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The other day I told a girl she looked very cute, which to me is a very high complement, but she took it as a border line insult because I didn't think she looked hot.

This lead to a very long conversation where I attempted to explain that to me 'hot' was not better the 'cute' but apparently sounded like I was trying to...
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eena:
I'm a small, dark haired girl next door type. AND I so want to be a librarian. You've described everything I aspire to be! Haha! Cute (in that definition) is waaaaay better than hot! X
akari:
I completely understand this. Some "types", based on hair color/length, stature, size, natural vs fake, clothes, personality... These things seem to define which a woman will most likely be called. At least from what I've experienced. I can go from one to the other, and usually I border on both. Either way, the girl you're talking about should've taken that as a compliment! Her loss, for not.
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marlene:
I'm not sure I love to celebrate Women's day because it means women are still not equal to men :( If we were, we shouldn't need a special day to make a point about it!
darlord:
I agree with that to an extent.  But to me men and women are not equal, not in a direct comparison at least.  In value, absolutely, in deserving respect and being treated the same, defiantly! But there are defiantly differences between men and women.  I believe  those differences shouldn't be something that has to be hidden or pretend don't exist.  They should be acknowledged that they are only differences, but not valued differently. 
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It's important to honour your commitments, especially to yourself. I said I would go out and do something I love, go on an adventure, and I didn't make excuses or wimp out for once... And it felt great! -35C wind chill, knee deep snow and all.

henutmire:
Nice pics 
kellokitteh:
Nice! 😊