Chivalry is not dead. It is not being taught as often now. My sons (I
have 4)have always been taught to hold a door, give up a seat on the
bus for someone who needs it, say please and thank you, just be as
polite to others as they would like to be treated because that is what
I have feel is correct. These goes for women as well as men, but you
would not believe that people that act offended when offered.
"John" <sunflash@...> wrote:
> I was out at the bar on new years and one of my female friends said
> something rather interesting to me, according to her the whole idea
> chivalry and what it stands for is dead, I disagree with her but I'm
> curious to see what you all think of how we can apply Chivalry to
> modern life.