ANST - Chivalry:modern definition

Pat St. Jean stjeanp at
Mon Aug 4 20:56:07 PDT 1997

On Mon, 4 Aug 1997 dentim at wrote:
>         Nancy Henley, in "Body Politics", describes "chivalry" as "an
> oppresive tool designed to make women feel incapable of dealing with the
> world without perpetual assistance"
> comments?

Please forgive/ignore me if the following offends you:

sounds like more PC, revisionist, man hating feminist crap to me, but then
again what do I know...

Felipe (whose lady certainly isn't oppressed, pampered is more like it...)

Pat St. Jean
stjeanp at     '97 XLH 883

"People who object to weapons aren't abolishing violence, they're begging for 
rule by brute force, where the biggest, strongest animals among men were 
always automatically 'right.'  Guns ended that, and social democracy is a 
hollow farce without an armed populace to make it work." 
                - L. Neil Smith, _The Probability Broach_


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