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- Don't think so. That was when they were looking for her mom's assasin.
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I'm pretty sure she used the full moon to blood bend during that Episode....
Yes but that was the night prior and this moment takes place in the day. It looks darker because she collected the rain in a large dome around them that block out some sunlight.
Hmm.. Your right actually. I had to look up the synopsis of the episode to be sure. In fact not only did she stop all the rain with out the moon but she turned all the drops into icicles fired and them at her mother's killer, only to turn them back into water before impact. Now that's skill.
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No, but I know a lot of men who look down on other men who choose to be stay at home dads.
Take a look at a gay pride parade and you'll see plenty of people who aren't conforming to the normal gender for their sexual anatomy. Some of them might consider themselves men, others might consider themselves feminine men, and still others might consider themselves something else... trans, queer, or something along those lines.
The way a person acts is the way they act, regardless of their physical anatomy, and should be considered something separate from the chromosomes they got at conception.
But this problem comes from attributing traits to specific genders, not the concept of there being more than binary genders. Cooking and taking care of children should not be seen as feminine, not in this day and age. Being a stay at home Dad does not create a new gender.
Male and female are a sliding scale. You can have features that 'traditionally' from either side of the bridge, but these people want to act like they deserve a special title and consideration for it when they don't. You're not special because you have a penis and like dresses, or have breasts and enjoy boxing.
I agree with everything you said.
Sliding scale = spectrum.
Gender isn't black or white, it's shades of gray.
I'm not wholly sure if we see eye to eye, here. I don't agree that this spectrum makes multiple genders. I still believe that there is 'male' and 'female' and nothing else. Being a feminine male... you're still male. You can't be neither or 'something else'.
I guess what I'm trying to say is that I fucking hate labels and people trying to put a special label on literally everything pisses me off. My entire young life I was caught how labels are bad and you should just be you, not trying to fit into these little damn boxes. Don't try to fit in boxes, don't try to make imaginary boxes to fit into, and don't try to stuff other people into freakin' boxes. Just do you.
Yes, labels are dumb.
But people ask for labels. "So, are you a man or a woman?" "Which of you is the '
I'm curious, though, how you would define the people on the middle of your gender bridge/sliding-scale.
I think "male", "female", and "other / queer" are enough labels and distinctions personally, and then if someone wants to get specific the person can describe themselves in whatever manner or made up terminology they prefer.
Unless they're transitioning then they're their biological sex. I'm male, but I have a lot of feminine traits myself. My girlfriend is quite firmly in the 'tomboy' crowd. We're closer to that middle line than a lot of people, I'd think, but we're still male and female.
But it's still an arbitrary label. I don't think in terms of, "Oh well I'm a man, so I must behave in X manner". I think, "I am me, and I behave like this." Outside of biologic sex I don't find much use for 'male' and 'female' except in describing body types and genitalia.
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