As humans we tend to think in generalizations. Would you fault a child for saying the sky is blue? It most certainly isn't but we accept this as fact. No one is being hurt by saying "girls do not drink as well as men." In fact, no one is even hurt when someone says "girls are not as strong as men." Sure, there are some girls certainly stronger than most men, but it's not comparable. Things become "stereotypes" because there are some truth to them, whether you like it or not. It's up to you to decide if you will be offended by them. All stereotypes are not bad, regardless of the negative connotation some people put on them (in fact, that's a very black and white view of stereotypes, which I'm sure you'd agree is not the best way to view anything. Everything should be taken case by case. Murder is not per say bad, depending on the situation. The holocaust was, but there are others that are justified). I only responded to the original poster because they were somehow "disappointed" in JT over this. I think that's pathetic and I stand by that.