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Is chivalry finally dead?
Chivalry may finally be dead, and it's women that are leading the charge. Jason Morrison on research that shows women would rather be independent, and that means men have little choice left but to let them.
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i was in office works on the weekend buying my son a new desk. I am 7 months pregnant and was extremely grateful for the gentleman who helped me put it in my car.His wife was with him and there was no bad thoughts just extreme gratuityNat Saturday 19 January, 2013 - 11:24 PM
I take people up on any acts of chivalry. I appreciate it when some-one offers to carry something for me, or pay for my meal. But I think the important component is that you place the value back on yourself as a woman to say I don't have to feel in-debted in some way to a guy that does this. Feminism is important for saying to men, don't speak down to a woman and to treat a woman in a corporate environment with the same level of ability and authority differently to keep the hierarchy in tact.Tina Saturday 19 January, 2013 - 7:31 PM
Type in "Swedish Feminism" into google and see where we`re heading too. Chivalry is only for oldies, what a shame.Jo Thursday 17 January, 2013 - 8:10 PM