I’m so glad I’m not female

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This post was inspired by the Quiner’s Diner’s article “I’m so glad I’m not Black”.  [edit: Since this post was published Mr Quiner of the Diner has amended the title and some of the original content of his post, in order to make it less offensive, I assume. I’m not sure if this is a victory for brain cells, or an inadvertent aid to his harmful crusade.]

I’m a man, and I’m grateful for that.

For the record, it has nothing to do with misogyny. I admire and appreciate the significant contribution women have made to the world. My family claims a woman living in South Africa as an unofficial family member.

As every great philosopher encouraged us to do, I judge a person by the content of their character, not by outward appearance.

But let’s be honest, women as a group are daily victims of cruelty and heartlessness that makes it difficult to be female.

Take salaries. Women are faring worse, a lot worse, than men.

The average full-time female worker in the UK earns 15% less than her male colleagues, and this jumps to 35% for part-time workers. This is certainly a multi-faceted problem. But there’s no doubt that, on average, women are treated differently from men. The ruling UK Conservative party shows its commitment to this disparity by ensuring there no women on its main policy and strategy committee; only 15% of the full cabinet are female; and only 18% of their MPs.

Take security. Around 25% of British women will be a victim of domestic violence in their lifetimes. Over 400,00 women are sexually assaulted every year. A woman would be much safer never entering into a relationship with a man.

What happened?

Simply put, welfare. Liberal elites erected a network of programs that profoundly changed women. Some programs worked well; some didn’t. But ultimately, the multi-trillion dollar Great Society Programs replaced dependence on men with a welfare cheque, to the detriment of women.

The systematic destruction of the family has led to an explosion of social pathology amongst our brothers.

It gets even worse when you look at birth rates. In India, up to 6 million females have been aborted in the past decade. In some Chinese provinces the imbalance between the sexes runs at a ratio of 130 men to 100 women. Females are low value offspring in too many cultures.

Today, women enjoy more political clout than at any time in our history. There are currently 19 world leaders who are female – almost 10%!  And yet with their growing political clout, they continue to overwhelmingly support men, who promote the very policies that have been so deleterious to achieving equal rights.

Male politicians garnered some 80% of the female vote despite the fact that they promote human abortion as a way of controlling unwanted human beings; they care little for the challenges women face; and they support and expand welfare programs that breed dependence and stagnation.

The political philosophy of men and their very male elites has been poison to women.

With friends like that, who needs enemies?

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