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1. Here, pilots were at the mercy of rulebooks written by men who’d never looked up from their desks, much less actually flown, and yet fancied themselves the gods of the skies.
2. In that a 2-gendered human race must have one sex subordinate to the other in order to work and such a subordinate factor was even built into our genetic makeup? What if perfect equality would have simply kicked the whole human process into neutral? Considering the many eloquent arguments presented by men of science and religion and all those fine philosophical ponderings, they have made a strong case for a "natural law of subordination" with half submitting to "subjection" just as the Bible and the boys' other rulebooks direct.

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