William Thien

When did women’s issues become separate from all of our issues?

Posted on: January 19, 2018

None of what follows is to say that there are no women that work for a living, quite the contrary. I know women that live at their jobs, low paying, thankless jobs, some of them holding multiple jobs, and they don’t take a dime from the government (tax payer) to support their families. I love them, I truly do. Guys, when you see those women, maybe you are married to one of them or seeing one of them, let them know you know they work hard. That’s probably the only recognition they get and they deserve every bit of it.

But there are others among them:

I was listening to Wisconsin Public Radio on the drive in yesterday and the guest, a feminist from Case Western Reserve, kept referring to “women’s issues” and a women’s march coming to your city or town in the near future and the question occurred to me, “When did women’s issues become separate issues from all of our issues?”

Other questions occurred to me, too, such as “Why is it so important for women to seek “equality” yet have their own issues? How, in fact, can equality be achieved if you have your “own” issues in the first place?” Having your own issues is by definition a state if inequality, not equality.

Seems to me it isn’t really equality they are seeking, but rather some form of supremacy based on a pseudo-exclusivity, kind of like the men’s club that women always cry foul about and try to join through litigation, like they can’t leave you alone or something and it’s a women’s issue to be able to nag you even in your private club.

How about some men’s issue, men’s issues like the double standard about sexual harassment for men and women in the workplace, or the differences in the amount of time off men take compared to women at work, or that the CDC says that women are actually more abusive than men in relationships, that type of thing.

So, when did women’s issues actually become separate from all of our issues?

I couldn’t help but think the feminist from Case Western Reserve was a charlatan after listening for 20 minutes and not hearing her list one “female” issue. But they were gonna march, alright!

Did you know there are more women working today and more women in management than men? Hey guys, that’s unfair! Let’s march! That is bullshit! or some type of shit!

Then one caller responded to the on-air talk show saying that they thought all of this newfound feminism was simply a response to the fact that Trump won the presidency and they don’t like comments of his that were secretly taped when he wasn’t president, so they are having a “collective” fit. And that’s really what feminism is for the most part, if you ask me, lately anyway. Feminism is a form of collectivism and collectivism is a precursor to socialism and socialism is a precursor to communism.

If you don’t believe me here are some statistics. Fifty percent of all babies born last year were born using Medicaid, not a quarter of all babies, not even 10 percent, but 50 percent of all babies! Half! Every other baby! One in two! Most of the women having those babies are single.

Women use the majority of all social welfare programs at substantially higher rates than men. That is not the fault of men as they would have us all believe, that is the result of the feminist movement to come out of the sixties that motivated the false form of feminine independence we see today that in reality is entirely dependent upon the social welfare state, dependent upon the tax payer! Without the social welfare state, without the enslavement of the tax payer to the social welfare state’s bills, there would be no feminine independence in any major sense.

Women have babies using the social welfare state to make themselves eligible for programs which are major components of the social welfare state. Social welfare is socialism. Socialism is a precursor to communism. When fifty percent of all babies are born under the auspices of that system, that should tell you something. The math is quite obvious.

What does all that tell you? Women as a social class, independent as they claim to be, are the most fiscally irresponsible group of Americans when it comes to national expenditures. In particular, for reasons that are the result of a pleasurable experience, sex, women have become an incredible financial burden to the tax payer. No other group of Americans whatever their composition be, whether they be white or black or Hispanic or whatever, no other group of Americans, no statistical cross section or racial or ethnic origin is more irresponsible than American women when it comes to spending the tax payer’s hard earned dollars.

Now that’s a women’s issue that deserves some attention. Funny how we never hear about that, though, isn’t it? It makes you wonder why we never hear about it when the math is so damned obvious!

So, I ask the question again: When did women’s issues become separate from all of our issues? The answer is: when women realized that wanted more money and there was no other way to get it and they discovered it was easy enough to strap the tax payer for it.

Just keep that in mind guys when your wife or girlfriend says she is going to the latest and greatest “women’s march,” and make sure when she is walking out the door you are sure to say, “OK, honey. Have a good time!”

Finally, once again. none of the aforementioned is to say that there are no women that work for a living, quite the contrary. I know women that live at their jobs, low paying, thankless jobs, some of them holding multiple jobs, and they don’t take a dime from the government (tax payer) to support their families. I love them, I truly do. Guys, when you see those women, maybe you are married to one of them, let them know you know they work hard. That’s probably the only recognition they get and they deserve every bit of it.

Copyright © William Thien 2018

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