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Published: Tuesday, July 9 2013 12:00 a.m. MDT

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A popular phrase today is: "Women are...." followed by all the superlatives you have words for.

How about "Women are...." - depends on the woman or women you are talking about; the same with men. Men and women are what they make themselves.

Men shouldn't buy pornography and women wouldn't pose for it if men and women were all as they should be. Both do it for money, the love of which is the ROOT of all evil.

Men should treat women with respect and women should treat men with respect. Anyone else tired of the double standards?

I know plenty of men and boys who are far from being "rats and snails and puppy dogs' tails" and many women who are definitely NOT "sugar and spice and all things nice". Judge every one by the content of their character and not by the color of the skins
God gave them or the gender he made them.

the old switcharoo
mesa, AZ

Anyone that has had a teenage daughter knows that the fight is to keep girls from objectifying themselves.

Anyone that looks at a women's magazine read mainly by women knows men had nothing to do with the nude photos of pregnant women they love to put in there.

So, why do women keep objectifying themselves and blaming men for it?

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