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Re: Is Sailing Sexist?

Originally Posted by MrPelicano View Post
And what would that "evidence above" consist of, pray tell? Don't quite know what you mean by "cornered the market" but I believe most folks would agree that men dominate that market, and this manifests itself in many, many ways. Too many, in fact, to itemize in this post.

By the way, it's "Mr" Pelicano.
"Pray Tell", very Connecticut.

I have to retract my comment, as I looked above and must recall comments made in another thread. There are a couple going right now. Many women are not shy about posting critical comments about men. Although, it usually a seagull attack. They swoop in, crap all over the place, then fly away never to be seen again. In fact, I bet I could find more male bashing in "her-sailnet" than I would female bashing in all the other forums combined. If there was a "his-sailnet" we would probably catch up.

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