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Old 08-09-2005, 04:44 PM   #46
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Re: Re: stereotypes, gender roles, and milwaukee's best

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it's funny how commercials like this almost legitimize guys being jerks to girls, and even portray them as being attractive to women, when in reality, this is totally NOT the case.


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But as I said early on in this thread, I personally quite like the sweet, sensitive men .
Yes, same here, definitely.

I completely understand you being somewhat offended by the stereotypical nonsense, Se7en. I'm big on individualism and seeing representations of 'the perfect male', 'the perfect female', 'the perfect mother', etc, irritates me no end. Personally, I find that the easiest way to fight that sort of garbage is to be oneself.

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if i interrupted my bf's poker game, and he was an asshole to me, rest assured that he wouldn't be poking anything when he got home. bet on THAT.
Couldn't agree more!
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