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91. Posted by Buttfish (Respected Member 298 posts) 8y

Quoting wotthefiqh

Take a young man for lunch

i'd do it :)

92. Posted by kombizz (Full Member 1416 posts) 8y

Quoting Latarina

Quoting wotthefiqh

Take a young man for lunch

i'd do it :)

Of course you do.
same as me that love to take a young lady.

93. Posted by kombizz (Full Member 1416 posts) 8y

I received another response from Moliviatis in another forum to the same question.
He wrote:

i've never understood this either. and it's getting more confusing for males in america and other western nations since some feminist women (not all, i know some cool, down-to-earth feminists) are offended when males try to do anything for them like holding the door open or paying for a meal. i do these sort of things for friends because it's polite so of course i would do it for a date, and it confuses me when people get offended by that sort of thing. i guess they figure that you're trying to imply that they're helpless and can't do it themselves when that's really not the intention.

but it shouldn't be the obligation of the male to pay for a meal. traditionally, there is a basis for it as men used to be the ones who worked and brought home money, they were the "bread-winners". but times have changed and women are also in the workforce and can actually afford to pay for (or split) the bill. i've been on dates where i've payed, dates where she's payed, and dates where we split the bill and i much prefer the latter because i feel bad making her pay for my meal, but i can't always reasonably afford to pay for two people.

i'm all for doing away with the "obligations" associated with either gender.

94. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 8y

Quoting kombizz

i've never understood this either. and it's getting more confusing for males in america and other western nations since some feminist women (not all, i know some cool, down-to-earth feminists) are offended when males try to do anything for them like holding the door open or paying for a meal.

Please note that the definition of feminist is: "a person who believes that women and men should have the same rights."

So none of these bra-burning, hair-growing, male-bashing, non-washing, angry woman stereotypes, please.

95. Posted by kombizz (Full Member 1416 posts) 8y

Quoting tway

Quoting kombizz

i've never understood this either. and it's getting more confusing for males in america and other western nations since some feminist women (not all, i know some cool, down-to-earth feminists) are offended when males try to do anything for them like holding the door open or paying for a meal.

Please note that the definition of feminist is: "a person who believes that women and men should have the same rights."

So none of these bra-burning, hair-growing, male-bashing, non-washing, angry woman stereotypes, please.

Unfortunately the reality is something else which is contrary to your statement.

96. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 8y

Quoting kombizz

Quoting tway

Quoting kombizz

i've never understood this either. and it's getting more confusing for males in america and other western nations since some feminist women (not all, i know some cool, down-to-earth feminists) are offended when males try to do anything for them like holding the door open or paying for a meal.

Please note that the definition of feminist is: "a person who believes that women and men should have the same rights."

So none of these bra-burning, hair-growing, male-bashing, non-washing, angry woman stereotypes, please.

Unfortunately the reality is something else which is contrary to your statement.

That is not reality. That is perception.

Or rather misperception.

97. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 8y

Quoting kombizz

I received another response from Moliviatis in another forum to the same question.

Who the hell is Moliviatis and why should we care about his opinions?

Invite him to join TP if he wants to participate and voice views. Otherwise, his opinions aren't really relevant here.

98. Posted by beerman (Respected Member 1631 posts) 8y

Quoting kombizz

Quoting tway

Quoting kombizz

i've never understood this either. and it's getting more confusing for males in america and other western nations since some feminist women (not all, i know some cool, down-to-earth feminists) are offended when males try to do anything for them like holding the door open or paying for a meal.

Please note that the definition of feminist is: "a person who believes that women and men should have the same rights."

So none of these bra-burning, hair-growing, male-bashing, non-washing, angry woman stereotypes, please.

Unfortunately the reality is something else which is contrary to your statement.

And what sort of "reality" are you living in Kombizz? Do you really have any concepts about women that aren't biased by your religion?

99. Posted by kombizz (Full Member 1416 posts) 8y

Quoting Isadora

Quoting kombizz

I received another response from Moliviatis in another forum to the same question.

Who the hell is Moliviatis and why should we care about his opinions?

Invite him to join TP if he wants to participate and voice views. Otherwise, his opinions aren't really relevant here.

Moliviatis is a nice person like you.
He is little bit shy and he needs time to come out to speak to you specially.
He told me he would love to join TP only if few people leave the group.
Please do not ask me who, because I can't tell you.

100. Posted by kombizz (Full Member 1416 posts) 8y

Quoting beerman

Quoting kombizz

Quoting tway

Quoting kombizz

i've never understood this either. and it's getting more confusing for males in america and other western nations since some feminist women (not all, i know some cool, down-to-earth feminists) are offended when males try to do anything for them like holding the door open or paying for a meal.

Please note that the definition of feminist is: "a person who believes that women and men should have the same rights."

So none of these bra-burning, hair-growing, male-bashing, non-washing, angry woman stereotypes, please.

Unfortunately the reality is something else which is contrary to your statement.

And what sort of "reality" are you living in Kombizz? Do you really have any concepts about women that aren't biased by your religion?

not sure if you feel the pain of 33 days or NOT!

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