“If people let government decide what foods they eat and what medicines they take, their bodies will soon be in as sorry a state as are the souls of those who live under tyranny.” Thomas Jefferson
Friday, April 24, 2009
I was catching up on my reading at Ladies against Feminism this morning (you can click on the widget in the right hand column to go there) and it got me to thinking. I run into many women who are feminists because they have been deceived into thinking that it is a noble cause. Recently, I was with one such woman on an outing who is a dear person to me. We were talking about a particular event that was relegated to men only and she got very upset that women were not allowed to participate. While it does not bother me that there are activites and venues for men only, because I have been liberated by the grace of God Almighty from the idea of having to do everything a man does, she was visibly angry and upset. So it made me think (I know this tends to be dangerous). Women who have bought into the feminism lie are angry much of the time. They live their lives in a state of anger because they can't play too. Is it so terrible that men have their own activites where they can just be men and not have to worry about "ladies being present"? Do these women enjoy being angry so much? Personally, I find it nice that there are a few things that men can do that they can just be men and socialize as men. My husband has one activity that is male only. Everywhere else in his life he is drowning in the deep end of the estrogen pool. So should I be angry that he has this one small tiny bit of time to be with other men and just be a man? Absolutely not, this is just another ridiculous sentiment of socialist feminism and its attempt at castrating the male population. Women need to stop being angry all the time about what they are not allowed to participate in and celebrate what they can participate in. Ladies, it is a blessing to be a lady and we should be delighted in that and we should delight that our husbands wish and desire to be men.