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'Class for Ladies' in Wuhan Textile University


13:50, April 26, 2012

Female students are taking lessons to behave like an elegant lady in Wuhan Textile University. The "Class for Ladies" was set up in 2009 by Wuhan Textile University, aiming to foster modern ladies who are supposed to talk decently, write beautifully and walk gracefully.(Photo by Zhang Chang)

Edited and translated by Liang Jun,People's Daily Online

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PD User at 2012-04-27175.139.37.*
It's time to completely emphasize the huge difference between a man and a woman, and explain to the society scientifically so a scientific approach can be used to promote both sexes, and play to their individual strength. Yes genetically there is a huge difference between male and female, each with their own innate abilities, the time for social science debate with no scientific facts to back it up is over.
Cais at 2012-04-27175.139.37.*
This kind of profession are suited to women, Men are naturally inventors and have a more creative mindset, and natural leaders, women are naturally graceful no one can doubt that, but it's also not okay to twist reality, it will backfire on the women who voice such views and cause social disharmony.
Cai at 2012-04-26112.202.179.*
Women are naturally graceful; they without practice talk decently, write beautifully and walk gracefully. I believe men, who are naturally a brute, are more in need of these kinds of lessons.

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