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I feel that each sex has its drawbacks. Men are expected to do or be able to do various things that, frankly, suck. Women have other expectations to live up to. Each sex also has physical issues to deal with: menstruation for women, risk of testicular harm for men. There are more examples of both social and physical drawbacks, but surely they're somewhat obvious.
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Well both genders have problems and diffuclites each in their own way...
If you can find the tone and (as a pair) you could know who has to to this without overload that person or create problems for eachother (so try solving the pain or diffuclties for both).

I would want to be a girl for a moment see or feel this cinds of pain to make a "value" out of them put aside mine (like some people like to do awfull things to just try to answer the value for both genders pain/happiness/confusion/mind**** etc)

But down to all, you can still see from either gender that some people are able to skip is this bad or good and just go along as they used too either if its menstruation, infections, damages and so on, still for some people can not feel the these things saying that menstruation hurts maybe so but not for everyone or it depends for others (talk about maybe and get an answer if its that bad?).
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Reflection > Let It Go
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I'm not quoting you to reply but quoting you because i know where your avatar is from because i've read it :'3


As far as women having it tougher. errr uhhhhh yes and no. Each gender has a list of things that's mad more difficult because of there willies and squishy bits. BUT one thing i'll always say that women have it easier than men is the ability to "acquire money" what do i mean? Well think about it and i'll keep this PG for the kitties but if a female is willing she go go on the internet and get this, simply let people look at her body for money O_O and i've seen and KNOW of women that make a living off of doing this. If the best looking man on earth did this he would only make half the money that a female would..... just sayin
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What... I love being a girl
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You never been sexually harassed by a girl, have't you ? Because I have and is a real pain to deal with.
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saksiss wrote:


Sir_jamesalot wrote:

To live is to suffer.


Holy shit, that's poetic as hell.


It's one of the central tenets to Buddhism I believe, "Life is suffering"

http://www.buddhanet.net/e-learning/buddhism/bs-s02.htm

I find this sort of stuff pointless.

I was elsewhere in the web and the topic of discussion was about what sort of things do people think about you based on other things about yourself.

There were comments like "well I wear glasses so everyone assumes I'm smart and it sucks!!!:" or "I'm a woman so people can't believe I'm a truck driver" or "i'm young so people think I don't know anything".

First of all, I hate this shit because it brings into your mind into a place that focuses on all the limitations others set for yourself, and second it brings you the fuck down. Then what happens is people start to believe those things so they start making excuses on why they can't be a truck driver, or why they is ok to act like a fuckwit. And then those limitations start to go from stupid shit other people say to self imposed limitations.

I say fuck the noise, overcome your struggles and prove what others thought was impossible is just a steaming pile of horseshit.

And I apologize if this sounds angry, it's just one of my pet peeves to dwell on what others say I can or can't do, or to set limitations on myself or others, or to make frivolous excuses.

What was the line from FMA?

Posted 3/31/15
Hopefully, if you're over the age of say 18, you've gotten over your period being so hard and learned to accept it.
Other than that, there's no reason why being a woman is a real pain.
It's really an advantage socially.
Also, we're hormonal, not "batty;" again, you learn to cope.
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MGTOW

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Whether women would want to deny this, being a girl would be a big pain.
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KarenAraragi wrote:

You never been sexually harassed by a girl, have't you ? Because I have and is a real pain to deal with.


Same.... and nobody takes it seriously.

In fact, nobody takes any sort of abuse or violence coming from women towards men seriously.

Not bitching. Just pissed about it.
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narutosonic330 wrote:

Whether women would want to deny this, being a girl would be a big pain.


As said by a seventeen year old boy... You can understand why people might not take your opinion on that seriously.
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The OP and several posts make it sound like my life is supposed to feel particularly difficult, or something. No, not really. I don't even deal with regular and/or painful periods.

As for facial-shaving; there are women who do it, and sometimes because of clearly prevalent facial hair growth. It's called hirsutism (aside from the ultra-rare hypertrichosis). I'm one of those women, though my case isn't extreme. Even so, I doubt that not having to deal with facial-shaving is a one-up, considering the common trends for women to shave/groom/wax armpits, arms, legs, and the nether-region. In particular reference to leg-shaving versus facial-shaving, I think they're pretty even in terms of being a pain, overall.

In regard to a specific post on page two; women's clothing aren't truly better than men's, particularly these days. Although women's clothing arguably triumphs in variance, quality is another story. For example; $9 men's pants out-perform women's jeans, yet at the fraction of the cost. When cheap men's jeans last longer than $24+ women's pants, something is wrong. I feel like I'm being ripped off. Also, I commonly wear men's shirts, pants, socks, and shoes. I can attest to people not giving me a second glance for cross-dressing. In fact, hardly anyone notices, and simply assume that I'm wearing women's clothing. That's largely due to how men's styles can be more accurately described as "unisex" in this day and age.

The one thing that really stands out in my mind, in regard to "men having it better," is skeletal health. Osteoporosis is more prevalent in women. Also, thanks to the shaping/positioning of our pelvis and leg bones, women's lower backs, knees, and ankles (also hips?) take on more impact damage. Throw in the aforementioned osteoporosis, and we have ourselves a continuous field day later, starting from around our late thirties.
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Frenzify wrote:


narutosonic330 wrote:

Whether women would want to deny this, being a girl would be a big pain.


As said by a seventeen year old boy... You can understand why people might not take your opinion on that seriously.


Idk if I want people to take it seriously. I have my own reasons for being a guy.. well not like I have a choice, but thank God.
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Posted 3/31/15
the irony because i got my monthly yesterday lol i get the severe type. i hate life during those times
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