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Published 2 months ago with 2 Comments

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  • sashinator (edited 2 months ago)

    It's less about gender and more about perpetuating traditional roles, whatever they may be. Surprise.

    Traditional is virtually synonymous with procreation in this day and age. The ways of old are about perpetuating your way of life through birthing and rearing the next generation directly. We no longer have the need to do this because technology affords us both the opportunity to influence others in perpetuity without rearing the next generation directly and the freedom to choose if we wish to birth or not our offspring. This way of life, sometimes referred to incorrectly as "western" is simply modernity's answer to antiquity's call to freedom.

    The future is now and it is in direct conflict with rigid structure norms. In this day and age, ideas fight for survival as organisms; more and more ideas will live and die based on their strength not the strength of tradition which backs them.

  • Appaloosa (edited 2 months ago)

    I have actually been here. Very remote, days to get there, they have a dance around a blazing fire at night, as a show, of course, though it is meaningful. I have to dig up my pics from there now! For fun, a girl tapping on your foot was a sign of interest. Wink, wink, nod, nod.

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