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Date Posted: 21:21:56 12/27/13 Fri
Author: Dennis (happy)
Subject: Re: Gender Role Reversal and me
In reply to: jjoanie 's message, "Re: Gender Role Reversal and me" on 15:17:10 12/27/13 Fri

>>The forcing or pushing of Gender role reversal on
>>those who chose not to practice it is wrong, the way
>>to promote gender role reversal is by example this is
>>how the things catch on take long hair on boys and
>>men. The Beatles started it and little by little the
>>length of hair increased even to the dislikes of the
>>main line churches. Now I for one would not marry a
>>girl that wanted me to wear female clothing not only
>>at home but, out in public. There are enough boys and
>>men out there that would jump at the chance even girls
>>and women so there is no need to force it or push it
>>on the general public. My second point is not all the
>>De Male society points of view are in line with gender
>>role reversal like forcing young boys into girl hood
>>just because they are male-wrong. Role reversal is
>>taking the life style of the female and living by
>>their standards not having a full sex change, that is
>>an individual decision and should be enter in with
>>great thought and concealing. I feel these are just
>>some common since rules to help other understand and
>>enjoy Gender Role reversal.
>Unfortunately society moves towards things that are
>good for it only when it is forced to. In my personal
>opinion and after seeing the capability of men who
>womanize. I think it's due that boys are forced to
>emulate females for a time in their lives. It might do
>them a world of good. I mean we force children to eat
>their veggies and do their home work. Might be a good
>lesson in equal treatment.
>the only foundation to your argument against the
>willful force of feminine treatment is that is seen as
>harmful, because being feminine is seen as being less
>then being masculine. If we stop this assumption that
>being feminine is in some way under valued and less
>then a man, the humiliating, harming and abuse of boys
>that are effeminate might finally end.

I can agree with you on maybe forcing a young man to dress as a girl to give him an idea what his sister or other girls go through when wearing a dress or skirt. Not so much today women and girls dress more like men and boys I would say 80% of the time. Back as little as the 70s and 80s and still the 50s. As dresses and skirts disappear from the female wardrobe the morals of this county has disappeared. Now I will go as far as saying most boys would like wearing a dress or skirt where the fear comes in is how the other males will react and usually with valance and cruel mocking by both genders. And without this valance and the mocking I believe most boys and men would willingly wear dresses and skirts. I do like you points of view.

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