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The End of Men?

talltexanoilfieldtrash Wrote: Oct 04, 2012 4:44 PM
I do all the yard work, and she does most of the house work, because I work more hours than she does. I help her in the house, but am not expected to be the house-husband. We are both happy, as opposed to the drone I married first. My earnings are about 3 times what her's are. Does that make me a chauvanist pig? Nope! I am doing what I was taught; the man is head of the house, and loves his wife, and family, as much as Christ loves His Church(His followers, who practice ALL his teachings) He taught that the greatest love is to lay down your life for those you love. Any questions what that means? A hint; It does not mean that men are bullies, nor does it mean they are p****whipped into being "good little servants to their wife", it...
SMyles Wrote: Oct 04, 2012 6:34 PM
I think that was very stated tall. Didn't read like a high horse at all.
talltexanoilfieldtrash Wrote: Oct 04, 2012 5:01 PM
can a man make a child without the womb of a woman? NO! THEY ARE BOTH NECESSARY FOR THE PROCESS OF PROPOGATING THE HUMAN RACE.
Now I will climb down off my high-horse and take my leave.
talltexanoilfieldtrash Wrote: Oct 04, 2012 4:59 PM
continued from above
It means that you take the responsibility seriously when you say "I do", and when you bring a child into this world, you raise them to be good citizens and guide them in the way they should live, in harmony with others.
This blathering about men becoming effeminate and toys for women is just as asinine as thinking women are less of a person than a man. The "War on women" that the leftist keep blathering about is a bunch of trash talk! If there is a war going on, it is stupid women thinking they are a sub-race of Homosapien that needs to prove their selves by subjugating the other half of the equasion that is Man+Woman makes a whole. Proof? Can a woman make another human without sperm from a man?

In her new book, "The End of Men," Hanna Rosin says we are on the verge of matriarchy.

Rosin doesn't exactly celebrate the demise of men, but she is puzzled by men's reluctance to let go of old gender roles: "The women take on new roles with gusto, while the men take them on only reluctantly."

It happens even in the upper classes. Steven, for example, is a househusband for his legal-eagle wife -- at least for now, while he goes to law school. "Hey if you want to win, you put your best batter on the plate,"...

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