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Dorothy Sayers must have been quite a woman back in her day I appreciate that what she had to say was straightforward intelligent and full of personality Right off the bat she lets her audience know that she isnt to be stuck in the category of being a feminist but she doesnt seem to have let anyone take away her right to be heard The way she went about addressing the issue of male vs female was comical and made me laugh out loud while reading She wasnt funny because of pithy puns or jokes but because her points were so basic and true that it seemed she thought it was absurd to have to lecture on the differences and similarities between men and women In both essays she makes light of the fact both men and women are human with the same humanistic tendencies thoughts and behaviors So even for the burliest manly-man the closest thing in all of nature to him would be a woman because she is also human Sayers in her first essay notes how she believes that basic facts like thisthat both men and women are humanhave been forgotten as the war between male and female continues to build I personally enjoyed her last point in her first essay when she reminds her audience that no human enjoys work Men had been taking every complaint uttered from a woman in the workplace to mean that she didnt belong there when in fact working is a curse No body likes to work all day And it is so true I dont like work but it has to get done if I am going to support myself through school And that is why I am atMoodyto become educated in ministry so one day I will hopefully be able to work a job I love I also found amusing in Sayers second essay The Human-Not-Quite Human where she plays a role reversal
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