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Subject:Well, Dan Dieterich! From:"Vollbach, Elizabeth" <evollbach -at- LOGICON -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 9 Jun 1994 12:59:09 PST
My goodness, you sure don't speak for all of us! In this day of
glorification of sexual preference that is, shall we say, other than
the norm, there is certainly cause to be proud of ones
heterosexuality. And, since most of us agree, I think, that
minorities such as black people have a right to say they are proud of
being black, what's the problem with a white person saying he's proud
of being white? And while we females have become and are becoming
more assertive and while many females brag that they don't kowtow to
men, I can certainly understand why a man might feel that things are
going the other way, if you know what I mean, and feel a need to be
assertive. So he's proud to be male. So, why shouldn't he be?
My, my, Dan! I kind of got a kick out of Mike's post. Beth