Since I began blogging last March, I have received varied responses regarding my posts. While most agree with what I have to say about feminism and the way women and young girls are overtly sexualized, thus diminishing their power in society, some people, men and women alike, either dismiss or vehemently disagree with my assertions. I don't mind being challenged; this is how discourse begins, but all discourse should be respected, just as all view points should be regarded.

Since blogging, I have received very interesting comments by those who disagree with me. But it's not just me -- I have seen it on other blogs, and it boggles my mind that so many people like to leave their marks of disdain upon someone else's page. Disagree, challenge, argue -- but be respectful.


Here is the list so far, and it hasn't been a full year:


Fascist: Some guy, apparently a very shy man who was given confidence as a man by frequenting Hooters, called me a fascist and more other colorful epithets because he didn't like what I had to say about the girls who worked for Hooters. He and I actually went back and forth a few times. He was trying to defend his position that these girls were guardian angels who taught him to be more comfortable around women;


Read the rest at http://marinagraphy.com and leave your thoughts/experiences. I will return to your blog.

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