|Not my kitchen, but close.|
I'm all for breaking down gender stereotypes though. Aside from this incident I do cook more than just the furniture, and it tastes delicious. The trick is to render the recliner with radish relish before roasting.
Thanks for all the comments last post by the way,. The prevalent opinion of non-existent women on the internet supports my hypothesis on all internet women being transsexuals. Meanwhile the "women" commentators happily ignored this and posted nice comments anyway. :D :D :D
There are many ways that our society discriminates against gender. It is important though not to get side tracked and support one gender and not the other. Feminism falls into this trap. I fell into this trap too once. When I was younger I used to think that behind the scenes it was women who ruled the world, men might have held all the apparent power but each man had a wife and each and every man did exactly as his wife ordered. Ergo women rule the world through proxy via superior social power (in actual fact it is the babies who rule the world, since all women do exactly as their baby requires).
I am quite serious, that is what my high school self firmly believed. Maybe it is true, but doesn't mean that men don't mistreat women based on gender either. As I stated in the last post, men clearly do mistreat women. Both genders hurt each other in different ways, and in sometimes the same way. I'm sure you have heard the innumerable cases of women mutilating their husband's pride and joy. That's like cutting off a woman's clit. For the record, men are guilty of this too.
These are extreme cases but in some parts of the world they are not crimes. This needs to change.
For all of you who, like me, live in western nations, gender discrimination is a lot softer and subtler but that doesn't mean we should sit by and let it happen.
Let me give you an example: Deliberately hiring a female candidate instead of a male because the employer feels that he/she needs more females in his/her firm in order to not look like they discriminate is discrimination. That's bad. Just as bad as hiring a man instead of a woman because the employer doesn't want to pay for maternity leave down the track.
Speaking of maternity leave... I support paid maternity leave. But I also support paid paternity leave. It's not fair for a man to be away from the house when his woman and his child needs him most. He needs to be there. It's a crucial time for the baby and its a make-or-break time for the relationship.
Another example: How many times have you blokes dressed up to the nines to go out clubbing yet been turned away by the bouncer because you're "not dressed appropriately" and yet the hot girl behind you in thongs and a boob tube goes right in? That is discrimination.
Then there is the fact that men never get offered secretarial positions and that only hot women get to work behind the bars at clubs (with a few exceptions). But then, women are never chosen to be laborers or bouncers (if it can be helped).
There are countless more examples but the point is that we need to do every little bit that we can to stop gender role stereotyping and gender discrimination.
So please dear readers! Do your part! Hire sexy male secretaries! Promote women wrestlers and weightlifters!
|You know you want to...|
And for god's sake, let me into the club damnit!