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AlarmingAffect0 t1_jclv8h6 wrote

A woman in the early XXth century was never in chains?


YeeeahYouGetIt t1_jclvg0q wrote

This one apparently. Anybody who thinks sitting still makes them unnoticeable, of any gender or era, has never worn chains.


AlarmingAffect0 t1_jclvvwm wrote

Would you care to elaborate on this seemingly counterintuitive claim?


YeeeahYouGetIt t1_jclz9ho wrote

I suspect there is a misunderstanding taking place if you find my point (to review, my point is that people wearing chains notice that they are wearing chains) counterintuitive. I would be happy to elaborate further about my point if you can be a bit more specific about what our disagreement here is.


AlarmingAffect0 t1_jcmt2r3 wrote

> Anybody who thinks sitting still makes them unnoticeable

First, by 'them' do you mean the chains or the individual?

Second, are you familiar with the concept of Learned Helplessness?

Third, are you talking about literal chains?


YeeeahYouGetIt t1_jcn0h7b wrote

Of course I am talking about literal chains. That was explicit from the beginning.


AlarmingAffect0 t1_jcof82r wrote

You an S&M practitioner or something? Or have you been jailed or enslaved somewhere really backwards?

What about my other questions?


YeeeahYouGetIt t1_jcogvig wrote

Your other questions are irrelevant since they aren’t about literal chains. You’ve just missed the point, it’s a little obtuse but you’re fine unless you keep going now