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Friday, March 26, 2004 :::
This is a quote from a very silly person. Notice the infantile vocabulary, although the greatest fallacy is that sexual impulses are turned on or off at will, even by 15-year-olds. From a Washington Post article .

Mariah Burton-Nelson, a former women's basketball player who has written five books regarding sex roles in sports, disagrees. She says that banning mixed-sex wrestling because of inappropriate contact is "an attempt to sexualize women" and it helps perpetuate what she calls "the cootie-effect."

"Is wrestling an inherently erotic or sexual activity?" Burton-Nelson asked. "No. The wrestlers are trying to pin each other, not please each other."

::: posted by A Mind That Suits at 5:41 PM



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