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27 June 2012


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But is the fact that the men aren't buying them (or publicly reading them) mean the feel more shame than women, not less? Just a thought.


Ah, NKOTB - your Dad really loves you. My father would not have purchased Menudos for me, for love or money or anything.


Ha! My lovely dad asked for Matt Cardle's CD for me, though he made sure to tell the shop assistant it was for his daughter. :-)


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I agree with the first commenter. I'm not sure I follow BookRiot's logic. As a guy, I don't mind reading girly books at home, and even posting blogs about them, but I'd rather not be seen reading something like ttyl or 50 Shades of Grey in public because I'd be embarrassed if people caught me reading either one.

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