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sarajane37 sarajane37 2 years
I love the idea of all of these items, however, I feel its very sexist to only use the pronouns she/her. Some men read this wonderful blog. Some men have weight to lose or care about health and overall fitness. And to imply that only women are weight/diet/fitness conscience does a huge disservice to both genders. In addition, the implication of saying this would make a great gift for "her" basically says - imho - that a male husband/boyfriend would be getting a weightless/dieting/fitness gift for their respective wife/girlfriend/etc. That opens up a whole new can of worms around men objectifying women and the need to encourage only slim bodies A woman could easily buy this as a gift for a male. Great gift ideas, but perhaps revisit your gender politics.
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