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by Karen

Gender is the most basic factor governing our identity. Traditionally, females have been characterized as the weaker sex, that is soft, emotional, and ultimately the homebody. None of these attributes are in themselves bad, except when used together to blanket an entire class of people or gender. We as women all know that most of us are also strong, determined, self reliant, and many of us choose to be career women. Yet the truth lies in the fact that each of us is a bit of all of the above.

Female by Karen
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