" " You are a woman who models herself on a Roman philosopher, which is absurd. Do you know the origin of the word “virtue?” "
Why yes, yes I do. Do you think moral excellence is something of which only men are capable?"
Without guidance from authority, yes.
" If he lived today, yes, of course he’d see women as heirs to his ideas. He can be excused as being a product of his time; what’s your excuse?"
You think Aurelius needs you to excuse him? How presumptuous…
" Why is your sense of manhood so shaken by the fact that I can change a tire or chop some wood, if it’s required of me? Being able to do those things doesn’t preclude me also being able to cook or nurture my family, or wear a dress and be demure."
Seriously, how many women who say they can do this actually can? I think it’s a self-indulgent fantasy in 95+ percent of cases.
BTW, your typical dyke who can do these things is NOT capable of being “demure.” Don’t you get it? Some things are masculine, and some feminine.
" The fact of the (original) matter is this: if you should ever reproduce, the chances are good that you are going to occasionally be called upon to carry your infant offspring, whether you like it or not. If you think that using a practical tool for that purpose makes you less of a man, then don’t use that tool. If you think that occasionally carrying your own infant or changing the occasional diaper makes you less of a man, then perhaps you’re not really father material."
You haven’t read my earlier posts, eh? I’ve changed more diapers and taken care of babies far more than I ever expected. I have carried my children, cooked for them, bathed them, changed them and put them to bed countless times — far from “occasionally.” All without help from a woman.
All of that work made me pretty competent at doing so, but it certainly didn’t come naturally to me, as it does for women. The same goes for women who work on cars or fix things around the house: they can learn, but it’s easier for a man.
I am angry at women like you because you are too thick to understand that simple truth, and continue to force your idiotic ideas that men and women are equally capable at all tasks down our throats. I grew up with that “Free to Be… You and Me” crap, and I despise it.
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