ah now in that sense yes. I think if it was put into its proper context as religion, then I can respect it as an human doing. that’s the only way I ever respect politics too: when I see it as religion. otherwise just throw it away

mah now in that sense yes.

I think if it was put into its proper context as religion, then I can respect it as an human doing.

that’s the only way I ever respect politics too: when I see it as religion.

otherwise just throw it away

this is precisely the statistics that need to be compiled.
I’ve noticed in many school wrestling contexts, they don’t have separate boys and girls classes.
ill see some short bjj or wrestling clips on instagram sometimes.
there’s some impressive gyms in eastern europe that have huge instagram followings i’ll see sometimes.
I find human physical  ability to be amazing, particularly in areas that I’ve never been strong in such as flexibility.
there’s simply wrestling.
and it seems to work out just fine for them, although I don’t know the ages they work with.

 

 

 

soccer as a boy (and it was boys and girls together. last place team though),

#1 fastest sprinter in 3,4,5th grade (i was GOING to be 1st place if it killed me),

weightlifting as a teen (i won 3rd place clean + jerk for my weight class in new jersey once) and that’s my sport experience.

mom had me in ballet at 5-6, but the only boy (late 1970s) so one of the parents had a fit) too.

oh and karate as a kid but i didn’t have coordination.

but i was muscular for years. i was always the bouncer guy at the stupid nj teenage drinking parties because i could pretend to be tough but i never touched anyone and i didn’t want to drink.

prided myself in having a strong stance (used to dare classmates to knock me down) and once at age 17 one finally did so i stopped.

some kind of “plant your feet in the ground” sport wouldve worked for me but that’s about it

puberty with charles atlas and weightlifting gave me big muscle.

oddly I never cared much about my gender.

I did the muscle thing because I could.

but if I was a woman it never would’ve bothered me

 

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