[LRUG] Coaches for RG London workshop - 4-5 October
thayer at team-prime.com
Thu Sep 19 05:04:40 PDT 2013
Personally, I think it's the perfect place to have the debate. The more
this stuff is discussed in open, with people who find it uncomfortable, the
more awareness is raised and the more we can all pull together as a
community and appreciate the diverse views and individuals that make up the
Personally, I don't mind being called a woman or a girl (or anything else
pretty much, so long as it isn't _meant_ offensively) but if I did call
someone something _they_ didn't like and they told me, it'd be no problem
for me to respect their views and be proud of them for being brave and
respectful enough of the community to bring it up.
On 19 Sep 2013 12:50, "Emile Denichaud" <emile at mpc.hk> wrote:
> yeah this is great, but do you really think that this is the place to have
> a debate. stop cc's the group into your 'spirited' discussion
> On 19 September 2013 at 12:46:56, Rachel Graves (rachel at didlix.net) wrote:
> Girls run this world! But also women, ladies, even boys are allowed in.
>> More than semantics we’re interested in a mindset. Both founders were born
>> in the Spice Girls era, they don’t see the word girl as condescending or
> Just because the Founders don't see it as condescending, this doesn't mean
> other Women, like me, cannot.
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