|Re: Gender differences and filters to joining||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: lilbert (lilbertearthlink.net)|
|Date: Fri, 29 Dec 2000 14:06:32 -0700 (MST)|
Thanks for the clarification, Rob. It illustrates my point the cohousing men and women aren't all THAT different from the rest of the world. I think that your community might be too upper class normal for me, too(Yeah, I *know* what those houses cost-you're dreaming if you think you're middle class!), for lots of reasons we've discussed here frequently, feminism aside. It is good to have all kinds of cohousing groups, and to remember that every group is different. If it were possible to to just build the same thing over and over, it wouldn't be cohousing! I hope that our diversity grows as our numbers grow. Liz ---------- > > I don't know what this woman wanted exactly, but I took from her comments > that Sharingwood was too middle class normal for her. I take no offense at > such things, things are what they are and there are lots of other > communities in the NW to choose from. But the experience opened my eyes a > bit, as tourists often do, about things I don't see. > > Rob Sandelin
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