[LMB] Gender equality and genetic predispositions, was School Is no Place for a Reader OT:
paal at filker.org
Tue Sep 3 00:39:44 BST 2013
Not everyone follows "stereotypical." Differences in OTHER areas, can be
MUCH more in effect than "gender."
E.g., the shortest Watusi woman is a LOT taller, than the tallest Pygmy
There are populations where no gender has facial hair, and populations where
both genders have facial hair.
Robert Parks' hair is WAY longer than mine ever has or can grow.
The owner/operator of the airport that the 1950s test pilots from Edwards
Air Force Base hung out at, was a woman... Pancho Barnes. Flying was her
passion... she was a civilian private commercial pilot--no place way back
then for female pilots in the military or airlines...
From: Heather Harper
Sent: Monday, September 02, 2013 10:24 AM
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Subject: Re: [LMB] Gender equality and genetic predispositions, was School
Is no Place for a Reader OT:
On Sep 2, 2013 8:06 AM, "Howard Brazee" <howard at brazee.net> wrote:
> On Sep 1, 2013, at 9:13 PM, Paula Lieberman <paal at filker.org> wrote:
> > Guess what, people treat babies differently based on whether they're
perceived as girls or as boys, so of COURSE they are going to respond
> Yes. But we have lots of examples of people trying very hard to not do
this - and being frustrated when stereotypical gender traits appear anyway.
Also, the original example was day- old infants. I don't imagine there is
much you can do differently at that stage.
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