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#1
Would there be less wars?

I hear this a lot and I'm not sure if I agree or not.

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#3
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The shit? There'd be TONS more wars.

Once a month, in fact.

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#5
women think with their emotions so if one women says something about the other women leaders dress then all hell breaks loose...I'd rather we fight over land and oil instead of what some bitch said to another bitch
#6
Remember How they said "Diamonds are a Girls Best Friend"?

Well the Africans would be working twice as hard if Women were in charge.
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#9
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Why only once a month?
Would all the female world leaders sync up?

Kinda' like Blair and Bush.

That's right, I went there.

Obviously because of the moon cycle, women are affected by it, like werewolves.
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#10
Every month, a new war. It'd be hell.
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#11
We would have to talk about emotions, and buy pretty clothes and shoes, and not be skilled at guitar.
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#12
I fear a world in which women are in charge. I know not all women are the way they are stereotyped (thinking with emotions, bleeding heart disease, batshit liberals etc.), but most of them are. That's the way they are supposed to be. That's why they were born as women.
#14
There would just be a lot of passive-aggressive underhanded insults at UN sessions.
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#15
The world would have a better sense of fashion, and all the vice presidents would be gay men. Awesome.
#17
They could hold conferences in the kitchen.
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#19
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Remember How they said "Diamonds are a Girls Best Friend"?

Well the Africans would be working twice as hard if Women were in charge.


Quoted because nobody else has yet, and this deserves recognition.
#21
I don't really think much would be different other than some roles swapped around. I don't think there would be any more wars, really.
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#22
If the women were in charge, men would be making sandwhiches!
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#23
they'd probably ban beer and cigarettes, so there boyfriends can't have fun.

EDIT* and weed, then everyone would have to drink girlie bitch drinks, like vodka cruses.
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#24
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If the women were in charge, men would be making sandwhiches!


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#25
Thatcher.
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what's the point in being "philiosophical"?

Interesting question...
#26
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Thatcher.

I think this thread is mostly talking about American contemporary feminists, due to the US being the main superpower and everything...
#27
Men would still fight one another. There would be civil wars. Plus, just because it's a woman doesn't mean she can't have an aggressive foreign policy. You need to be aggressive to an extent to actually get into power in the first place. You need some level of authority.

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#28
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I think this thread is mostly talking about American contemporary feminists, due to the US being the main superpower and everything...

I wonder how you came to that conclussion
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#29
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I think this thread is mostly talking about American contemporary feminists, due to the US being the main superpower and everything...

The thread asked if women being in charge would reduce wars. Thatcher was a woman in charge who began a war. American superpowerdom has nothing whatsoever to do with it.
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what's the point in being "philiosophical"?

Interesting question...
#30
Ha, ha, you guise.

Sexist gender stereotyping is fun!

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#31
I hate to break it to you but women are pretty emotional.I'm not saying there would be more wars but I can't imagine there would be less.
#32
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I hate to break it to you but women are pretty emotional.I'm not saying there would be more wars but I can't imagine there would be less.

And men aren't
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what's the point in being "philiosophical"?

Interesting question...
#36
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Ha, ha, you guise.

Sexist gender stereotyping is fun!


No it's not, it's actually quite offensive. You all should hitch up your pants and show some respect.

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#37
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#38
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Ha, ha, you guise.

Sexist gender stereotyping is fun!

Yes, it is.

So how would they fit the UN in a kitchen?

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#39
It'd be just Loose Women.


But people would actually have to listen to them

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#40


Yeah, no wars at all...
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