Dating & Relationships

Can chivalry and feminism coexist?

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4 Responses to Dating & Relationships

  1. adguru101 says:

    I’ve always defined myself as a feminist and I say, “Yes”. Chivalry is good manners and doesn’t have to indicate anything demeaning or dismissive. It’s nice if someone opens a door for you, but whoever gets there first should do it. On the other hand, there’s a point where chivalry can become absurd — such as a woman sitting in the car waiting for a man to race around the other side to open her door for her. xx Alisa

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  2. wynneleon says:

    What an interesting question! I think of both as respect – respect for others and respect for oneself. They go well together and can be worn by either gender. 🙂

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