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Yvonne DiVita

Excellent point, Da Goddess. We hope the general public does not take this post as an invitationt to overdo drinking. We do not approve of that sort of thing. However, it is interesting that men become more aggressive after a few drinks. Hmmm...now, who out there still thinks men and women should be marketed to as human beings, regardless of gender? It DOES make a difference, in all ways, not just with alcohol.

Da Goddess

Regarding the bit on women being "better at holding their liquor" - there is no mention of the fact that women do not possess a specific enzyme that breaks down alcohol the way men do. Women may behave better when drinking, but the fact is, we are at risk for becoming intoxicated quicker due to the lack of enzymes. Our blood alcohol levels are often much higher than men's after the same number of drinks.

Just some food for thought.

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