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Originally posted by @no1marauderThe Me-too movement attempts to spur men to become more aware of their own deep
I have shown no such bias; explaining the law to those with such biases on either side as I have constantly had to do here doesn't show anything but a greater knowledge of the law than those who post their "expert" opinions on subjects they actually know little about.
Z's question wasn't to me as far as I can tell (he did not "reply and quote" my pos ...[text shortened]... do come forward but that is a difficult, personal decision I would not second guess either way.
sexist biases, which they have absorbed while growing up in a dominant sexist culture.
Of course, the arrogant No1Marauder feels, as usual, that he has nothing to learn,
particularly from mere women.
"Z's question wasn't to me as far as I can tell ..."
Given the position of Zahlanzi's post, IMMEDIATELY AFTER two posts by No1Marauder,
to whom else does No1Marauder imagine that Zahlanzi directed his implied question?