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  • allthegear
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    double post

    tazzymtb
    Member

    Would you appreciate that type of thing?

    I can see your point. The issue can also be that purely text based communication looses all the body language that can make a what in conversation could be perceived as a cheeky comment come across as rampant misogyny.

    just out of interest should I hunt down the poor, deluded and obviously mental dog walking lady who made comments about my nice lycra clad bum and slap her upside the head for objectifying me? 😯

    I’d absolutely love it if someone (male/female I’m not fussy) wanted to admit to enjoy following me up a hill.

    :mrgreen:

    looses all the body language that can make a what in conversation could be perceived as a cheeky comment

    I’m dry humping the monitor if it’s any help.

    allthegear
    Member

    I do understand tazzy, but we also have lots of people complaining about the lack of women who ride. It’s just that it’s not that much of a surprise sometimes.

    (or maybe it’s because I’m stuck in a room of geeky blokes all week!)

    Rachel

    don simon
    Member

    I’m dry humping the monitor if it’s any help.

    You don’t think you could turn off the video camera before you start next time, do you?
    The words not and pretty spring to mind.

    emsz
    Member

    Nice image yeti 😀

    Dolcered
    Member

    I cant say i find the thread offensive, I work in engineering so a completely male dominated industry, often mistaken for being a secretary, no im your mechanical engineer actually……

    The following up hills comments i took as no more than banter, it was when back door comments used to flood this place that i took a step back from contributing.

    emsz
    Member

    Most blokes I’ve met have been ok. Couple of times I’ve been on the end of comments but GF gives as good as we get. Had to pull her away once. LOL

    From 2m 10secs…

    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LP8f95PocTc[/video]

    bikebouy
    Member

    Yummy those buscuits were nice..

    Ohh look another packet..

    Don’t these type of threads just end up in the “not all blokes”/”not all women”/”not all humans” are the same lecherous nonces who belittle each others gender..

    My my we’ve still some way to go us humans.

    don simon
    Member

    The following up hills comments i took as no more than banter, it was when back door comments used to flood this place that i took a step back from contributing.

    Can I assume that this type of behaviour isn’t limited to the cycling world? There are always going to be juvenile blokes with no self confidence who blurt this kind of thing out to try and mask their insecurities.
    The main difference with the forum is that the comments linger until a complaint is made, and then you risk being bullied for being a snitch.

    crankboy
    Member

    My lovely wife to fellow hill walker on an overnight stay in a bothy in the wild(ish) bit of Scotland
    HIM ” what’s the lady’s experience of this like “
    HER ” unless i need a piss probably the same as yours”

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    It’s Health and Safety gawn mad!

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