Is on the Gin
- May 26, 2020
Queens existed. But yes you are right in the past those roles were limited by gender. We don't presently live in the past though.So women were allowed to apply for kingship, conquistadorial roles, military positions, ect...
Because some of the strength of men jobs have additional risk or strain associated with them thus often pay more due to an expected lower retirement age or age when people are no longer capable of doing the job. It's why you tend not to see 60 year olds working building sites but you might see them in secretarial work.Nursing, secretarial, many other "human relations" jobs that supposedly playing to the strengths of women are usually much lower paying than one that play to to the strengths of men.
Hasn't stopped a number of talking heads becoming pretty damn influential without initially having the money. The money coming after in the end.Again, it doesn't play out that way in the real world. Welcome to Capitalism.
Has that idea ever been challenged in court because it would seem more like something that should only apply to Pacs / Super Pacs not every corporation ever.It was, but one of the effects besides it's influence on election law was that it bestowed the rights of individuals to corporations.
Isn't that the one people got really upset at South Park for because it mocked the idea of 0 effort gender transitioning just based on a persons say so and got a lot of the normal woke lot very upset at the show? I don't remember any controversy over showing women playing Tabletop games. I remember other stuff people tried to shove down people throat (the Harry Potter is Satanic stuff anyone?) and the thing being I'm seeing the new stuff trying to be shoved down peoples throats too and seeing little difference in it beyond the colour it's been painted.Yes. They were before your time, but not mine. I have a functioning memory. That throws a lot of political rhetoric off. I remember well what conservatives shoved down my throat one time, then what they try to shovel in it now.
As for conservative standards not throwing people under the bus for creative endeavors, ask Matt and Trey about the episode "Board Girls" where they DARED showed girls being tabletop gamers.