Anyway, as to the phenomenon, some portion of the posters who start up anti-womening appear to be the same person. Not all of them, and some others have their own special ways. Why there is a big surge against people being feminists, or just being women, that can be for many reasons, with some not liking so called radical feminism and equating it with women's push for equal rights over the years.. all the way to strong fundamental belief systems/believers expressing themselves. Some appear to just not like women as people, fully wary of them, very non trusting, usually from some personal experience. This is reflected in the world at large, pretty much, as I gather this is happening on the internet other than here.
Not in my immediate world over the years, though. Maybe they self cull.
who are afraid of women?
The weenies afraid of women
This place, for some people, like many loosely moderated web forums, acts as a toilet wall did in the pre-Web age. That is, a medium through which to express deviant, prurient or hateful thoughts anonymously without any threat of being embarrassed, mocked or challenged.
How did the medical community come up with the term "PMS"? "Mad Cow Disease" was already taken.
I’m not afraid of women at all in fact I love being around women as long as they keep their tops and panties on while around me we’ll get along just fine. Cool
Ionus wrote:If you could read Ionic Greek, you could read the Hippocratic Corpus in original.How did the medical community come up with the term "PMS"? "Mad Cow Disease" was already taken.
But he really didn't use that term for it. Nor did Georg Ernst Stahl, when he wrote in 1702 his dissertation about (PhD in medicine).
It was only in 1931 that Robert C. Frank coined the term "premenstrual tension". And in 1953 Dalton and Greene called it as what it is known today.
(Since 1987 listed in the DSM-III, appendix A)
"Mad Cow Disease" isn't a term used in the medical community. The veterinaries (and physicians) call it BSE (bovine spongiform encephalopathy). BSE is known since 1983, but there may have cattle with this disease before.