Being sexist or being a normal man

2012-07-30 21:15

In an article of mine regarding religion in the workplace, I got a lot of criticism and was called sexist because I didn’t apply the same rules to women as I apply to men.

I don’t care what religion, society or the constitution dictates about gender, I will die believing we men are here to protect the women.

You can’t possibly call yourself a man if you haven’t experienced the gratification of knowing your role in life is first and foremost to protect women. It is fine to acknowledge that they often do things better than we do. Look at how well the Western Cape is run by our “brilliant” girls, but it is still our job to be there in the background and protect them against harm.

This is why my new drive for this year is to get prostitution legalised. As a society it is disgraceful that we allow this practice to continue unlawfully and placing vulnerable women in harm’s way because we simply want to close our eyes for the “ugly” in life.

Stop being a sissy and take up your role as man. They might say they don’t need us, but that is because we don’t live up to our label as men. If we show them what we can do for them, this world would function far better.

Applaud Auntie Helen, Auntie Patricia and Granny Hilary across the pond in the United States Of Confusion.

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