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petition to gyms to put weights and equipment in the men's locker-room

call me sexist, but i prefer to exercise with members of my own gender. until more men are as sexist as i am, and until there is more of a call for men-only fitness centers, i ask gyms to meet me halfway.

i am an above-average man with the average man's body-strength. sometimes i feel like i'm a member of the shorter/smaller/weaker gender, simply because i am shorter and smaller and weaker than the athletic men i envy. i'm not above-average in my physical-appearance, but i am above-average in the fact that i am a man who is compassionate and feeling enough to see how masculinity in general hurts the "strong" woman's sense of pride. i am not a bully, i do not want people to feel bullied, therefore i do not want to insult girls or hurt the big facade of pride that "strong" women carry around 24/7. furthermore, i do not want to be in the gym and flaunting my testosterone-enabled body's abilities in front of the "strong" woman's disabilities. i am too compassionate and not unfeeling enough to be curling an 80-pound barbell when i've read online of how some "strong" dumbbells struggle with curling a 20-pound woman. whoops, let me try that again: i am too compassionate and not unfeeling enough to be curling an 80-pound barbell when i've read online of how some "strong" women struggle with curling a 20-pound dumbbell.

i am requesting that all gyms and fitness-centers put their heavy weights in the men's locker-room, for the men to build manly muscle in private, as an act of compassion towards the "strong" woman's weak sense of pride and/or gender-identity. curves fitness centers have the right idea, "if you can't beat 'em, ban 'em," but i understand that all gyms cannot be sexist enough to ban men and stay in business. therefore, all gyms should put their heavy weights in the men's locker-room, just to meet the "strong" women halfway.

dylan terreri, i
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