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qwertyesque

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Posted: 11 March 2009 at 9:30am | IP Logged
Originally posted by return_to_hades

Can I be crude and progressive and say the most liberating has been the  V------.  Although some really old washing machines come close I hear.

The most uplifting will have to be the brassiere.

The most emancipating I would have to say is the nineteenth amendment (at least for the US)


 
but all said the pms pill takes the cake.. it liberates the man from the torment period of the month....nothing compares to that...LOL


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Posted: 11 March 2009 at 11:40am | IP Logged

Why washing machines? Arent Dhobis traditionally men? lol. Pill well doesnt it falter too? So good old abstinence wins! lol

On a serious note I think education & empowerment are the most imp things.

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Posted: 11 March 2009 at 8:20pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Gauri_3

Most liberating is good old faking headacheLOL still works every single time and has been working since agesLOL


But like every man woman and child is a master of fake headache.

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Posted: 12 March 2009 at 4:16am | IP Logged
Originally posted by realitybites

Why washing machines? Arent Dhobis traditionally men? lol. Pill well doesnt it falter too? So good old abstinence wins! lol

On a serious note I think education & empowerment are the most imp things.

Hey I thought the Vatican was talking about Women's lib  & sumhow  ithe discussion has moved more towards men's lib  LOL I must say they R smart ones to steer every situation to their benefit LOL
 
Yes RB I already agreed with the part in boldSmile

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Posted: 12 March 2009 at 4:28am | IP Logged
Originally posted by angie.4u

Originally posted by realitybites

Why washing machines? Arent Dhobis traditionally men? lol. Pill well doesnt it falter too? So good old abstinence wins! lol

On a serious note I think education & empowerment are the most imp things.

Hey I thought the Vatican was talking about Women's lib  & sumhow  ithe discussion has moved more towards men's lib  LOL I must say they R smart ones to steer every situation to their benefit LOL
 
Yes RB I already agreed with the part in boldSmile
LOLLOL men's lib? aab aur kitni udandta karenge!WinkLOL Vatican!! you are hilarious!!LOLLOL Yeap Men will be men back to square one! You know everything somehow is diverted to just one thing!ConfusedLOL
 
Thanks for agreeingTongue

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Washing Machine??? i thought the way women are/were repressed was much more than what a Washing Machine could do??
and pronouncing Washing Machine as the Liberating factor arent we confirming that women are/were there to Clean, Cook and well (pro)Create??Confused

i feel education has helped greater deal. In the sense that women themselves started taking themselves seriously... u know what i mean Tongue

and finally i recall one T Shirt quote "I think women who wants to be like men seriously lack ambition" LOL

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Posted: 13 March 2009 at 12:30am | IP Logged
Originally posted by realitybites

Originally posted by angie.4u

Originally posted by realitybites

Why washing machines? Arent Dhobis traditionally men? lol. Pill well doesnt it falter too? So good old abstinence wins! lol

On a serious note I think education & empowerment are the most imp things.

Hey I thought the Vatican was talking about Women's lib  & sumhow  ithe discussion has moved more towards men's lib  LOL I must say they R smart ones to steer every situation to their benefit LOL
 
Yes RB I already agreed with the part in boldSmile
LOLLOL men's lib? aab aur kitni udandta karenge!WinkLOL Vatican!! you are hilarious!!LOLLOL Yeap Men will be men back to square one! You know everything somehow is diverted to just one thing!ConfusedLOL
 
Thanks for agreeingTongue
Yes Vatican ! Its their silly idea about womens lib . I myself read it in the newspaper a few days back.  God help them LOL

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