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What does peace look like to you?

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What does peace look like to you?

Postby Tim » Sat 8 Apr 2006 14:26 GMT

If you're the kind of woman who knows what peace looks like and can catch it in a photo then you might want to enter a competition organised by The International Women's Development Agency entitled Women's Eye on Peace II.

If you're a man, too bad, but you might have female acquaintances who'd be interested!

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Postby CustomStrat » Sun 9 Apr 2006 15:57 GMT

Are there any such competitions that are open only to men? Or would that be too discriminatory?
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Postby Savannah_Alan » Sun 9 Apr 2006 23:12 GMT

Exactly what I thought MIke. I was poised over the keyboard and then thought: "Ah, let it go (again)".

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Postby Kay » Mon 10 Apr 2006 20:37 GMT

Dunno how such a thing would go down in Thailand. It's maybe an urban myth but I've heard it's the only country in the world which has official forms with: Male/Female/Other. :twisted: Gender really isn't an issue here.

Back to the point - I wouldn't enter a photo competition for women on the basis that if I won I might wonder how many men might've had better photos but weren't allowed to enter. Nah, I'd rather compete on equal terms.

I understand that you men feel excluded. From my side, I feel insulted that they feel the need to keep men out so that a woman might be in with a chance of winning.
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Postby Jaymz » Sat 22 Apr 2006 14:13 GMT

it's the only country in the world which has official forms with: Male/Female/Other. Gender really isn't an issue here.

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