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Re: David Miller: Coping With Powerful Women

confronted by david's views, you could either agree or disagree. but there was one, particular comment that he made in his epistle that i do have to take issue with. he made the comment that mens' names are in fact brands. um, er, what about women david?

apart from that i do wonder at these sorts of discussions, to be honest. why can't we just accept and celebrate the differences between the sexes? and also recognise that we are ALL individuals - strong or weak, aggressive or submissive, painfully direct or diplomatic.

i am intrigued that when a woman of some staunchness has reached a position of note or power it generates comment.

good grief - surely there are more critical issues confronting mankind (oops, i mean humanity!)?

adrian woodliffe


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