Being equal in worth, or value, is not the same as being identical, interchangeable beings. Men and women may be capable of doing many of the same things, but that doesn’t mean they want to. That we don’t have more female CEOs or stay-at-home dads proves this in spades.
Unless, of course, you’re beholden to feminism. In that case, you’ll believe the above is evidence of discrimination. You’ll believe what feminists taught you to believe: that gender is a social construct.
Those of us with children know better. We know little girls love their dolls and boys just want to kick that ball. This doesn’t mean men can’t take care of babies or women can’t play sports. It just means each gender has its own energy that flows in a specific direction. For God’s sake, let it flow.
Suzanne Venker, crusader against the war on men, for Fox News.
Venker is quickly becoming the most misinformed Fox contributor / my least favorite person of the year.
"I actually think that everything has become so sexualized now that women who does don’t think its as stigmatizing as it was before. There’s something about feminism that let’s [women] know I can do everything that a man does. I can even go after that young boy. I deserve it. Forty is the new fifty, yeah! I’ll even marry him and the parents go, ‘Okay!’"
"It’s okay if your guy’s in charge. It’s okay if you don’t drive the car. In fact, it’s rather liberating."
"Historically, if you look back through all the elections throughout time, women have gone Democrat, they do lean Democrat. I think that’s because in a large part the feminist movement has been telling women for a long time that Democrats are their ally, and somehow these big government policies have become their friend. They have sort of exchanged the values of self-sufficiency and autonomy in favor of government dependence. Instead of relying on men, now they’re relying on government to be their big daddy or whatever you want to call it."
Fox News contributor Jedediah Bila, arguing that feminist women rely on the government to be “their big daddy.”