OT: Where can I meet a female companion with similar interests and personality /in person/?
brolin at brolin.be
Thu Jan 14 22:15:16 CET 2010
Fabian Schölzel wrote:
> Hi rhn,
> i understand your point of view. Everybody should do as he wish. But i
> think if somebody wants to give that gift to everybody, he should be
> "allowed" to do so, while others are free to say "no thanks, i don't
> want to know". For my self, i think it is some kind of different to
> your way, but in the end, it comes out the same. The people that know
> me most, are the people i like most. That is so, because i spend more
> time with people i like, therefore i talk more with them than others.
> That is why they know more (or/and deeper). I would tell others the
> same stories and infos about me, in the same deepness - if they are
> interested. The topic and the deepness will change with the people and
> they're interests, of course.
> But then again, "teh interwebs" is different. One can be as verbose as
> he likes, and others can read what they like.
I agree with you, Fabian. However, I think you should use “he or she”
instead of using masculine pronouns as if they were sex/gender-neutral.
This subject is covered in Ellen Spertus’s 1991 paper titled “Why are
There so Few Female Computer Scientists?”:
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