My Lightbulb Moment: The Genders & Cooking

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In the exasperated moment when that, yes, admittedly sexist, sentence came out of my mouth, everything changed for me.

Cooking as a Way of Life

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For Howard Lewis, cooking is not just a thing you do, but an expression of family and love.

“I knew that I wouldn’t be allowed to try cooking and I never knew of any positive male role models growing up that cooked.”

A man that knows what he's doing.

Nick says. shares his theories on why he isn’t a better cook on the comment of the day: “I don’t want to know whether men can or can’t cook — I want to know WHY they do or don’t cook.”

“I don’t want to know whether men can or can’t cook — I want to know WHY they do or don’t cook.”

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This is a comment by Kap on the post “What Every Man Should Know… About Cooking: 6/8″.

“Saying men only shack up because of sex or 1950′s reasoning reduces men to mere sex objects.”

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This is a comment by ogwriter on the post “Breaking News from Fox columnist: Women aren’t Women Anymore”.