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Wednesday, 04 February 2009

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Tom

Sex segregation of any type may evolve increased brain capacity for aggression, and decreased brain capacity for empathy and higher thought (New Scientist, 2007).

Women sex segregate, expressing a fourfold preference for same sex company - whilst men are neutral (Moxon, 2008).

What technical reason is there to justify sex segregation in hospitals?

There's the sex pest argument, which MRAs should reject on principle.

There's the decency argument, like we're all chased Victorians or something.

There's the popularity of sex segregation argument too - I'm not saying fascism isn't popular, I'm just saying it's a bad idea.

John Kimble

Surely actually cleaning the hospitals is more important than the sex of the patients?

Also, the best solution is to have rooms, not wards. These massively reduce the spread of infections.

I think this is the only post I've ever seen on this blog that I don't necessarily agree with.

I reckon those feminists have finally got him and have taken over.

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