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Gender Biases? Gender Differences? Gender Inequality?

For three years, Transpartisan Alliance has been bridging the gap between left and right. Now we advance into wilder territory. Now we attempt to bridge that timeless divide between men and women!

What is the most important gender issue facing our society today?

Is it the income gap?

Sexual violence?

Shifting gender roles?

The example set by the indiscretions of politicians?

How much do we really know about each other anyway?

Find out at TA. . .



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  • Ananda P.

    Thanks all for a rousing and engaging discussion. We can continue and explore the topics that we only had time to touch on. I've created a message board forum here:

    May 5, 2013

  • Rebecca

    Great topic, one that could be revisited and expounded upon, after chewing the cud of course. We could even continue the discussion in the discussions section of this meetup.

    May 2, 2013

    • Brendan R.

      Is there a discussion section on here? That sounds like it would be worth it.

      May 3, 2013

    • Rebecca

      Look at the top of our meet up page where the menu items are. There is one called "discussions".­

      May 3, 2013

  • Rebecca

    My 1st visit. Quite lively and in the beginning somewhat heated, with a few voices, including mine, dominating the discussion. After some tense moments and a break, we all agreed to a more specific structure, facilitating a calmer more inclusive conversation. I truly like the idea of checking with/timing out to take care of any individual offended by gestures, attitudes or comments made. I became more aware of my own and more cognizant of being respectful, a very important aspect of transcending egocentric thinking, whether passive or aggressive. Thank you.

    The evening, I believe, ended with a lighthearted sense from all that we had accomplished what the name of this meetup is all about. We did indeed transcend the adversarial battle usually fought when there are passionate differences and I believe, we each left with some meaty tidbits of food for thought in which to chew the cud........for us fellow cud chewers, that is.

    May 2, 2013

  • Brendan R.

    Actually much better than I expected. I've encountered a lot of ugly rhetoric from both feminists and MRAs talking about gender issues, but people tonight were fairly civil.

    May 1, 2013

  • Elliott A.

    There was an overwhelming expression of sincerity by the participants describing their feelings and rational behind their opinions and their attempts to defend and promote their impressions and ideas.

    April 30, 2013

  • John S.

    I'm a maybe! I'll really try.

    April 29, 2013

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