With the current escapades of Britney, Linsey, and Paris are we really supposed to take the new woman seriously? To me, it seems like their quest for equality and independence has had a damaging psychological effect.
Women were hectored into thinking motherhood is unfulfilling and were rooted out of their homes to ascend the corporate ladder. Babes still in diapers were shunted off to day care. Mothers are pumping their children full of powerful psychotropic medications.
Consider Hillary Clinton’s laughable canards that women suffer from wage discrimination, were routinely excluded from medical research, are more likely to be the victims of war, and so on.
Domestic violence laws have allowed women to send men packing without any proof of abuse. And divorced dads were reduced to mere visitors in their children’s lives. Word soon leaked out and young men began to lose interest.
Three years ago Rutgers University conducted a national survey of top eligible bachelors — single, heterosexual men ages 24-35. The researchers were in for a shock: 53% of men said they were not interested in getting married anytime soon, and 22% declared they had no intention of ever tying the knot.
Male bashing is the latest craze and men are made out as idiots that don’t have a clue. Certainly in my life the pedestal has been lowered.