Category Archives: gender roles

IT’S TOUGH TO BE A BOY

  Pimple-faced, lanky,  awkward, nearly mute around a girl, this fourteen year old male adores the fourteen year old girl next door.  She is taller than he is; she has more friends, she is built…  Well, she is built well.  … Continue reading

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YOU THINK GOD NEGLECTS WOMEN?

I had a little quibble with myself yesterday when I posted   “Marvel of Man’s Achievement,” including the phrases “man-handled” and “achievements which can be made by man.”  I started to clean up the gender issue with more PC words, … Continue reading

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A MARVEL OF MAN’S ACHIEVEMENT

“Honey, did you remember to set the security?”     “Yes, I set it,”  Hubby replies. “How about the alarm clock?”       “It’s set.” “Have you set your heart beat to last through our sleeping time?  Maybe you … Continue reading

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PETE AND AMY STORY #3

I promised someone another story set in the pre-World War II days, so here goes.  Got your rear view glasses on.  Look in my memory bank. Pete—burning tumble weeds out of fence rows, being careful not to burn the posts. … Continue reading

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