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Thursday, 21 October 2010

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John Kimble

Well when people talking about women being "losers" from the spending review, technically they are correct.

What they neglect to mention is that women are losing special privileges they had such as an early retirement funded by the men working longer.

You can't lose something you don't have can you? Also I doubt they'll be losing their excessive public sector pensions either.

Groan

Well said the loss is that of a privilege extended to women on the grounds of their supposed fragility. Surely feminists everywhere should support this acceptance that women can work for as many years men. After all they are. Very keen on women climbing up the seniority ladder now they have more time to do it! Well done those voices pointing out the sexism in the proposals only for men.

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