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« Palmer, Thornhill, and their critics | Main | The science of A Natural History of Rape »

May 26, 2007


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If it be all about power, then critics must demand / implement de-emphasis on power in society / culture. I see the feminists as demanding to share in "equally" ( asssuming a disproportionate distribution ) or to turn the tables completely - its their turn now. I do not see how things can change for the "better" ( as in lesser / low rape instances ) in either case, if the thesis of power be accepted.

On a personal note, I have yet to find a woman who is less "power-hungry" / "controlling" than a man. You just need to scratch beneath the surface to see ...

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