I've come up with yet another way that the feminist ideology is fundamentally flawed. Feminists are supposed to be fighting for women and the rights of women, but really, at the heart of their argument, is the belief that it's bad to be a woman. Stay with me here. From the beginning of time, women were the caregivers. They took care of the home and the children. Women were feminine in nature, they had a tendency towards emotion. This slant towards emotion is what allowed them the compassion and empathy they needed to be nurturing. They were more modest and gentle in nature. Feminists have told us that it's not o.k. to be women. We should be like men. In order to prove our equality, we need to prove that we are just like men. Apparently, they are the ones that believe that men are better.
What's wrong with being a woman? What's wrong with wanting to take care of your home, husband and children? What's wrong with embracing your femininity? In my eyes, the feminist are much worse towards women than the "male oppressors". Atleast the men only wanted us to be women....the feminists told us we're not good enough as women...we need to be like men. Aside from the radical feminists who hate men anyways, who's really happier now that feminism has had it's say? Judging from the number of women out there complaining about how chivalry's dead and the lack of men to marry, judging from the number of angry, bitter or just plain fed-up men, and judging from the number of children growing up in single parent homes, I'm guessing not too many.
Feminism has robbed women of their identity and told them to be something they were never meant to be. What happens when someone tries to be something they're not and deny their true nature? They're unhappy and disatisified. They're forever looking for whatever it is that will make them feel whole and complete. Their relationships are doomed to failure because they'll never find someone to 'complete' them, because they themselves are incomplete. This also applies to men. How content can they be in life or relationships if they're denied the right to be men? Men need to feel like the king of their castle, they need to be the protector and provider of their family. If not allowed to fill their role as 'man', how can a woman expect him to act as a man. Everything woman complain about not getting from their man, they'd get if they allowed their man to be a man, and in turn allowed themselves to be a woman.