Friday, August 2, 2019


The evolutionary function of every species is to reproduce.   The animal holdover in man’s DNA is to look at every attractive woman as a sex object.   For years this placed women in an uncomfortable position. The only power she wheeled in a male dominated society was to use sex as a means of manipulation, which also made her vulnerable to unwanted attention, and solidified her as a sexual creature.   Her only safety roll was as wife and mother.

We are moving past the era of male domination.  Women outnumber men and are learning that they have massive power in their vote.   We are moving from an age of brawn to brain where women are competitive.   Men will always view women sexually, but now united, women are setting limits on men’s behavior, that have historically made them uncomfortable and vulnerable. 

The Me-Too and gender equality movements have flooded into Liberal politics and idealism.

But there is a time to call bullshit:

The Berkeley, California city Council has voted to remove all references to gender from its municipal code.  The cities Manholes will now be call maintenance holes, brothers and sisters will always be known as siblings and he and she will now be referred to as they.

A woman in Britten has designed a chair to prevent manspreading; the male tendency to sit with legs wide apart in a display of male dominance.    Laila Laurel, age 23, said her own experience was from men infringing on her space.  The chair is shaped to force men to sit with their legs close together.

Obviously, Laila Laurel’s experience doesn’t extend to the physiology of the junk between men’s legs that makes it damn uncomfortable for us to sit with legs together.

If women feel they must demasculinize men to attain gender equality they should neuter their male children at birth; this might also be the answer to population control, as one male can fertilize any number of women – and has the desire to do so.

the Ol’Buzzard 

1 comment:

  1. The relationship between men and women will always resemble "The Hatfields vs. the McCoys"
    ...same way with the races, social classes, religions, generations, authorities and average persons, and so forth ...


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