Campaigner wrote:Funny how some people react and have to reply whenever somebody believes in traditional things....I too see muscles as manly and don't want women to have that.
And what does sixpack mean here? Means six beers for me :p
And why are you calling it tits all the time? We can say breats or hooters instead.
Probably addressed to me.
T*ts is basically a quote here, very "fitting" in the adolescent context of what started here. And "breats" is new for me, but let's not interpret too much into that typo now.
Funny how narrow-mindedness is always tried to be sold as "traditionalism". In this case it would mean that "traditional views" would encourage women to keep to a certain role-model: soft, weak, cuddly, probably in the guise of " good looks" ("muscles make ugly" or some other bull). It's been (and still is) one of the corner stones of oppression, and it's the uncritical repetition of "tradition" and their empty slogans that is slowing the process of reaching social equality between the sexes.
So, I see people that see muscles as manly and don't want women to have that as ignorant and immature.