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Old 09-09-2020, 11:12 PM
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Womenís rights? Please.

Who are the ones who bear the burden of childbirth and childcare whilst having to attend to demanding jobs? Apart from working 12-15 hours a day, we have to make sure our homes are well-taken care off as you men go drinking/playing after office hours.

That aside, who are the ones giving up their careers to mend the household just to offload menís responsibilities and ensure that men get to concentrate fully on their careers? WC has been there to make sure women donít get estranged unfairly without fair compensation despite giving up their lives and careers all for their man and their family.
Agreed. After all, there are far fewer househusbands than housewives and rare to find cases where husbands have been so disadvantaged by their family arrangements that they cannot maintain themselves after divorce. Women have sacrificed too much and still need to meet the demands of their careers these days.

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Agreed. After all, there are far fewer househusbands than housewives and rare to find cases where husbands have been so disadvantaged by their family arrangements that they cannot maintain themselves after divorce. Women have sacrificed too much and still need to meet the demands of their careers these days.
Iím tired of lawyering and want to be your house hubby. Donít worry, I have a progressive mindset and think men should also bear this burden with u. I will be glad to quit my job and cleaning the house and changing diapers while u go pursue your own career ambitions just make sure u gimme enough maintenance every month hor.


Where to apply ah?

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Agreed. After all, there are far fewer househusbands than housewives and rare to find cases where husbands have been so disadvantaged by their family arrangements that they cannot maintain themselves after divorce. Women have sacrificed too much and still need to meet the demands of their careers these days.
What a fallacious argument. Times have changed and women are climbing into senior positions much quicker than men due to latter needing to sacrifice years doing NS and ICT. Surely the WC should be abolished to free the judge from the constraints of an archiac tool so she can look at each case equally?

The feministic WC is singlehandedly the biggest factor driving our TFR and birth rates down.

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Womenís rights? Please.

Who are the ones who bear the burden of childbirth and childcare whilst having to attend to demanding jobs? Apart from working 12-15 hours a day, we have to make sure our homes are well-taken care off as you men go drinking/playing after office hours.

That aside, who are the ones giving up their careers to mend the household just to offload menís responsibilities and ensure that men get to concentrate fully on their careers? WC has been there to make sure women donít get estranged unfairly without fair compensation despite giving up their lives and careers all for their man and their family.
Lol wo man spotted
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What a fallacious argument. Times have changed and women are climbing into senior positions much quicker than men due to latter needing to sacrifice years doing NS and ICT. Surely the WC should be abolished to free the judge from the constraints of an archiac tool so she can look at each case equally?

The feministic WC is singlehandedly the biggest factor driving our TFR and birth rates down.
qft. nowadays with women rights movement we even have incompetent ministers like jo teo in parliament to make up a gender quota
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Can I still obtain a good TC if I only apply in Year 4? Any tips from seniors?
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Womenís rights? Please.

Who are the ones who bear the burden of childbirth and childcare whilst having to attend to demanding jobs? Apart from working 12-15 hours a day, we have to make sure our homes are well-taken care off as you men go drinking/playing after office hours.

That aside, who are the ones giving up their careers to mend the household just to offload menís responsibilities and ensure that men get to concentrate fully on their careers? WC has been there to make sure women donít get estranged unfairly without fair compensation despite giving up their lives and careers all for their man and their family.

Zeh zeh, if you are doing well in your career, dont settle down la

plenty of yandao boy boys in siam dius who will love to show you a good time
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Can I still obtain a good TC if I only apply in Year 4? Any tips from seniors?
It is possible, but I wouldn't count on it. Start with cold-emailing the HR depts of the various firms. Just because the time period stated on the application page of their websites is over doesn't mean they don't have slots. Things happen. People withdraw from TCs, they are open to hiring more etc.
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It is possible, but I wouldn't count on it. Start with cold-emailing the HR depts of the various firms. Just because the time period stated on the application page of their websites is over doesn't mean they don't have slots. Things happen. People withdraw from TCs, they are open to hiring more etc.
Yes to this.
Get a list of law firms and try each one. I did this back in the day. lol.
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The feministic WC is singlehandedly the biggest factor driving our TFR and birth rates down.
you are definitely not a lawyer or had to retake fam in part b. noob
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