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More rationing of the pvssy or a lesbian meetup (which are plentiful on meetup.com by the way).
 
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Can say 100% that isn't happening where I live.

There are a few weird hippy groups though where I get a swingerish vibe and just avoid.
 

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More rationing of the pvssy or a lesbian meetup (which are plentiful on meetup.com by the way).
I noticed this summer in Toronto that number of female bikers is more than men. I was going to write a thread here about this subject but you already started one.
I noticed young men more into getting a sport car , while women more into getting bikes .
I am not a movies fan , but my guess there might be many movies lately when women are riding bikes.
 
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I noticed this summer in Toronto that number of female bikers is more than men. I was going to write a thread here about this subject but you already started one.
I noticed young men more into getting a sport car , while women more into getting bikes .
I am not a movies fan , but my guess there might be many movies lately when women are riding bikes.
I live in Toronto too and 9/10 when I see a woman on a motorcycle she has a Quebec license plate. They love their bikes there. Every time I drive to Montreal in the summer there are alway mixed gendered groups on the 401.
 
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What’s wrong with Canada eh?
;)
Like another planet or something XD

Don't really remember the last I saw a woman riding a motorbike tbh. Proper conservative and beautiful English countryside, and not sure how we'd take a gay pride rally or a lesbian biker group. Probably people would get on to the council or whatever.
 
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Like another planet or something XD

Don't really remember the last I saw a woman riding a motorbike tbh. Proper conservative and beautiful English countryside, and not sure how we'd take a gay pride rally or a lesbian biker group. Probably people would get on to the council or whatever.
Well, I can’t say that the majority of women I’ve seen riding hogs down the highway looked much different then their male peers, so there’s probably a few dyke and bike groups out there. Not that I have anything against that, which I’m required to say, being Canadian and all...

Have you been to Canada? I’m sure it’s a lot different than the UK, depending on where you go. Newfoundland is the closest you will get to the English/Irish culture as 95% of everyone there are Irish/English descendants, including myself (family goes back to Cork).
 

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What’s wrong with Canada eh?
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Gender war in Canada is very steep, many women now shaving their head like military or fully shaved , they just look like men. I wounder what is wrong with them. I might be old fashion, but hopefully some one can explain to me why they want to look such ugly and nasty by shaving their heads and wearing manly clothes.
 
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Gender war in Canada is very steep, many women now shaving their head like military or fully shaved , they just look like men. I wounder what is wrong with them. I might be old fashion, but hopefully some one can explain to me why they want to look such ugly and nasty by shaving their heads and wearing manly clothes.
Depends on what part of Canada you are referring to. It’s a massive country but people not from here usually attribute the major cities as the overall vibe of the country and the major cities are pretty different from small town Canada.
Also, being PC is very surface level. People don’t want to stir the pot at work, school, etc because of the fear of being accused of racism, sexism etc but when people get to know you and are comfortable with you, you get to see that what their views are. Toronto is like one face for public life and one face for private life. That’s how I see it anyway. I think it’s one of the reasons why people are a bit more reserved here, imo.
 

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This article is pretty spot-on. I have known quite a few female riding groups and I see a lot of female riders, the reasons for female-only riding groups stated are spot on. Women know they can't compete with men.
 

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I noticed this summer in Toronto that number of female bikers is more than men. I was going to write a thread here about this subject but you already started one.
I noticed young men more into getting a sport car , while women more into getting bikes .
I am not a movies fan , but my guess there might be many movies lately when women are riding bikes.
The only females associated with bikers I want to have around are the ones that are featured in biker magazines. :cool:
 

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Gender war in Canada is very steep, many women now shaving their head like military or fully shaved , they just look like men. I wounder what is wrong with them. I might be old fashion, but hopefully some one can explain to me why they want to look such ugly and nasty by shaving their heads and wearing manly clothes.
Miss Canada:
 

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Here buddy, a picture of an Indonesian Go-jek (ride hailing service) female rider.

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Even in a Muslim majority country, there's no problem with women riding bikes for fun or for making a decent living.
Oh my, I'd probably get a woody riding in the seat behind her. :p
 

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Depends on what part of Canada you are referring to. It’s a massive country but people not from here usually attribute the major cities as the overall vibe of the country and the major cities are pretty different from small town Canada.
Also, being PC is very surface level. People don’t want to stir the pot at work, school, etc because of the fear of being accused of racism, sexism etc but when people get to know you and are comfortable with you, you get to see that what their views are. Toronto is like one face for public life and one face for private life. That’s how I see it anyway. I think it’s one of the reasons why people are a bit more reserved here, imo.
I never being in too many places, but I see male hating every where. women at work take every apportunity to tear men down
Miss Canada:
I meet such ugly faces everyday when I go to work. they talk very loudly and have that evil vibe in their face.
 

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Depends on what part of Canada you are referring to. It’s a massive country but people not from here usually attribute the major cities as the overall vibe of the country and the major cities are pretty different from small town Canada.
Also, being PC is very surface level. People don’t want to stir the pot at work, school, etc because of the fear of being accused of racism, sexism etc but when people get to know you and are comfortable with you, you get to see that what their views are. Toronto is like one face for public life and one face for private life. That’s how I see it anyway. I think it’s one of the reasons why people are a bit more reserved here, imo.
Agreed
 
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