.I spend a long time there and I observe how people act and react since I have nothing better to do. Since this is an elevator I here a lot...
by silverstararrow 6 years ago
In context of large scale progress and upliftment of women, chivalry has little or no role to play. Some say that it fizzled out with time. Is that really so? Or did chauvinism overtake it?
by ngureco 4 years ago
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