History Quotes / TheUnfairSex

22nd Apr '16 10:25:22 PM aye_amber
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-->-- '''Beatrice''', ''{{Kingdom}}''

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-->-- '''Beatrice''', ''{{Kingdom}}''
-->--'''Beatrice,''' ''Series/{{Kingdom}}.''



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21st Aug '14 7:23:39 PM Premonition45
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-->-- Creator/AmbroseBierce, ''Literature/TheDevilsDictionary''

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-->-- Creator/AmbroseBierce, '''Creator/AmbroseBierce''', ''Literature/TheDevilsDictionary''



-->-- Creator/ChrisRock, ''Bigger And Blacker''

-> ''"Here is a movie about two of the most loathsome women in recent cinema, and the movie thinks the male characters are the villains. It gets away with this only because we have been taught that women are to be presumed good and men are to be presumed evil. [[GenderFlip Flip the genders]] in this screenplay, and there would not be the slightest doubt that the characters named Petula and Dorothy are monsters... Men are more violent than women, yes, and guilty of abuse, yes, although the percentage of male monsters is incalculably higher in the movies than in life."''

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-->-- Creator/ChrisRock, '''Creator/ChrisRock''', ''Bigger And Blacker''

-> ''"Here ->''"Here is a movie about two of the most loathsome women in recent cinema, and the movie thinks the male characters are the villains. It gets away with this only because we have been taught that women are to be presumed good and men are to be presumed evil. [[GenderFlip Flip the genders]] in this screenplay, and there would not be the slightest doubt that the characters named Petula and Dorothy are monsters... Men are more violent than women, yes, and guilty of abuse, yes, although the percentage of male monsters is incalculably higher in the movies than in life."''



-> ''Do you see? Do you get it? I'm equally at fault. How can I ever forgive him for that?''

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-> ''Do ->''Do you see? Do you get it? I'm equally at fault. How can I ever forgive him for that?''



-> ''"I performed a social experiment at Towson University in with two groups of one hundred students, each divided equally between the genders (50 male students, 50 female students in each group). I told the first group that in 75% of the time, the husband initiates the divorce, and the second group was told that 75% of all divorces are initiated by the wife (this latter statistic is accurate, by the way). I then asked both groups to speculate on why this was so. In both cases, 100% of the women in both groups blamed the divorce on something the man did. When it came to the male students, 86% of the first group and 84% of the second group blamed the men. When I asked about the probability of the woman doing something divorce-worthy, the reactions I got from both the male and female students was incredulity and disbelief that such a thing was even possible."''

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-> ''"I ->''"I performed a social experiment at Towson University in with two groups of one hundred students, each divided equally between the genders (50 male students, 50 female students in each group). I told the first group that in 75% of the time, the husband initiates the divorce, and the second group was told that 75% of all divorces are initiated by the wife (this latter statistic is accurate, by the way). I then asked both groups to speculate on why this was so. In both cases, 100% of the women in both groups blamed the divorce on something the man did. When it came to the male students, 86% of the first group and 84% of the second group blamed the men. When I asked about the probability of the woman doing something divorce-worthy, the reactions I got from both the male and female students was incredulity and disbelief that such a thing was even possible."''
21st Aug '14 7:23:05 PM Premonition45
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->"So who are the biggest liars, men or women? [...] The way I see it, men lie the most, but women tell the biggest lies. A man's lie is 'I was over at Greg's house.' A woman's lie is, 'It's your baby.'"

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->"So ->''"So who are the biggest liars, men or women? [...] The way I see it, men lie the most, but women tell the biggest lies. A man's lie is 'I was over at Greg's house.' A woman's lie is, 'It's your baby.'"'"''



12th Mar '14 7:27:32 PM Prfnoff
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-->-- '''Susan Walker''', ''Coupling''

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-->-- '''Susan Walker''', ''Coupling''
''Series/{{Coupling}}''
8th Jan '14 7:34:50 PM PaulA
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-->-- AmbroseBierce, ''TheDevilsDictionary''

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-->-- AmbroseBierce, ''TheDevilsDictionary''
Creator/AmbroseBierce, ''Literature/TheDevilsDictionary''
2nd Jan '14 7:15:18 PM Tuckerscreator
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-> ''"But wasn't it her fault as well as the man's?"''\\
''"Nothing is ever a lady's fault, you'll learn that," Lord Trimingham told me.''\\
''This remark, confirming something I already felt, made an immense impression on me.''
-->-- '''L.P. Hartley''', ''The Go-Between''



-->-- '''RogerEbert''', review of ''Beautiful Creatures'' (2000)

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-->-- '''RogerEbert''', '''Creator/RogerEbert''', review of ''Beautiful Creatures'' (2000)
16th Jun '13 2:54:51 PM MickeyMoose
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-> ''"I performed a social experiment at Towson University in with two groups of one hundred students, each divided equally between the genders (50 male students, 50 female students in each group). I told the first group that in 75% of the time, the husband initiates the divorce, and the second group was told that 75% of all divorces are initiated by the wife (this latter statistic is accurate, by the way). I then asked both groups to speculate on why this was so. In both cases, 100% of the women blamed the divorce on something the man did. When it came to the men, 86% of the first group and 84% of the second group blamed the men. When I asked about the probability of the woman doing something divorce-worthy, the reactions I got from both the male and female students was incredulity and disbelief that such a thing was even possible."

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-> ''"I performed a social experiment at Towson University in with two groups of one hundred students, each divided equally between the genders (50 male students, 50 female students in each group). I told the first group that in 75% of the time, the husband initiates the divorce, and the second group was told that 75% of all divorces are initiated by the wife (this latter statistic is accurate, by the way). I then asked both groups to speculate on why this was so. In both cases, 100% of the women in both groups blamed the divorce on something the man did. When it came to the men, male students, 86% of the first group and 84% of the second group blamed the men. When I asked about the probability of the woman doing something divorce-worthy, the reactions I got from both the male and female students was incredulity and disbelief that such a thing was even possible.""''
16th Jun '13 2:53:31 PM MickeyMoose
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-> ''"I performed a social experiment at Towson University in with two groups of one hundred students, each divided equally between the genders (50 male students, 50 female students in each group). I told the first group that in 75% of the time, the husband initiates the divorce, and the second group was told that 75% of all divorces are initiated by the wife (this latter statistic is accurate, by the way). I then asked both groups to speculate on why this was so. In both cases, 100% of the women blamed the divorce on something the man did. When it came to the men, 86% of the first group and 84% of the second group blamed the men. When I asked about the probability of the woman doing something divorce-worthy, the reactions I got from both the male and female students was incredulity and disbelief that such a thing was even possible."
-->-- '''Dr. Jack Kammer''', ''Good Will Toward Men...''

15th Apr '13 11:34:40 PM RTanker
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-> ''Do you see? Do you get it? I'm equally at fault. How can I ever forgive him for that?''
-->-- '''Susan Walker''', ''Coupling''
25th Jan '13 12:40:22 AM CompletelyNormalGuy
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-->-- ChrisRock, ''Bigger And Blacker''

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-->-- ChrisRock, Creator/ChrisRock, ''Bigger And Blacker''
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