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5-02-2009 @ 7:20PM
When Jay from Oregon said "this is not Feminism 101" I think he was explicitly referencing this:http://finallyfeminism101.wordpress.com/Point being, if you are genuinely interested in the question "why is this achievement considered sexist" you can find several answers just by having a basic understanding of gender issues.On the other hand, if by "explain to me why it's sexist" you really mean "it isn't sexist, I will never accept that it's sexist, and it's up to you to convince me otherwise" then there's no point in trying to explain anything to you.
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