… I mean FEMINIST…
[Disclaimer: I'm not as big of a prick as this may make me sound.] I had a thought today… That Sexism is an invented word.
I think that if they were less angry and thought for the other half of a second, they would have called it Genderism, because it’s being prejudice against a gender. I am not sexist, because I love sex, and I have no prejudice towards sex at all.
But I digress… Back to my original rambling.
Before the femenist movement, you had a division of labor; labor inside the home, and labor outside the home, and they both sucked. My own mother (the ex Black Panther) talked about the feminist movement as a mistake women made.
Men went from protecting them (for the most part), and sheltering them from the monsters of the world to competing against them. The feminist push for women to work outside of the home created a stigma against those who still chose to remain in the home.
My mother was a working mom, my wife is a working mom, but my wife’s grandma was more of the traditional role. This is not a discussion about right or wrong, but just to think. Consider what is happening in society now? More and more men are staying home. Was this the point of the feminist movement; for men to be thrust into “women’s work” and roles and to try and vouche for equal consideration as equally capable in those positions? Was it to work in their career, get knocked-up, spit out a kid, wean/pump/formulize them, then head off into the corporate sunset again?
Did men finally realize that they miss less sports when they’re home all day?
I was just thinking!