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Should women be forced into subservience by society?

Asked by: Silas-Gray
  • Everyone was happier and society was better.

    No one can argue that the fifties were a golden age for America, a robust economy, happy and healthy citizens, and minimal government intrusion. The only real difference is that women had voluntarily submitted to a homemaker role. Unfortunately this model didn't work for everyone, so a small minority led by Marxists decided to turn the system on its head. Not nearly seventy years later, can we honestly say that society is any better? Are people any happier? Is the economy any better? How about crime? Is it lower or higher? The answer to all these questions is unavoidable, equal rights between men and women destroyed society.

    Men and women, I implore you to do some soul searching and ask yourselves whether women's liberation has honestly done everything or even anything it promised to do. Then ask yourself what would make you happier. You may end up surprising yourself. If the answer upsets you, that's only because it's true.

  • No, women should be equal.

    If you say yes to this then you are supporting slavery and sexism. Women should be equal to men not servants just like men shouldn't be servants to women. Also you do realize that when we did make women slaves, the economy was horrible. Crime was at a high and it as basically a mini civil war.

  • So thats about it, this pic illustrates a women being a servant, really.

    This picture, probably from around the 1940's, illustrates something a lot different than that of a poor women in this era of time.
    Lets see, she is warm, protected from the elements, healthy, clean, dressed, rested, capable of enjoying many modern enjoyments all with in easy reach. I did a search of men in the 1940's and found thousand of pic's of men fighting in the war. Dead in ditches, cold, miserable, starving, wet, cold, friends all around them dead and what we see as being in a "servant" position during this time is a poor helpless women in the kitchen.
    Really too bad north american women see it this way. Got news for you, My life as a wife and mother of those times was nothing of being a servant but being privileged. Maybe we should have been forced to endure years of death and suffering in the trenches before we complain of cooking in the kitchen.

    Posted by: zoo
  • I Wish Women Were Actually Women

    Feminism has made women in western society view immoral acts as moral. Look at Laci Green. The most mainstream feminist says that if a woman sleeps around, you shouldn't look down on her for it. Some feminists are for polygamy and open marriages. I don't agree with their ideological views. In short, 3rd wave feminism has destroyed morals of women. I believe that every human should be moral. Forcing a woman to be subservient to a man is not the way to be moral. It's the way to be horrible. If you don't like the women now a days and want a woman who will be like the women in the early 20th century, it isn't gonna happen. If you want an independent, nice, modern woman, it probably won't happen, either. However, you can do what I do and wait for a nice, caring, loving, independent woman while denying promiscuous women, it'll be a long but worthwhile wait.

  • No one should be

    No one should be considered a servant or forced into servitude based on gender or anything(sex, race, class etc.) Women are human and deserve to be treated as such. Men shouldn't be forced into servitude either. By doing that we would be setting ourselves back. When women were "servants" they were considered less than or lower than men.

  • No one should be

    No one should be considered a servant or forced into servitude based on gender or anything(sex, race, class etc.) Women are human and deserve to be treated as such. Men shouldn't be forced into servitude either. By doing that we would be setting ourselves back. When women were "servants" they were considered less than or lower than men.


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