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A little boy and girl had just been introduced and were trying to decide what game to play, and the little boy said, “I have an idea — let’s play baseball.” But the little girl said, “Oh, no, I wouldn’t want to do that; baseball is a boy’s game. It’s not feminine to run around on a dusty vacant lot. No, I wouldn’t want to play baseball.” So the boy replied, “Okay, then, let’s play football.” She answered, “Oh, no, I wouldn’t play football. That’s even less feminine. I might fall and get dirty. No, that’s not a girl’s game.” He said, “Okay, I’ve got an idea. I’ll race you to the corner.” She replied, “No, girls play quiet games; we don’t run and get all sweaty. Girls should never race with boys.” The boy then scratched his head, trying to think of what she might want to do, and finally he said, “Okay, then, let’s play house.” She said, “Good! I’ll…

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