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if (!isset($woman))
{
$cry = false;
}

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  • 0
    wish i could double ++ that.
  • 3
    //so therefore

    if(woman) {
    cry = true; // ??
    }

    it seems like this is somehow wrong and that i should be upset about this, but i can't quite put my finger on why..
  • 3
    @arminiae It probably because we treat woman as objects
  • 0
    @arminiae
    // the inverse would be
    if (! isset($woman))
    {
    cry=true
    }

    So if woman is non exist, cry
    If woman does exist, don't cry.
  • 2
    @arminiae

    not my words arminiae, the somewhat sexist words of Bob Marley!
  • 0
    Logically,
    !woman => !cry
    does not imply:
    woman => cry

    It implies:
    cry => woman
  • 0
    @arminiae It is upsetting, because most forms of "men are like this, women are like that" diminish a person to their gender. Tell me your gender and I'll tell you who you are :(
    Most disturbing IMO is that the more we hear these false truths, the more they become true. Kids and teenagers hear that and let it define them.
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