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Re: Is Sailing Sexist?

Originally Posted by Sal Paradise View Post
Living in rougher country, such as remote Alaska, usually flattens the differences between people. When it is -50F and your heater just went out, you don't really care who comes to your wife is 6' tall, ex raft guide, and is physically in better shape than most men. I wouldn't try and takeover a task from her either. -AlaskaMC

Sorry, but that just doesn't help the rest of us who aren't married to Deep Woods Barbie.
I am a very lucky man, I won't argue with that

But Deep Woods Barbie, while very funny, isn't that kinda sexist too? This stuff is just confusing. I think I am going to go sailing, see if my wife will run the tiller while I grind. Does that make me less manly?
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