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Old March 13th, 2018, 07:06 AM   #181
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There is great difficulty for the law in dealing with stuff between two people. There was a lot to be said for our old 'ceffyl pren'. If a bloke were beating his wife or anything such, he was given a nice little ride round the village on the wooden horse just to concentrate his mind. As far as I know, it usually worked. That's the Ceffyl Pren, over on the left there.

That behavior requires social agreements and is effective in enforcing social agreements. Not such a bad idea.
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Old March 13th, 2018, 07:17 AM   #182
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Schools hold the responsibility of protecting students.

Schools are places of education and the most important place to begin resolving social problems. Unfortunately, our focus on education for technology has taken us far from the original purpose of public education and left moral training to the church. The result is having an amoral society that has forgotten what honor and virtues have to do with being a good citizen and our liberty, and we have growing social problems.

However, sexual violence is also a historic problem. Past civilizations were not that civil. Locking women up in their homes and under the authority of a father, brother or husband, did not lead to a reality women want. Barbaric women had more freedom but also a very harsh reality. I am not sure how effective social pressure can be to making women saver? Hopefully, the talking that is happening today and improved education will lead to a better reality.

Until our reality changes, females need to take responsibility for their own safety.
Yes, females have to take responsibility for their own safety and Thank God for the Second Amendment.
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Old March 13th, 2018, 07:30 AM   #183
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Yes, females have to take responsibility for their own safety and Thank God for the Second Amendment.
I think humans have a higher potential than make for their lack of fangs and claws by carrying guns.
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I think humans have a higher potential than make for their lack of fangs and claws by carrying guns.
Call 911 and it will take them 15 minutes to show up at best.
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Old March 13th, 2018, 09:00 AM   #185
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Call 911 and it will take them 15 minutes to show up at best.
Take a look at the society where violence is a problem and discuss the cause of the problem and possible solutions.

The Jr. high school I attended was in the news several years ago, because of the very large number of teachers suffering battle fatigue. Crime and violence in that neighborhood ran rapid. The first guy I consider marrying became a Hell's Angel as soon as he bought a motorcycle. I am not innocent. I am just mature and see the different social pressures and see how immature young people are, and why they are at greater risk. And I am opposed to arming teachers.

I think a discussion limited to gun control versus gun rights is horrifyingly ignorant for a species proud of its intelligence.

PS when I was in school the preferred weapon was a knife or a razor blade that could be hidden in our hair. I thought the school staff's efforts to control the situation contributed to the problem.

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Fuck you. you have no fucking clue.
Temper tantrum. Like I said, acting like a child, expecting to be treated like a child, yet wanting the privileges of an adult.

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Old March 13th, 2018, 11:29 AM   #187
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Another point I haven't mentioned here yet:

I do not think the Schools should be this involved in the students personal lives. Why not leave it to the legal system?
Look into title IX especially the changes to it during the Obama administration.


I posted an interview of a female professor on the subject and how it has dramatically changed our higher education system.
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This may unfortunately be the future

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Old March 13th, 2018, 01:29 PM   #189
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What would happen if a 5'8 150lb guy was getting mouthy to and ultimately physically hit a much larger, physically superior man, such as Brock Lesnar?
Why would i care? Seriously.
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Why would i care? Seriously.
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Okay--you said your primary interest is in achieving 'gender equality' with men; yes?
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