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Old August 14th, 2007, 9:35 am
criostoir  Male.gif criostoir is offline
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Re: Rubeus Hagrid: Character Analysis

Originally Posted by Yoana View Post
And not only literature. It's in everyday life. And it's because men have been the prestigeous sex for the better part of human history, and still sre, actually, so it's always good to have their characteristics.
The question, though, is if they are the prestidigious sex. Sorry.

No, you're right. Women can wear pants and still be women, but men can't wear dresses and still be men. (Excepting kilts.) Women can earn money and still be women, but men can't raise children and still be men.

Minerva can be a tough, intelligent, often powerful witch and still be a strong character; but when Hagrid (arguably the toughest, manliest man physically) shows his motherly side, he's comic relief.


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