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  • On Sat, 28 Mar 2015, 10:39am PDT in Silicon valley jury fails to beleive feminazi's sob story, justme said:

    turtledove says

    However, until women's traits are recognized as valuable in a leadership capacity, male traits will continue to be regarded as superior.

    As Patrick indicated, it is WOMEN who value those male traits as being necessary, and then at the same time they complain about them.

  • On Sat, 28 Mar 2015, 10:32am PDT in Silicon valley jury fails to beleive feminazi's sob story, justme said:

    turtledove says

    many men think that the only measure of successful leadership is based on the way that men have done it since the beginning of time.

    Men lead the way women want them to lead. If men lead the way women CLAIM they want men to lead, no woman would want those men as leaders. They might want them as profit-centers, but not as leaders.

    turtledove says

    Women will lead differently than men. We are, by nature, more collaborative.

    Really? Look at marriage. Marriage is the ultimate small business. These days, women think that marriage consist of "managing" their husbands and collecting the profits of his labor. (Actually, they probably always thought so, but they were much smarter about keeping quiet about it, and did more of their part to support their husbands.) Anyway, are the women "leaders" of marriage "more collaborative" than their husbands, on the average? i don't think so. I see a lot of passive/aggressive behavior later followed by aggressive/aggressive behavior whenever the first method does not garner the desired result. Does that make women better leaders than men? I think not.

  • On Mon, 23 Mar 2015, 1:37pm PDT in Man wins 39k over IVF baby deceit -- Lost and Confused, this is for you!, justme said:

    sbh says

    In advance of changing "in the best interest of the child" laws, perhaps it's time to bring back a mandatory dowry in the form of a bond purchased by the bride to indemnify the groom against fraudulent pregnancy,

    Not only that, but paternity law should be written explicitly to protect those defrauded, and not anyone else.

    ( guess I would also call it fraudulent paternity and not fraudulent pregnancy)

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