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12-26-2011 @ 11:12AM
"No offence to the ladies out there, but, imo, women are better at supportive roles and males are (sometimes) better at leading the troops and charging to victory.""Haha. It wasn't at all meant offensive, just my OWN observations, NOT meant generally."Since you've apparently forgotten, these are 2 of the statements you've made above. If you'll notice, they aren't consistent. You can't say you didn't mean to be offensive or that you didn't mean your statements to be general when that first statement is most definitely both offensive and general. "woman are better at supportive roles" is just the type of statement that has been used for generations to keep women at home tending the kitchen and the children. Which is fine if that is what they choose to do, but there are plenty of women out there who would like to "lead the troops and charge to victory". Guess what? I'm a woman. I served 4 years in the United States Army. Then I worked in a library for years. Now I stay at home with my 3 year old daughter. At night, I'm a raid leader and main tank for my 10man raid team. I have 3 tanks (pally, DK and druid) and I've been leveling a warrior when I'm in the mood. Not all women fit your preconceived notions. And most likely, if you're typing this stuff while breaking from studying, you're too young to be making these kind of general statements anyway. Get out into the world a little before you create such narrow opinions of women and people in general.
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