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Re: Is Sailing Sexist?

Originally Posted by Minnewaska View Post
I do not favor segregation in any form.
right; because when you exclude someone based on their gender you are being sexist regardless of whether that exclusion is men excluding women or women excluding men ( which, in our moderrn word is thought of as not only ok but as excelent. everyone is al for an all woman group or event but dead set against anything all male).

the same can be said of any form of descrimination. however, so-called "reverse" descrimination is usualy justified, if not outright applauded, in modern society. descrimination is descrimination.

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