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Very well written. But most modern literature and messaging has always come from a man’s pov; in order for people to understand the two sides differently is to first acknowledge that the narratives of each gender is different for everything in life and people should be able to appreciate the two narratives equally. Pick up a book or a movie written from a woman’s perspective and it almost always comes with an apology or an explanation on why the author or the writer feels that way which only makes it difficult for anyone to know what the original intent was. IMHO the truth (which for whatever reason is uncomfortable) behind the narrative should remain, people should be able to soak in what it means and only then any explanation would add color to a bias that is formed. Anything before that and you just tend to adjust the narrative to existing biases. And we go back to square one. Good luck!

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