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It would be nice to see genders equally represented at all government jobs, even the top monarchs.

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What if the next Chinese President was a woman?  Would it really be that bad?

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Women should have equal political power in China's government.

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petera Post time: 2015-10-26 06:46
Gender Role Reversal

Gender Role Reversal is a Zionist bankster financed abomination.

For some individuals, an obsessive compulsion to believe, prove, or re-tell a conspiracy theory may indicate one or a combination of well-understood psychological conditions, and other hypothetical ones: paranoia, denial, schizophrenia, mean world syndrome.

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Incedius420 Post time: 2015-10-26 10:30
For some individuals, an obsessive compulsion to believe, prove, or re-tell a conspiracy theory ma ...

What is a "mean world syndrome" ?

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Newtown Post time: 2015-10-26 11:11
What is a "mean world syndrome" ?

Mean world syndrome is a term coined by George Gerbner to describe a phenomenon whereby violence-related content of mass media makes viewers believe that the world is more dangerous than it actually is. Mean world syndrome is one of the main conclusions of cultivation theory. Gerbner, a pioneer researcher on the effects of television on society, argued that people who watch television tended to think of the world as an intimidating and unforgiving place. A direct correlation between the amount of television one watches and the amount of fear one harbors about the world has been proven, although the direction of causality remains debatable in that persons fearful of the world may be more likely to retreat from it and in turn spend more time in indoor, solitary activity such as television watching.

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