Hidden women

From: daniella (daniella@netvision.net.il)
Date: Tue Apr 17 2001 - 21:34:44 BST

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    "Certainly, the bias against self assertion, and aversion to conflict,
    in sport or argument, is cultural.

    Or could it be physical? We happen to have weaker voices, and
    therefore in a competition for "self assertion" we are likely to
    loose. We also are
    usually not as strong so sports and physical conflict are out too.
    When it comes to argument - we usually gain the upper hand - don't all
    cliché's say so? We must trust those memes;-)
    Question - memetic or genetic, or do memes accept the ruling of

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