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Old 05-15-2013
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Re: Is Sailing Sexist?

i think that 2 males walking into a propeller shop in lost angeles would have difficulty in talking the price down to less than half retail while wearing bathing suits and gulping the beer of the workers and wandering around the area....we did...395usd down to 125usd....sexism????? mebbe....

male obstructing education of female learning or trying to learn navigation techniques--yes it happens,,i know that one well...lol

kids of both genders learning to sail with unbiased teacher---none there----

it all depends on what you are doing and where you are dong it and how and in what manner sexism is used--

can be fun to gain parts for much less......
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