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Topic: through gender?
Posted: Tuesday, October 30, 2018 7:09:02 AM
thar wrote:


She does not like saying to women 'we are both female, so you can trust me'. She does not want to use that fact - she would like to treat men and women equally.

But it is hard to tell without a wider context, and it does sound a bit odd.

thanks a millionApplause
Topic: through gender?
Posted: Tuesday, October 30, 2018 4:15:25 AM
dear friends: what does "through gender" mean in " ...she didn't like to talk to women through gender?
If the fixed expression "talk sb through sth" is used, should it be better to say "talk women through the gender?"

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