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Published: Friday, June 27 2014 9:55 p.m. MDT

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liberty or ...?
Ogden, UT

I wonder if they would alternatley say it is demeaning to men to always have to approach woman with the following title caveats such as Honey, Dear, Miss, Mam and wonder if that isn't another form of demeaning sexism of shoving so called males into subserviance. When are we going to get over this garbage of having to feel that woman and men have to have the guns of venus and mars always pointed at each others heads? Last I looked they were to distinctly different planets with both there pros and cons same with Men and Women. It is high time they remembered their different roles, strengths and talents. First off the best business manager I ever worked under was a woman.Second I would freely admit my wife would be a better provider than me but she also has told me the job she is doing now she is far better at than me and that is being a mother she also is quick to point out that I deal with daily pressures better and have a cooler head than her which is why she admits that I do a better job of being a father.

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