31 Mar 07
That's not it. Men and women are made difference, they both have the upper hand on something. There's a book called "Why men never remember and women never forget", these two kinds of human are made for each other not to conquer one and another. My friend said that men think with their heart but act with their head, and women think with their head but act with their heart. See? What do you do if there's no women in the world?
9 Apr 07
I think that we shouldnt make our mind complicated by thinking who should have the upperhand. we are the same, we are all human beings. we are equal. so there shouldnt be the ons on the upperhand and the ones on the lowerhand. its the same.
31 Mar 07
Ya dude u r right ill full agree with u . A young man was having some money problems, and needed $200 to get his car fixed and road-worthy again. But had run out of people to borrow from. So, he calls his parents via the operator, and reverses the charge and says to his dad, "I need to borrow two hundred dollars." At the other end, his father says, "Sorry, I can't hear you, son, I think there may be a bad line." The boy shouts, "Two hundred. I need two hundred dollars!" "Sorry, I still can't hear you clearly," says his father. The operator cuts in, "Sorry to butt in, but I can hear him perfectly." The father says, "Oh, good. YOU send him the money!"
• United States
31 Mar 07
I don't believe that dominance should be dependent on gender. I don't think that either gender should be considered "dominant". I think that people are people. Some have different strngths than others. A man shouldn't feel like any less of a man if he feels that a woman is stronger or smarter than he is. Likewise, women shouldn't be made to feel as though they have to hide their strengths in order to be accepted as women. Everyone is different. In my experience, I have met men who are stronger than myself, and I have met men who are not nearly as strong as me. Should that make a difference? No. Should those men who are physically weaker than me feel inferior? No. I'm sure that they have other strengths that I do not. Bottom line? I think that women are simply fighting for equality. We don't want to be second class citizens. We want to be able to have the same opportunities as men do. I don't think the majority of women (even feminists like myself) are fighting for any kind of dominance. I just want to be able to earn the same wage for the same work. I just want to be able to receive the same education. I just want to be able to make my own decisions on what I can and should do with my life. I don't seek any kind of dominance over anyone.
31 Mar 07
I couldn't care less if the men retain their stature in this world as the more dominant ones. What counts will be that women are given equal opportunities as men so we can be productive, too, and do our share in shaping up the world more actively.