Is Chivalry archaic or do they still want a knight from time to time?
Equality? My wife insists that we are equal but I still hold the door, pull out the chair, and pick up the tab and I think she likes it.
Yes, we like chivalry... The thing is men and women are not the same... What women want, I think, is to matter the same, to have a say... Which I think is right, after all it is our life too. But despite that men and women are different, want and need different things and that is good too, because that makes up for something better, because men and women complete each other... So, yes, men should hold the door, etc, and I'm sure women will also keep doing things men appreciate...
by Jay Cameron17 months ago
Is chivalry truly dead, or is it still a factor when perusing the modern women?
by Grace Marguerite Williams5 years ago
Things Are The SameTo all feminists and neofeminists out there, the status of women have improved gradually over 4 decades since the advent of feminism in the late 1960s. Feminists such as Betty Friedan,...
by Rochelle Frank4 years ago
We see so much written today about "healthy foods" or a "healthy diet", has this become correct by usage?I always thought people, animals and even plants could be healthy (in a state of good health),...
by Genna East19 months ago
Are “Men from Mars and Women from Venus”?Although I don’t believe in stereotyping, I think John Gray’s book poses an interesting question. Is there anything you wish your opposite sex would better...
by AnonimusAdvice3 years ago
A follow up To my "SEXY is not the same thing as BEAUTIFUL" essay
by Charlu6 years ago
If men could ALSO have babies how different do you think the world would be as we know it today?Would the population have increased or decreased due to the decisions of who would have the child and why? Do you think men...
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