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Anybody else find it a little..odd, that there we aren't properly educated on the mental differences between guys and girls? We are when it comes to the physical side of it, but not the mental side; even though it's always been reported in mainstream news - in print and on TV even.

So why is this?


there needs to be a campaign that’ll encourage schools across the country to teach kids the mental differences between genders


promote why it’ll be beneficial, and not trivial

have the noted differences balanced between genders

do it in a way that’ll not cause any harm to the smooth functioning of society.

remind people that education outweighs hurting people’s feelings

note that being educated on this will help end sexism, as people will later find out the information from someone who has a political agenda.
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Fix your grammar and take it to /pol/ or /v/.



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