When I was younger, I had no idea what the women's liberation movement was, nor why it existed.Now I'm in my 50's, I have had a chance to read a bit more, and I am truly ashamed that it has taken so long for me to "get it".Yes it's true that I am a submissive male, but this has nothing to do with kinky proclivities. It has everything to do with simply aspiring to be a decent human being.Arranged marriages should piss people off. The presumption that a raped woman deserved to be raped should piss people off. Societies that won't even allow their women to drive a car should piss people off.But no, I don't understand how this can piss anyone off.
Nope, not pissed, not even a little.This last year in school my elder son chose to write an essay taking the position that women should be allowed to serve in front line combat. I have to say, I felt like it was a promising sign.He had a sleep over and one of his buddies was being critical of his action flick choice, Salt. He was saying, how good could it be, it's about a chick!My son said, "yah, a chick who could kick your ass! Don't be such a sexist."The boy makes his mama proud.
DD, that's WONDERFUL! Go young man indeed! I agree that women should be allowed to serve in front-line combat. the mother of a former student of mine was stationed in Iraq during the first go-round in the Gulf, and there are all these pictures of her on a tank, but she wasn't allowed to drive it. But she looked awesome on that tank! She's one helluva good person too. Thanks for the feedback!
Uxurious100, it takes everyone a little time sometimes, no shame in that. thanks for the feedback!