This is a wonderfully accurate description of men by Aurorawatcherak. Also don’t forget the male map reading skills and the female preference to have the map facing the direction she’s going in…
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What an interesting question to ask and answer, especially from an Alaska woman’s perspective.
I essentially grew up in a foreign country. Alaska in my childhood was a rugged frontier world that got limited television. The male-female ratio was four to one. Even today, Alaska has a fairly male-oriented culture. Women certainly participate fully in the society…
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