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In a message dated 4/17/01 12:49:06 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
> Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2001 21:44:16 +0300
> From: daniella <email@example.com>
> Subject: Hidden women...
> Re memes and sexuality/gender Bias for Memes.
> kenneth wrote:
> Not many females take actually part in the discussions, and that is
> just a
> way in how you must see what JR means. Is memetics somehow male-
> gender related !?
> As a long-time lurker on this list - I should like to say the actual
> subject of memetics does and has interested me. The often aggressive
> sometimes pompous manner of disagreeing on this list - makes me
> refrain from participating. Could this be the reason others of my
> gender stay away too?
> We are, after all, a gentle gender;-)))
As another woman lurking here, I agree completely with Daniella!
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