Join Date: Aug 2008
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Some men provision, clean, run a galley, have long hair... I'd venture to say that there are even men who have feelings about homesickness, career, and other cruising issues. Other than some very specific hygene matters, men may actually have some useful input on certain "typically female" subjects. Conversely, I consider the experience and insight of professional female mariners on matters of navigation, boat handling, and other "typically male" stuff to be extremely helpful.
Perhaps this is a good time to clarify: Is this an open forum with an emphasis on matters more typically of concern to women, or is this the Girl's Clubhouse, no boys allowed? If the latter, I would propose establishing a similar Men's Lounge, which, of course, would throw the entire evolution of gender/racial/ethnic/religious/sexual preference tolerance back at least 50 years.
Are we there yet?
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