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."
I don’t have a personal blog, so sometimes I let things flow onto here that aren’t RFN related I’m trying to not do it as much.
If you are interested in feminism/body positivity/sex positivity, here are some amazing people on Tumblr that articulate far better than I can.
Fox News contributor Jedediah Bila, arguing that feminist women rely on the government to be “their big daddy.”