Good god, that thing read like a laundry list of "I don't know anything about women but I'm going to act like I do"Women dont like to be challenged? Women can't handle lots of detail right off the bat? Women will try to do too much because they're multitaskers?I have a huge disparity in grip strength between my dominant and non-dominant hands. Maybe I'm a woman? lol.The whole article is full of WTF? quotes.
I read it and began to think that maybe I'm NOT a woman!
I promise, you're a woman.
The only difference I've ever noticed is in brand new pistol shooters. Due to center of gravity issues, male rookie shooters have a different wrong stance than rookie female shooter's wrong stance.
Sigh... Not EVEN going to comment...
All that piece seemed to be was an advertisement full of balderdash.
Well, women and gay men do tend to perceive space differently. However that would have little to no effect on shooting. Unless you were trying to hit a fast moving target while moving at a rapid clip yourself. Possibly.
"women and gay men do tend to perceive space differently." If you are going to make a statement like that, you should provide a reference to a peer-reviewed, scholarly article. I would love to see it. The linked article seems to have fallen through a time-warp from the early 80s at least. What a load of Bovine Scatology.
That whole depth-perception argument - sounds interestingly similar to the idea that women can't shoot, women can't drive, women can't work as engineers or whatever. Same old stuff, different century.
I just cannot take it a moment longer, have to say it. Each time I stop by to see if you posted something new, I see this "Generalize all you like but are we not human beings?". That is one heck of a finely tuned piece of generalization in itself! I love it.All the best,Glenn B
Write something already! PLEASE.
Geez, I kept hoping you were going back to The Breda Fallacy, and then (almost) as soon as I find this place, you stop blogging again.