Re: Gender differences

Gil Hardwick (
Fri, 26 May 1995 01:38:20 GMT

In article <3q0a1o$>, Bryant ( writes:
>I don't recall an explicit discussion, although South American polygamous
>societies tend to send their women off somewhere to birth, and many
>simply abandon the infant after examination. I encourage anybody
>interested in child abuse or infanticide in humans to read Daly &
>Wilson's book.

Problem with your patent inability to earn credibility here, Bryant
old scrotum, is the emotive language with which you choose to expose
your intent in pursuing these "anthropological researches" of yours.

The shuffling of second- and third-hand literary sources does not an
anthropologist make, nor does your presumption before the fact of
these phenomena in any way constituting abuse of children, or even
their murder.

What are you in fact, old boy? One of these fruitcake American Right
To Lifers, or some similarly self-righteous moralising lobby group, or
some such organisation?

I wonder yet what you bother doing here intruding so upon the work of
anthropology? You and Brother Gerold alike. Why do you both persist
so, and persist so in your continued pathetic attempts to abuse and
ridicule anyone who queries your use of this conference or ours?

I have an interesting book here on The Right To Lifers, by Connie
Paige, subtitled Who are they; How they operate; Where do they get
their money.

Illuminating reading . . .