Sunday, August 5, 2007
What is this about
I'm sure you all know where I'm headed with the "equal but different" heading....yep, equality of the sexes. Personally, I've been disturbed for quite some time as to where we're going as far as defining equality. Many seem to think that if men and women are equal than that must mean that they are the same. Men and women are not and never will be the same. If you're religious (like I am) you understand that it is all part of God's grand design and that we are perfectly suited to complement each other. If you're not, then you realize that men and women evolved to best survive, each equipped with their own unique traits and abilities. Whether the insight of a higher power or the work of nature, it's all the same. Nowadays we see a lot of sites on the web by the misogynists and misandrists; vile, hateful places, seeing who can be the ugliest. The women, saying that men do nothing but evil and the world would be better off without their maligning influence; the men saying that women are subhuman, their only worth being what use they can be put to sexually. What a far, far way we've come from the days when men were their wive's heros, and women were cherished as wives and mothers. Now, believe it or not, this does still exist. I'm here to bare witness that there are men that love and cherish their wives and women who feel the same way about their husbands, but sadly, they are far from the norm. "Normal" is a 50% divorce rate, mutual infidelity dishonesty and selfishness. In my blog, I plan on musing over many topics, such as the rise of misandry and misogyny, the attack on men, feminism and what it's evolved into, the decay of morals and values in today's society, and the effect on our children of growing up in fatherless homes....among other things. To touch upon why I felt the need to start this blog, well, let's just say I was compelled. After reading much of the disparaging of men and women by the opposite sex that occurs on the web, I have a lot to say on the matter. So, I'm starting my own blog, where I can express my views (even if I'm the only one reading them) to my heart's content.