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Virtual_StarOriginally Posted By: thorThere is no comparison between Milk and MLK. MLK was for all people while Milk was for a select few with a special interest. Milk was effectively about separation rather than inclusion...the opposite of MLK. That's why we'll never have a "straight-day"...it would include most of us. A "gay-day" is about differentiation...not inclusion. It focuses on what is different rather than what we have in common with each other.
Where does that leave Cesar E. Chavez? He was an activist for farm/labor workers and immigrants. That's a specific group.
The video makes it look really cool, but I'm unsure about it.
Mr. U and Rune bring up two good points, will it be affordable and will it have good games?
The only reason why the Wii was successful for the past two years is because of it's reasonable price. However, most of their games, on the other hand, have done mostly poorly.
The Wii Sports Resort (to my surprise) has sold over a million copies in the US. I think the Wii Motion Plus is a stupid add on. As far as I know, only Sports Resort and Tiger Woods are the only two games that are compatable with the Motion Plus. How stupid is that?
I don't see how Project Natal will appeal to the 360 audience seeing how most 360 owners are well between the ages of 17-30. The Wii was designed for mostly kids/families and casual gamers. XBox360 is for more serious, hardcore gamers.
Virtual_StarQuote:Imagine if you were a mother and you took your children to the park and there are women walking around topless?
Even I know there are limitations. But I just think that demeaning someone who are comfortable with their bodies in a reasonable setting is a bit unfair.
Originally Posted By: StephieJ
I get what you're saying.. You want a girlfriend with morals. Someone who respects their body enough that they dont need to show it to the general population.
So, when women go topless on a beach where it's okay, that makes them immoral? Does that include nursing mothers?
That's the perfect example of what sdp was trying to explain earlier: people chose to not disconnect the the nude body with sexuality. Boobs are a sexual tool, but only if you put it in that context.
Funny thing, I spent the whole day at the beach yesterday. I didn't see topless women, but I did see a penis. A man on the beach dropped trou and changed into his trunks right on the beach.
Does that make him immoral? Was I turned on? No.
Ignore my pervious posts. I finally see what you're getting at, though I wish you've would've said it earlier. :P
I wouldn't even let it get to you. You're talking about comments made by bigots. Such behavior isn't logical and makes no sense and I'm unsure if anyone can even try to explain it.
I say insecurity, but I'm sure that's an understatement.
Don't over think things that shouldn't matter.
I think I understand. Here's what I meant from my first post...
Let's say, for example, there are two women, both have A cup breasts:
Woman A is happy with her body and wouldn't change a thing. Despite this, there are going to be handful of people who are going to judge and say she needs a bigger chest to be more attractive because bigger is better. And, at the same time, there's going to be a handful of people who think she's perfect the way she is.
Woman B isn't happy and gets breasts implants. She grows to a comfortable C cup and is happy with the results. Despite this, there's going to be a handful of people who are going judge and say she's conceited in getting the implants and only wants sexual attention. And, at the same time, there's going to be a handful of people who think it was a positive change in being more confidient.
What I'm trying to say is that no matter how you look, you're going to get commented/judged/criticize no matter what, whether you're a natural person or a person who's had some work done.
This is what I meant that everyone has different views on different things.
I hope that made somewhat sense. I'm terrible at getting my words straight and I totally pulled that example out of my butt. I'm sure it can be split into hairs, but the general idea is there, I hope.
I agree with you, which is why I said,
you can't deny the fact you and everyone else in the world has drooled over a hot guy or girl at least once
Clearly you misread what I posted since I never mentioned anything about a double standard. I know you can as easily objectify a man as well as woman.