The Battle of the Sexes

This has got to be the best comment on Kim du Toit’s essay:

…Men are angry, and they have a right to be. But women aren’t the enemy.

The same forces that want to take toy guns away from boys want to take Barbies away from girls. The same people who want to emasculate men are trying to defeminize women.

I am the only woman in my office. When the guys go to play golf with a business prospect, I am happy to stay behind and run the office. I don’t want to learn to play golf. When my customers call me “sweetie” on the phone, I flirt back instead of biting their heads off. I wear flowery dresses instead of adopting the polo shirt and dockers wardrobe that the men wear.

The people who are trying to criminalize masculinity would denounce me as a traitor to the cause.

It’s not the pussification of men. It’s the androgenization of men and women. It isn’t the Battle of the Sexes. It’s a battle of ideologies. Not left vs. right or Dems vs. Pubs, but Socialism vs. Individual Responsibility. And there are women, and men, on both sides of the divide….

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This is especially true when you consider how the dominant American culture, the one that built America up to a superpower, has been damaged, infiltrated, and de-legitimatized.

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One Comment on “The Battle of the Sexes”

  1. Rose Says:

    Heh – she’s right! Good points.

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