Originally Posted by targa2
It may be politically incorrect to say but who cares. Historically women have never been much interested in anything technical. They don't create much of anything either. You doubt this ....really.
Name 5 things that a woman has conceived, designed , created , brought to the market place and kept in the market place for any length of time. I'll see you in 100 years. Maybe it will happen by then but I doubt it. Women don't create much.
Lets keep male centred things male centred. If women want to be part of it fine.
And yes. I am married and my wife agrees with me 100%
This is so true. I was so impressed and amazed to see it paraphrased so succinctly. You and your wife are such rebels to do away with those old fashion politically correct ideals.
What I myself would like to see is a South African style apartheid system separating the genders implemented here in the West. Why throw away a perfectly good system that works, just because black slavery is abolished in one corner of the world?
I would like to see Women restricted to the following activities:
- low paying jobs, or jobs which normally would be high paying if a guy was doing it. Capitalism cannot thrive where is not cheap labor. The trick is to get women to accept lesser pay than a man for doing the same job. And preferably, you want her to do twice as much work as the equivalent male would do. Make her feel that she should be a technician supermodel, that will do the trick and ruin her self esteem every time.
- Cooking (but not chefing) Chefing is a guy thing because there's some status & the allusion towards `pay' involved there . Women are not chefs, who get paid. They are cooks, who do it for free.
- Reproduction and nappy changing. No guy worth his salt wants to be messing around with baby poo.
- Sex. Preferably you want this for free, so you want to also encourage alcoholism and drug use in women.
- Shopping. This is a tightrope. You don't want too much feminine empowerment here. This is why banks invented credit `debit' cards where the credit is heavily restricted to money you actually have. Real credit cards are for men only.
- Secretarial roles. I think its permissible for a female to be involved in audio production and/or other technical roles so long as any contribution she makes is either secretarial in nature, or construed and heavily distorted to be seen as secretarial in nature. For example, she might produce a whole album on her own , but we are comforted that her role is really secretarial because one guy interjected in a conversation during the production process. Or he farted or something. We really don't want women taking credit for their own work.
I could go on and on.