Women have always been made of the sternest stuff. Just let any man try to push an 8 pound human out of his butt. Add to that all the crap that women have put up with for eternity simply from the pleasure of sharing our company. Woman rule, bud. Women rule.
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No one is making you re-label your own gender. Gender identity and how people identify doesn’t hurt anyone. And how people self-identify is none of your business. As if a woman has never said that about a fireman or a police officer, never mind the life-threatening situations they put themselves into, they don’t do if just for ladies to fawn over them and objectify them. Sword cuts both ways.
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You belong among the wildflowers. Dont tell me about men going into labor. I gave birth to a baby brontosaurus this morning, took three flushes and a poke with a stick to get the bugger sailing. Not sure women have ever been delicate flowers, have they? The nice little video, far more interesting than some children entering a room while their dad is doing an interview being played on BBC news four or five times an hour. It takes just a single person to change society. This women probably didn’t realize it at the time but she was changing the world around her just by doing what she loved. What an amazing person. So how come we don’t hear or read of people like this in school? Maybe those who design the course content – usually men, of course – don’t think it’s worth learning about. I learned something today anyway. Because learning about a woman punching is less likely to get you a job/career/ whatever than being able to read or add numbers together. Or because there’s a global conspiracy involving all men to oppress all women. You decide which is more likely. Sports are already a huge topic in middle / high school history classes, whether they help you get a job or not. It just happens that women are generally left out of what’s taught about it. This applies to most sub-topics of history. The only time we discussed women in our district was when we blanket blamed them for prohibition/blanket congratulated them on suffrage in US1H. And that’s with both female and male teachers.