Re: we are all equals
Oct 21, 1996 09:17 PM
> > From: John Straughn <JTarn@envirolink.org>
> > The pinching doesn't necessarily have to do with the world view of women,
> > the view of the pincher. And it doesn't have to do with gender so much
> > either. It has more to do with sexual orientation. I have read articles
> > where gay men have piched other men in the office environment. Gender is
> > obviously not the case here.
> Equal opportunity pinching? Perhaps what we're really talking about here
> is feeling that the pincher gets from having having *power* over the
> pinchee, who is being pinched without her/his permission or consent.
> -Ann E. Bermingham
I agree with Ann. To me, getting pinched, etc. without my consent...is
extremely annoying. And the part is the lack of consent........
I know that if I am out...with my special friend....that I might get
pinched....as a sign of affection. That's ok. But if someone else
does it, Katie bar the door!
Gertrude the Churchmouse
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