Wednesday, 16 June 2010

The Trade Between a Man and a Woman

"The gesture of a man opening a door for a woman illustrates how men and women relate. We all know that a woman can open a door herself. But when a man does it, he is affirming her femininity, beauty and charm. When she graciously accepts, she is validating his masculine power. This trade, a woman surrendering physical power in exchange for a man's protection (i.e. love) is the essence of heterosexuality.

In order to develop emotionally, men and women need this mutual validation as much as sex itself. Sex is an expression of this exclusive contract. Under the toxic influence of feminism, women open their own doors. Neither sexual identity is validated; neither sex matures emotionally. Men feel redundant and impotent; women feel rejected and unloved."

4 comments:

Jeff McFarlane said...

Oh, shit! You were doing so well over the last years! Your articles about several issues based on your atheist, secular, pragmatical, koranist basis were very good. And now you are posting the words of a Hilly Billy who claims that Jesus Christ is going to show up to save the day! What’s next? You are going to denounce “Satanism”? Watch out what you post, girl!

Claire Khaw said...

Jeff, who is this Hill Billy that you refer to?

Jeff McFarlane said...

The guy’s name? Mr. Henry Makow himself. You are posting a paragraph from one of his articles: http://www.savethemales.ca/251001.html. Look, I agree on some of Makow’s views on feminism and other topics. However, I frankly reject his claim that there’s an ongoing fight between ‘Satanic’ Forces (i. e. Zionist Jews, Masons, Bankers, Kabala believers, etc.) led by ‘Satan’, aka ‘The Devil’, aka ‘El Diablo’, and a ‘Christian’ Army (i. e. WASP America) led by Jesus Christ himself for the soul of Western Civilization, which stands against a New World Order. Nobody needs to tell me that Zionism and the Banksters are a real pain in the ass, however I never liked The Star Wars Saga. You are doing a better job than him.

Claire Khaw said...

One cannot always be right and always be wrong. Even a broken clock tells the time correctly twice a day.