Blatant sexism?

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  • #61
    J3ster thank you for starting it. It is an important one and something that actually affects us all at many different levels

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    • #62
      Tolkien wrote about Middle Earth as a way of overcoming the terrible things he saw in the war. Guess what the gender-ratio was among his comrades...
      Besides, I always felt the Tolkien characters were a bit larger than life, the wizards and Hobbits especially were pretty gender-neutral in their portrayal. Picture Merry and Pippin as young women and almost nothing would change. Female Gandalf would have a much less impressive beard but I think we can forgive that.

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      • #63
        Noen, nonono, Hobbit girls are pictured as sensible ladies (except Frodo's auntie, of course) - and those two are really goofy) they could only be males in their teens

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        • #64
          Idk LeicaEnergizer ...the Tookish "oddness" could make them readable as late teen early 20s girls imho. Some of the shit I got into in that age range was the sort of stupid that they are.

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          • #65

            In general, it doesn't matter to me the gender of the person on the paper, but at the same time I do love the baddass women work outs(looking forward to starting Athenas Playbook in the future!) I want to be strong and healthy not a skinny mini!
            But if I had to choose......My Heroine is Lara Croft from Tomb Raider ...HUGE fan I am sure there is something out there close, but if it had her name on it I would jump on it in a heartbeat lol.

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            • #66
              Trbrat75 You might wanna have a look at this: http://darebee.com/workouts/lara-croft-workout.html

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              • #67
                Originally posted by Rissa View Post
                Bestill my heart! How did I miss that?! ........perhaps a new program in the future then? wink wink, nudge nudge!

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