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read this ladies and gentlemen! ARE WE MAN ENOUGH????

to often especially in countries such as my own there is a dominant order where women are treated like rubbish. are we as men not mature enough to see them as our equals? sure you might say they are but do you really mean it? domestic disputes within households are growing and it is my personal veiw (which you may not share) that it is as a result of equality,as well as cultural rankings where males are superior. i love and respect my girlfriend, il always be there to protect her and il never harm her. i see her as my equal and i know because of that i am making a change from the norm... are you? if not i want to challange you to do so, make a difference within you own 'circle' before you go out there and try to make the huge difference that your all capable of!

just a thought, like it, dont like it, its child :)

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Comment by Brandon Spearman on March 4, 2010 at 9:36pm
Great message Shaun. More men need to think like this. The plight of women in Middle Eastern countries and other places where women are seen as beneath men is growing and they need our help.
Comment by Shaun Estment on March 4, 2010 at 9:54pm
thanks brandon.. yea i agree with you, the way i see it is that if people who call themselves men cant appreciate woman and themselves, should they really call themselves men? im sure you would agree with me that in the majority of survre cases where men do think they supperior they end up abusing their partners as soon as they are considered 'out of line'. this wh*** way of thinking has to change
Comment by Brandon Spearman on March 4, 2010 at 10:03pm
Definitely. Here is a link to an organization called "Global Fund for Women" that promotes economic security, health, education, and leadership for women around the world. (http://www.globalfundforwomen.org/cms/). Also here is another link to website with vast amounts of information on the fights for women's rights around the world if you'd like to look into this further. (http://www.globalissues.org/article/166/womens-rights)
Comment by Shaun Estment on March 4, 2010 at 10:27pm
thanks will def look into them further tommorow, its getting too late now haha... was thinking about maybe incorporating it with my evokation that we had been speaking about because i believe this mindset could be broken at a young age with the right morals being taught at school. but thats just a thought until i've looked into it further
Comment by Brandon Spearman on March 4, 2010 at 10:42pm
That sounds like a great idea Shaun! Curbing the issue before it begins.
Comment by John D. Boyden on April 24, 2010 at 5:18pm
+1 courage. Love the dress, btw! The mindset begins at home and while education and law can help, culture needs to be the focus for transition, IMO.


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