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GIRL SAYS: NOT ALL MEN ARE PERVERTS AND NOT ALL WOMEN ARE SAINTS, NO DIFFERENCE

I remember when I was a child, I used to hear my grandmother use the phrase “not all men are perverts and not all women are saints” to describe the difference between men and women.

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As a young girl, I thought it was a strange phrase, but I never really understood its meaning until I grew older. Now, as an adult, I understand it to mean that there is no difference between men and women.

We often hear people talking about how men are more likely to be perverts and women more likely to be saints, but I think that this is a misguided way of looking at gender differences. We can’t deny that men and women have different qualities, but there’s no need to assign negative stereotypes to one gender or the other.

The idea that men are more likely to be perverts and women more likely to be saints is rooted in the traditional gender roles that society has assigned to us. Men have been seen as the aggressors and the ones in charge, while women have been seen as passive and submissive. Unfortunately, these stereotypes have been used to oppress and limit women’s rights for centuries.

But, thankfully, times are changing. We are seeing a shift in society’s attitudes towards gender roles and expectations. More and more, people are recognizing that men and women can both be strong, independent, and capable. We are realizing that there is no “right” or “wrong” way to be a man or a woman.

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At the same time, we must also be aware of the fact that men and women can be victims of harassment and assault. Just because one gender is not more likely to be a victim than the other, doesn’t mean that one gender is immune to it. We must work together to ensure that everyone is treated with respect and dignity, regardless of their gender.

In the end, it’s important to remember that not all men are perverts and not all women are saints. We all have our own unique qualities and strengths. We need to recognize and celebrate these differences, rather than assigning negative stereotypes to one gender or the other. We must also remember that no one is immune to harassment or assault, regardless of their gender. We must work together to create a safe and respectful environment for everyone.

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