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On 17 Apr 2001, at 19:36, Wade T.Smith wrote:
> Hi daniella -
> >We happen to have weaker voices, and
> >therefore in a competition for "self assertion" we are likely to
> But, they are shriller voices, you see, so it is very hard indeed to
> actually _listen_ to them for any protracted spell of time.
> (Unless they are not, you understand, and it is all we can do to tear
> ourselves away....)
> It ain't wise to move the sexes away in societal or cultural ways, the
> red tent notwithstanding. Beyond biological roles (still not totally
> grasped, and always, until perhaps recently or perhaps some uncertain
> tomorrow, societally constrained), aggressive capacities could easily
> be similar- women prisoners are a high growth segment in US correction
> facilities- and the pressures of poverty and access are both being
> equalized across communities and businesses and politics.
> I once read an interesting monograph about the evolution of human
> forms, and how, in the female, with her reduction of the suborbital
> ridge of the skull, appears to be more advanced (for lack of another
> term) in development. Ever since that time, I've always peered with
> some alarming intensity upon the brow of a woman at first meeting,
> with somewhat an equal degree of uneasiness about her apprehension of
> my own rather lumpy brows....
I tend to peer intensely about a foot and a quarter lower.
> - Wade
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