Maybe. Other times I get the sneaking suspicion that women have been making men do exactly what they want for ages, and making us think it was our idea all along.
Thats because you were never forced to go to school in a skirt every day no matter how much snow there was or how cold it was outside and you were never fired or denied employment in any good paying job.
As soon as the majority of our judges and mayors and governors and school boards become female, you will see lots more changes in our society, not only in our court system, not only in divorce court, not only in our schools, not only in the composition of our workforce, but in other ways as well.
Savage calls it rule by She-tocracy.
posted on 12/26/2003 1:18:11 PM PST
There may be some changes, but I don't see a total role reversal working. To some degree societal roles arise from a natural order that is based on basic underlying differences between men and women. They aren't and never will be interchangeable outside of very narrow contexts, IMHO.
posted on 12/26/2003 1:22:42 PM PST
(Controlled application of force is the sincerest form of communication.)
And they won't be good changes. Feminism is alreay half way through with wrecking families and society.
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