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M

I found the text very nice, short and sweet. I agree with the author as physical punishments are not a good way to make children responsible. I liked the observation by Julie which is at the end. physically harsh, very humiliating and painful punishments (ex.paddling) are not given to girls not only in catholic but even in many other school cultures around the world because they are considered too delicate, too innocent and emotionally weak.
Its very interesting how people are taught to behave with and behave as men and women as I study sexuality.

M

I found the text very nice, short and sweet. I agree with the author as physical punishments are not a good way to make children responsible. I liked the observation by Julie which is at the end. physically harsh, very humiliating and painful punishments (ex.paddling) are not given to girls not only in catholic but even in many other school cultures around the world because they are considered too delicate, too innocent and emotionally weak.
Its very interesting how people are taught to behave with and behave as men and women as I study sexuality.

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