Comments to article «15 Examples of Double Standards We’re All Fed Up With»

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well, that's really an eye opener!
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I didn't really get the last one
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It's sad to see most of these differences between men and women, I hope we can improve this even more in the future
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number 9... it should be seen as something good if you talk to your obese friend because you show that you actually care for them.. listen, we all have to take care of ourselves...
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Yeah, obesity should NOT be normalised. Its the biggest killer in health issues currently.
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A double standard I'm really tired of is before a kid is ten adults tell them they're "Adorable" and if the do something bad, or knock something over the adults say they're just "Rabunctious" or "still growing" and that it was an "accident" while if it happens after they're ten adults tell them that they're a "surly teenager" and that they "don't care if they break something or do something bad". We need to be able to see that many times a teenager just knocks over a vase by accident, and that the 5 year old who knocked it over and ran away should be punished, and told that they wouldn't get in trouble if they stayed and owned up to breaking the vase.
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Another double standard-
It's no problem or even a thing of pride for men to have hair on their limbs. If anyone sees a woman over 17 or 18 who doesn't have her hands and legs shaven, it is immediately a subject of insult! Hair on the body is as natural to women as it is to men. Then why is it a subject of pride for men and one for shame to women?
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Exactly.
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If woman should shave then men should shave too, but I never saw even 1 men who have shaved. Also, my mom is lucky to have met my father she didnt really shaved her legs or her armpits, but my father still love her, and didnt insult her because she didnt shave.
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