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Originally posted by raul bloodworth
Originally posted by Unity_99
Nope nope nope, not into adrogeny. But anyway.....
Perhaps you may have to be, whether you like it or not
Originally posted by sleeper
Originally posted by resoe26
Maybe that's why there are so many homesexuals and cross-dressers these days?
Women can now go into battle, they have been battling for that right for many years. Why anyone in their right mind would want to go into battle is beyond comprehension. Fighting has been an exclusive, more or less, male aggressive desire. Now days women want some of that action and have made careers as police, firefighters and the military...presumably for more than just a paycheck, probably also for the adrenalin rush.
And many men have come out of the closet concerning homosexual preference and admitting that they enjoy the feminine side of life, and some choosing to be stay at home fathers.
It's possible that people don't have a choice when they are given a different gender and when they are born into that new gender they rebel or are drawn to do things that traditionally belonged to their previous gender.
Originally posted by kbrock1
In a matriarchal society women fought along side the men and were well respected. The current Patriarchal society have deemed women not as worthy as men, even though this has gotten better a lot of men are still sexist towards women thus pushing women to stand up for themselves against men. I hate seeing this because each gender should treat each other as equal not as a lesser because this is not true. As for past lives from what I can remember I have always been a woman and always in a war or battle of some sort.
4. Personality traits, personal preferences, and habits often persist from one incarnation to another.
5. Gender usually stays the same. In 90 percent of Dr. Stevenson’s cases, the child returns assuming the same sex as in the past lifetime. Thus, in ten percent of cases, gender is reversed from one lifetime to another.
6. Physical appearance is similar from one lifetime to another
As a small boy, James Leininger remembered a past lifetime as an American fighter pilot who died in combat in World War II. This case has similarities to the case of Robert, a German Bomber Pilot | Carl Edon, as in the Edon reincarnation case, a small boy in England remembered being a German bomber pilot who died on a bombing run in Britain. In both cases, small children had innate knowledge of World War II aircraft and it was their Christian, skeptical fathers who served as the primary researchers.