I know the feeling.
Ron Collins
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See, I already learned something — I didn’t even know femsplaining was a thing, but I can totally see it happening. I’ve probably done it plenty myself. There’s the rub, isn’t it? Where is the line between explaining how something a man (or woman) said may be offensive and aggressive, and being perceived as aggressive oneself. Because that’s the other thing: you or I may be saying something with the best of intentions, and still the other person may feel attacked, and who’s to say who is right and who is wrong? After all, these days being offended is so fashionable and and an activity actively encouraged by the media…

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