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Posted in: High schools in 2 prefectures stop asking students to specify their gender on application forms See in context

Whatsnext

Today 02:35 pm JST

It affects me because I have children. Telling kids they can be any gender they want is child abuse.

That is a massive jump. Could you elaborate?

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Posted in: High schools in 2 prefectures stop asking students to specify their gender on application forms See in context

WhatsnextToday 08:24 am JST

There are only 2 genders. Their is nothing wrong with your genitals. Learn to accept your body.

BelrickToday 10:32 am JST

There are 2 genders, male and female, period! Just look at your crotch - it's not rocket science! Tired of all this PC crap!

I don't understand why people are this passionate about something that doesn't affect them at all.

How does someone feeling differently about their body in a way you don't understand enrage you that much? How does it in any way affect your life, besides opening your eyes to the fact that there are people out there with a very different worldview?

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Posted in: High schools in 2 prefectures stop asking students to specify their gender on application forms See in context

Ganbare Japan! Today 07:54 am JST

Political correctness gone mad. Why is Japan copying Western Nations? The system worked perfectly for over 100 years.

Yeah, perfectly! Except, you know, in those cases where they purposefully lowered women's test results, which seems to me is the main reason they're doing this.

Although I do wonder, like some other commenters, whether putting down your first name doesn't render that point useless.

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Posted in: Japanese climber who lost 9 fingers dies on 8th attempt at Everest See in context

Whether Kuriki made it to the top of Everest or not, how is it an 'achievement' ? It makes no one's life any better, it adds nothing to the global wealth of human knowledge, it saves not a single life and if therougou is correct, his obsession took the lives of others.

Strongly agree.

You can admire his conviction or willpower, if you like, but a hero is someone who helps others, or at the very least contributes something to society.

I'm not denying anyone the right to chase selfish, wildly irresponsible dreams, but I don't see why people glorify it when someone dies doing that.

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