So, correct me if I'm wrong here:
The way men have historically been? Bad.
The way men should be? More like women have historically and naturally been.
So the message of the article is that when we ask the experts for guidance on some of the characters "they" would like us to incorporate, and that makes us a burden on them?
Makes me better appreciate the appeal of the LGBTQ community.
There is nothing... Nothing... That I would enjoy doing 996. NO THING.
For God's sake! Students are told to do a LOT of things! And hopefully none of those things are "parse every bit of advice someone has ever given you, and decide which ones could have been somewhat improved."
So many people wringing their hands over so little in our country today.
A movie is a movie. C'mon.
Some are better by virtue of big screens and fancy sound systems.
Others are as good or better in the comfort of your own home.
I'm less than certain that these questions have any validity in determining who will be a good citizen and who won't.
And if that's not the purpose of a citizenship test, it should be.
I wonder how many of us do some real quality thinking in the bathroom. Maybe some technology upgrades there!
People who can afford a $50k vacation every year are people who COULD be (or could have been) making a difference in the lives of good hard-working people who - in the current culture - struggle to pay rent and/or send their children to school.
One word - Greed - is the biggest problem facing America today.
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