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What do you think about the participation of a woman soccer player in a team of men?

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Postby Elba » Wed Jan 26, 2005 1:24 am

What do you think about the participation of a woman soccer player in a team of men?

Recently FIFA rejected that the soccer player Maribel Dominguez (from México) play in a mexican team of men.
At México there isn´t any professional team of female soccer, that was the reazon Maribel wish to participate in a team of men.
After Fifa rejected Maribel, the female Barcelona team acepted her. Maribel Dominguez is going to trip to Spain in order to play in that team.

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Postby frengo » Thu Jan 27, 2005 9:05 pm

In my opinion, it's just a matter of phisical power... what happens when two running men, 90 kg each, meet one another coming from opposite directions? Big crash, dear... imagine the same situation with a heavy man on one side and a much lighter girl on the other... the history of soccer is made of broken legs, let's keep women's in a good shape, it's better for me!

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Postby Elba » Fri Jan 28, 2005 1:30 am

What dou you think of female soccer?

Because at a women team there is the posibility to find a 90 kg. player and another of 60 kg, then the crash has the same consecuenses.

Women player have good shape too, you have to know the mexican soccer player. [/quote]

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Postby Dixie » Fri Jan 28, 2005 10:52 am

I am against any genre discrimination.

And I don't see why women and men cannot play together. If they are equally qualified there should be no difference.

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Postby mr_Love » Fri Jan 28, 2005 10:26 pm

i think the males will leave to ball and follow the females :mrgreen:

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Postby Lalee » Sat Jan 29, 2005 6:42 am

Mr Love. That was very funny! :D
I think all the players would just put their eyes in the girl's boobs, and they'd lose every single game in the long run.
You know how men are... They just interested in boobs, boobs, and more boobs... did I mention "boobs"? :mrgreen:

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Postby mr_Love » Sat Jan 29, 2005 8:02 am

opsss....... :oops:

how do u know that!!!1

they are the first thing that attract the boys :mrgreen:


just kiding ;)

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Postby frengo » Sat Jan 29, 2005 8:22 pm

To Elba: you're right, women can have a heavy weight... but that was just an example: every power-oriented sport has differente leagues for men and women, and I don' really think for discrimination reasons!

To Dixie: I can't see any king of discrimination, here. On a phisical basis, men and women ARE different, so it would be wrong to let them compete together when phisical power is the main issue.
I would be pleased, however, to see men and woman together in other kinds of sport, e.g. shooting with bow and arrow, rifle, gun, or any other sport where phisical power is not significant.

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Postby Dixie » Sat Jan 29, 2005 9:18 pm

As I see it, and I like I said, if both are equally prepared, there should be no problem. I don't think, like you said, that we are different. All we need is physical preparation. I know my opinion is not based on any theoretical principles but, well, that's what I think ;)

I hate discrimination on any basis.

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Postby Asep » Sun Jan 30, 2005 8:49 am

Great female fighter!

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Postby frengo » Sun Jan 30, 2005 8:58 pm

Muscles are not a matter of opinion... and biology tells us that men and women ARE different: each gender has got its points of strength and weakness. That's all.

PS Remember that "different" does not mean "better" or "worse": just different!

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Postby Dixie » Sun Jan 30, 2005 9:02 pm

Imagine a perfectly well trained woman fighting a short, weak man.

:roll: Maybe that's not the point, but t'was just and example :roll:

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Postby frengo » Mon Jan 31, 2005 5:55 pm

In this case we are talking about professionals, therefore all of them are perfectly trained and in shape... come on, Dixie, don't think like an extremist... be flexible! I really can't understand why you are so strongly denying the concept of difference... may I give you another example?

I share every day of my life with a woman for many reasons, one of the more important is that she is different from me. In other words, as a woman she can do things I can't, and very often the way she looks at things is amazing, since her point of view is so different from mine... she is able to show me the "feminine side" of the world! I love this immensely... I wouldn't be a complete human being without this.

Is this so bad?

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Postby Dixie » Tue Feb 01, 2005 11:39 am

frengo wrote:In this case we are talking about professionals, therefore all of them are perfectly trained and in shape... come on, Dixie, don't think like an extremist... be flexible! I really can't understand why you are so strongly denying the concept of difference... may I give you another example?

I share every day of my life with a woman for many reasons, one of the more important is that she is different from me. In other words, as a woman she can do things I can't, and very often the way she looks at things is amazing, since her point of view is so different from mine... she is able to show me the "feminine side" of the world! I love this immensely... I wouldn't be a complete human being without this.

Is this so bad?

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I agree with you completely, Franco. I know I can be really hard to deal with sometimes :D I knew what you meant from the beginning :P But I remember being in high school and stating that men were stronger than women, and my teacher and fellow students really jumped over me :!:

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Postby frengo » Tue Feb 01, 2005 5:58 pm

To Violet: I loved your two opposite discrimination examples, very smart indeed :!:

To Dixie: I had no doubts about your way of thinking... this is the reason I've been pressing you, I was feeling some kind of mismatch in your words... everything is fine now!

PS Have you seen how easy is to be my friend? It's enough to tell me that you agree with me... ;)

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Postby Elba » Wed Feb 02, 2005 1:52 am

Dixie wrote:I agree with you completely, Franco. I know I can be really hard to deal with sometimes I knew what you meant from the beginning But I remember being in high school and stating that men were stronger than women, and my teacher and fellow students really jumped over me


Dixie, then you are a oprimed woman

While we are argueing of the participation of women in the soccer, the mexicana player Maribel do three goooooooooollls in her fisrt play with the Barcelona team. the total og gols was four.
Violet, soccer is not difficult, only ask your brother, father or friends.

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Re: woman soccer

Postby Dixie » Thu Feb 03, 2005 11:00 am

Elba wrote:Dixie, then you are a oprimed woman



:roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:

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Postby Elba » Thu Feb 03, 2005 9:42 pm

dixie wrote:Elba wrote:

Dixie, then you are a oprimed woman





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Postby masa » Wed Feb 09, 2005 4:28 am

I agree that. I also recognise women's softball team.
Thia is so rediculous that separate men and women.
Don't you think so?

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Postby Dixie » Thu Feb 10, 2005 12:10 pm

Elba wrote:
dixie wrote:Elba wrote:

Dixie, then you are a oprimed woman



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Ja ja ja. I don´t think so Dear


Glad to read that... :roll: :) Cause I'm not!!!!!!! :evil:


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