I have a question for you. If a post was published on an all-male flight crew taking a class of all boys to NASA, would it be seen as politically incorrect?
If the media posted on an educational event that excluded girls, they would be feathered and tared. Yet an all-female crew taking an all-girl class is seen as heroism.
Think I’m wrong? Look at the Boy Scouts. Not allowing girls to join this club, even though they had their own girl scouts, was sexist and therefore not tolerated.
To me, it looks like there’s a double standard here.
I am a woman and I am proud of this fact. I believe that I am capable of doing anything I put my mind to and should not be refused the right to do so.
With that said, I do not believe that because I am a woman that I am therefore better than a man or that a man’s rights should be taken from him simply because he is a man. I believe in the rights of both women and men equally.
The world is not perfect, I’ll give you that. This does not justify the right to take advantage of others simply because someone else took advantage of us or a member of our gender. Women should have rights and men should have rights and neither should come at the cost of the other group.
I honestly have no problem with an all-female flight crew taking a class of all girls. I am all for it.
What I am against is the fact that a group of men could not do the same thing with a class of boys.
The Best Solution For Women
If we as women wish to have equal rights as men then perhaps we should work on earning positions with men instead of taking rights away from them.
A combination crew of both men and women with a class of boys and girls would be greater evidence of equal rights between the sexes.
The feminist movement is doing more harm than good in my opinion. Instead of striving to have equal opportunities, we expect the male race to pay for the wrongs that have been committed in the past.
Women have the right to education, ownership, competitive work wages, and we can vote. We have come a long way and I am grateful to the women who have sacrificed for the rights we have today. My fear though is that we are on the verge of losing all that they fought for.
We have taken the rights granted to us and used them to push down the opposite gender instead of rising up alongside them. This was not the intention of the early day women’s rights movement and it is harming us more than helping us.
Women Need Men
If my post hasn’t offended you yet the title above might have just done it.
I’m not saying that a woman cannot be content and complete without a man in her life. I am a strong believer and living proof that a woman can be successful and happy without a man to provide this accomplishment for her.
What I am saying though is that society as a whole needs men. Not creeps, but men.
A true man is one that protects and provides at the cost of his own comfort, safety and even life. A true man serves others instead of pushing them down. A true man cares for others while a creep uses them.
Whether we want to admit it or not, we as women admire this kind of true man, as we should.
Unfortunate though, the feminist movement is killing off this kind of men. We condemn men for not being women.
As a result, we have wimpy, pathetic men who rely on the women in this world to care for them.
I can speak for all women when I say that there is nothing worse to deal with then a clingy, needy man. Yet we are the ones who made this mess.
You want to know a secret? Men need women too. It’s true.
That’s the crazy thing about this life is that we both need each other.
We as women have the power to build up or tear down a man just as they have the ability to harm us or value us.
My suggestion is that we focus on how we can best work together instead of having a He, She competitions.
This world is made up of all-woman… and all-men. Both need each other to make this world a better place.