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Old 05-19-2008, 09:28 AM
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I guess I started an argument lol ( I Like it) Well anyways. As a women of the 21 st century, and married a man who wanted a strong women , who would not always bend to his will, something that he was used to, with all the others he had dated. Coming from diffrent cultures maybe the key for us. We are diffrent but one in the same. I hatted to date my own culture cause men have too much machizmo. I had some issues with inlaws cause I don't do as they do, I guess they forget diffrent culture even id both of us are latinos.
Latinas are traditionally (in alot of latin clutures) a stronger breed of woman. But there are as many types of cultural Latino/Latina diffrences, depending upon where on the globe, as there are hairs on a head.
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Latinas are traditionally (in alot of latin clutures) a stronger breed of woman. But there are as many types of cultural Latino/Latina diffrences, depending upon where on the globe, as there are hairs on a head.
Yes thats what I am saying
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I'm not sure anyone can Handel a strong women. Maybe they can handle one....

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Unless they know how to Bachs?

I love how I ALWAYS get called a "dyke" or "dyke b*tch" whenever I flex a little muscle or raise my voice. Not that the label bothers me, but why do poeple assume that only lesbians can stand up for themselves????
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Latinas are traditionally (in alot of latin clutures) a stronger breed of woman. But there are as many types of cultural Latino/Latina diffrences, depending upon where on the globe, as there are hairs on a head.
I've often wondered why white women take wayyyyyy more nonsense from their men than their Latina or African-American sisters. After working in a shopping mall for 10 years, I know it's not just a few isolated incidents! Where a white chick would just meekly say, "Yes, dear" and follow along, the Latinas and A-A ladies would smack a fool back down. Hmmmm.
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Unless they know how to Bachs?

I love how I ALWAYS get called a "dyke" or "dyke b*tch" whenever I flex a little muscle or raise my voice. Not that the label bothers me, but why do poeple assume that only lesbians can stand up for themselves????
I have not been called that, could be do to I am 5'2, but stronger than I look tho, can scare them A bit of times lol

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Yeah, but still, you think they'd come up with something else to say in 2008.
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I've often wondered why white women take wayyyyyy more nonsense from their men than their Latina or African-American sisters. After working in a shopping mall for 10 years, I know it's not just a few isolated incidents! Where a white chick would just meekly say, "Yes, dear" and follow along, the Latinas and A-A ladies would smack a fool back down. Hmmmm.
Good question jer! I think it's the culture that taught, until recently that men were the "know all, be all" in their lives.

This is from an article about post WWII women..

Housekeeping and raising a family were considered ideal female roles during the 1950s, although that standard was less rigid than in previous decades. With marriage and birthrates booming, women were becoming wives and mothers at unprecedented levels. But more women were entering the work-place as well. During World War II women by the millions took factory jobs to make up for the domestic manpower shortage. After the war the number of working women dropped, but by 1950 it was climbing again, at the rate of a million a year. By 1956, 35 percent of all adult women were members of the labor force, and nearly a quarter of all married women were working. As A. W. Zelomek, president of the International Statistical Bureau, reported in A Changing America (1959), two out of five women with husbands and school-age children worked outside the home.

Allways suprised me that the women went so easily back into a "homemaker" role.

But my own mother was taught how to make a life for a man, and to serve a man. So silly, and antiquated.

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http://www.enotes.com/1950-lifestyle...s/womens-roles
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I have to been called that, could be do to I am 5'2, but stronger than I look tho, can scare them A bit of times lol
Becasue at 5'2" you can take our a 6'4" person with one punch to his crotch!
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Unless they know how to Bachs?

I love how I ALWAYS get called a "dyke" or "dyke b*tch" whenever I flex a little muscle or raise my voice. Not that the label bothers me, but why do poeple assume that only lesbians can stand up for themselves????
So standing up for yourself make you a Dyke in some people's books???

I'll have to let my wife know....ROFL!!!
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