(Children's Bureau, Administration for Children and Families)
. Personally, I see a quagmire worse than the Middle East
war right here. Then you have the “If we had female rulerswe’d have world peace” what feminist fail time and again to realize is that women have ruled
empires and nations, but then again that knowledge comes from doing independent research, a task feminists tend to avoid, instead relying upon fictitious dogma. Hell did you know that the Reigning queens who superseded King Henry the VIII committed more crimes against humanity than Hitler
did! That is where we get the name Bloody Marry.
Life isn't fair. Is neither physiology, nor society. Society is fluid (much to the dismay of some); valuescan change for better or worse. Do not most faiths and philosophies insist that one of humankind'shighest duties is to make life better for other humans? Physiology on the other hand can't bechanged but with expensive, radical surgery available to few and not widely desired
viva ladifference is the prevailing opinion now, which is great positive reinforcement when used correctly.But that leaves only social reform as a means of leveling the playing field, and there is plenty of room for improvement. By far most victims of abuse and violent crimes are women. Paydiscrimination is still rampant (in the USA, the average Caucasian woman still makes only 78 centsfor every dollar a man of the same ethnicity makes for the same job, and minorities fare worse) and justified in the minds of some of our politicians (see the case of Ms. Ledbetter vs. the Goodyear Tireplant). And when it comes to unintended children, women are far more likely to be financiallyrestricted or ruined. These specters still haunt women of this day, and it was far worse before theearly 20th century, when women had no power to do anything about it. One can see this universalpre-feminism frustration in myriad diverse literature: female characters in Geoffrey Chaucer'sCanterbury Tales, Murasaki Shikibu's The Tale of Genji, Christine de Pizan's The City of Ladies,Henrik Isben's A Doll's House, and Kate Chopin's The Awakening. In late Ming- and Qing-DynastyChina, some women (who were not allowed to learn how to read) developed their own secret script,called Nushu, to vent frustrations and, more fundamentally, to have a way to communicate beyondthe boundaries of their homes which they could rarely if ever leave.
I’ll ignore the grammar,
women learning to read and have college education has lead to things like SCUM and proposition 777, both the blueprints to genocide against men, and countless fictional books that follow these forms of doctrine create utopias. You are half right society is fluid and unfair towards men, when boys and men are rape victims the cops laugh and the news papers come up
with the top ten sexiest female sex offenders. Colleges create programs like women’s cente
rs despite the fact their policies force men out of higher learning at exponential rates, and the second
the thought of a men’s center comes to mind feminists are the first to rally against it screaming male
privilege, of course this is all empirical data
so maybe it’s just painting feminists in a bad light. Now if
women actually did 8.14 hours of work a day instead of 7.75 hours of work a day in an 8 hour day their 78 cents maybe a dollar, and if you died at work more often instead of calling in sick when that time of the month hits, you would make a dollar. Hell here is a piece of the wage gap you prepensely