Which gender has actual morality? Save for later Reblog
Both genders are equally moral, right?
No, no, not so right.
Just look back over the last MILLENIUMS. Men dictated morality, and what happened. Men dressed, acted and spoke like men. Women dressed, acted and spoke like women. And what do we have now?
Which… which gender is that? I honestly got no clue. Call me crazy, but to me it looks like most of the hollywood personalities are/were trannies. Want evidence?
Prince is maybe not the best example. But you may know what I am saying. There was nothing masculine about him, and he wasn’t an exception. I am not talking about long hair, they have always been a part of Nordic culture. Nope, I am talking about the use of make up on men – even though women also would do better with WAAAAAYYYYY less of them – and perhaps even earrings. You have a good right to call them “female to male transgenders”. Same the other way around too. It’s almost like trying to be a third gender.
So what does this have to do with women, you may ask?
The “emancipation” lie
Well, if you look at movies, you never see a man hitting a woman, with ONE exception: he is a villain. “Do you want a man to spank a woman?”, you mask. My answer: “nope, but women are allowed to hit men all of the time and no one complains.” Normies would never adress misandry as “sexism”, just like they would never call discrimination of blacks or Jews against Nordics “racism”. Why not? Because they think that white men are surpressors and to blame for all evils in this world.
The fact however is, women are built different. They do not have a vagina and breast for no reason. Women have never been made for hard work. That is science, like it or not.
And aside from science, history proofs the idea even further, and shows that it is NOT merely an idea. You will never hear about female vikings or female knights. It just does not work that way. Yes, sometimes you may read about female real-life “heroes” like World Rally Championship runner-up of 1981, Michele Mouton and 2018 Supersport 300 champion Ana Carrasco, but exceptions will always confirm the rule and even here there was lots of male help involved. Women CANNOT do all things men do, and neither can us men do all things women do. Yes, sometimes women may fix something, like my widowed grandmothers do. Or us men cook, like those who are yet to be married. But again, EXCEPTIONS. What is the standard? Can women really replace men in many things? My answer would be no. Not because I feel that way, but because I have seen enough. Especially the clothing choices women make if they are not guided by men. Why pants instead of skirts? Can no women wear dresses anymore? Must men wear them no? Sorry, but you are what you were born as, and, I say that out of love, by attempting to change that you are destroying yourself. You can change things in your life, of course, but not those you were born with. Such as your ethnicity. Or your gender. NEVER complain that you should have been born something else. I have never heard of a happy feminist. OK, maybe there is one, but again, E-X-C-E-P-T-I-O-N.
Back to the clothing choices of the women not guided by men:
And yes, of course women can approach things, but how many? (once again talking about the distinction between the exception and the rule)
So what is the solution? Gender seperation? Well, for some that may work, but the idealistic concept is that woman focus on physical work again and women stay home (with or without the COVID-19 ideas). And realize that normal friendships between different genders just…. cannot work. Trust me, I speak out of my own experience.
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