« Last post by Shibboleth on Today at 06:56:05 PM »
Yah, I would say this is right up there with the Polio Vaccine.
I feel your pain, ghendofni, same situation here . However, never had a problem with iTunes. I don't feel like it tells me how to run my own computer.
I dont think so. Do you need to ban fit men aswell? I cant see it being very useful otherwise but then I guess it becomes a weird sort of gym. Especially if you meet your goals early and get kicked out!(I know you didnt suggest that at all. I was just rambling.)I think the "lack of a need" of safe spaces for men is assumed as a default. I don't think it represents reality.
I think it would provide a place for men to work out who currently avoid gyms for a multitude of reasons that would be addressed by a "Curves for Men." Do you think there would there be any detriment to anybody if a "Curves for Men" existed?
I know it is a minority view. I'm asking for the reason it's a minority view, when her premises seem much more widely accepted among feminists, and the conclusion seems to logically follow from those premises. Is it the degree to which those premises are actually accepted? Or an error in logic? I know what arguments I would make but I don't know what arguments an activist feminist would make.
We're also waiting for
AQB,HIP, NIX, SIM, SLI, TEQ and ZAR.