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« on: July 20, 2016, 06:57:24 PM »
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Would it offend you--I think it would offend males, most--if: A man asked you: "Not to pay so much attention to his daughters" ?

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       Let's say, you don't (Honestly!!).
       You might have said a civil: "Good Day" to all of them, father included.

       I, personally resent his insinuation.
  This person insisted he did not :"Insinuate  anything. Just saying."
  Not meanin' to sound paranoid like the father, but, someone just saying that is an insinuation.

   Two fathers  I asked  said they would get p'sd off. Both say they were justified to get angry. Both had raised a daughter and went thru this protective phase-to have someone insinuate they lust over anyone's daughter seems to them as if they would lust after their own. Hence their ire.

  Am I being reasonable? I, in this situation got on the defensive. I even took offense to his insisting I don't:   "Trip on it".  See above for my justification.
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« Reply #1 on: August 12, 2016, 10:29:21 PM »
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Not at all. I think that's normal.
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« Reply #2 on: August 14, 2016, 08:54:36 AM »
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Thanx for an answer. Smiley

You mean, a man being offended is normal?

Or, the father's  feelings?

As I said, all fathers I polled would take exception to this, as   this man in scenario insinuates  incestual thoughts  with their own daughters.  

My brother then thought and tempered his answer: This man in scenario has gone thru 3 marriages, divorces, losing/regaining/losing visitation; finally getting custody. In this man's, but; not most, familial situations,  my brother could see an over-protectiveness, even a paranoia.  In his own and most Ozzie-Harriet situations; this would not occur. Gotta walk a  mile in other's shoes--goes both ways for a "normal" family, too. Respect has to go both ways or it's disrespecting one of them.
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