Why didn't we just teach them to worship us for making them happy rather than try to whack off their balls and tell them they're inferior?
Now we've entered an age where most women have two jobs to manage because as much as we nag our men to get the household chores "done right", they simply don't always have a knack for it. Yeah, that's right...women are inherently better at domestic chores and raising children. Men are inherently better at bringing home the bacon and protecting the family. As politically incorrect as that statement is in this day and age, it's still 100% true. So, thanks a lot feminists for landing us with double duty!
Take a peek at some fairly embittered men who apparently don't think much of the feminist movement either. I'm still reserving my opinion of Vox Day and his readers as I just don't know enough about them yet to support them one way or the other, but they make some good points which are worth considering in respect to the feminist movement.
And, of course, the Grand Poobah of Atheist Fundamentalism certainly values the feminist movement because it may perhaps be one of the reasons for the decline of the church.
PZ Myer's comments along with the article he quotes from...
One interesting hypothesis for why it's [decline in church attendance] happening is that we can thank, in part, feminism.Women — the traditional mainstays of institutional religion — in huge numbers abruptly rejected the church's patriarchal exemplar of them as chaste, submissive "angels in the house" with all of the social and moral responsibility for community and family but none of the authority.
Unable to find acceptable religious role models or religious ideals that were not painful or oppressive, they reconstructed their identities as secular and sexual beings.
As they progressed into university graduate and professional schools and entered the work force, their horizons broadened and they discovered ways of serving that were more valuable than doing dishes and running church picnics.
I don't know how solid the data is on that claim, but it's at least intuitively attractive. Mothers are typically far more influential on their children's religious belief than fathers, at least in my experience, so anything that draws women away from the church is going to have strong effects.
Unfortunately, I've had first hand experience watching a few women shove men right out of church leadership. IMHO, it is doing serious damage to the church.
On another note, did you catch the NOW (National Organization of Women) rant about the Kennedy's recent endorsement of Obama? Yeah, they were seriously ticked off because they want their *woman* in the Oval Office.
From this article...
"Women have just experienced the ultimate betrayal," NOW's New York State chapter said in a scorching rebuke. "Senator Kennedy's endorsement of Hillary Clinton's opponent in the Democratic presidential primary campaign has really hit women hard."
"We are repaid with his abandonment!" the statement said. "He's picked the new guy over us. He's joined the list of progressive white men who can't or won't handle the prospect of a woman president who is Hillary Clinton."
The group said it was our obligation to "elect, unabashedly, a president that is the first woman after centuries of men who 'know what's best for us.'"
You can listen to a video clip of the President of the NYC NOW chapter here.
Their single reason for endorsing Hillary is to put a women in office hoping that she'll push their agenda as far as they demand, and Hillary promises to do so.
Like I said, I personally prefer strong men, and I was very blessed to find the perfect one for me. Mr. FtK teases me that it would take an alpha male to deal with me, but he's full of it. I'm a perfectly submissive wife...most of the time.
Now, look at those men. I often brag that if life as we know it blows up in our faces, Mr. FtK would manage to take care of our needs. He'd keep us safe and warm with food on the table regardless of what happened. He is ALPHA MALE...hear him roar. He worships me and I bow before him...it works.