JGP Posted February 17, 2009 Share Posted February 17, 2009 [i]Continued, cause it's starting to get interesting[/i]: Kalbear: I think you read a very different version of the Bible than I did. But please, tell the Afghani women whether they're subjected to hate or not. Kal, you're an impressive mind. I've always thought so and I really mean that. Most women wouldn't begrudge a male champion, and you've been one for as long as I've known you. But get off your fucking horse. I said women as a whole, which means in general, [i]i.e.[/i] specific to no particular culture or creed. Knock it off with the kneejerk cheap shots like telling people I think sexism is ok. I donâ€™t, and Iâ€™m not. Kalbear: Because one is objective, one is subjectiveâ€¦ <snip> That means nothing to me, Kal, and it isn't an answer. On one hand we have a [fictional] historical society in which women are objectively inferior to men, in which God and sin are real. How is this society different from the society that [i]believed[/i] women were inferior, that God and sin were real [after all, they couldn't, at the time, have empirically proven anything] I would like to now what the actual categorical differences would be. I don't think its cut and dry, especially if you attempt to eschew the modern skew. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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