General Statements and Education  

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11/25/2005 3:40 am

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General Statements and Education


Two things that caught my attention in the short time I have been here is the general category statements, such as in my case no married men statements, and wanting an educated person.
I find it a true double standard for a married woman to indicate she does not want a cheating married man and wants someone honest but by her stated standard the only difference between her and a man is her gender. I can accept and do respect a persons personal preference for no married men or any other stated preference. However, let's be fair and leave it at that and not generalize all married men or any other group of individuals into one category.
Also, education has peeked my interest. It is interesting to note that research has shown the more education a person has achieved, the more likely they are to be involved in more than one relationship. Yet it seems many fail to see the difference between a relationship and otherwise. We are not doing something new, human history is full of all activities listed here.
There are many factors determining a person's life and to generalize in certain categories is short sighted. There is a difference between a personal preference and a generalization. I think members who are genuine will read and respect a person's post. Statements conveying a person's personal desires demonstrate a person who understands what they are looking for while general statements against specific groups of individuals reflects poorly on that individual.

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