Should man rule over women for womens own good?

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  • Greatest I am Newbie
    Should man rule over women for womens own good?


    Scriptures, and other myths, say that God determined that men should rule over women. This gives form, --- in a demographic sense, ---- to our common and society, and says that our demographic pyramid should have a hierarchical shape and or form. This initiates tension and has God demonizing woman, as well as any notion of female equality with man.

    His motive must be for the good of women. Somehow!
    After all, sanctity of the family is one of the main points of morality.

    God was arguably right for his time. Think in the barbaric way. Below the belt. Thank God that time is almost past. Women in our modern world do not need mans dubious ape like help. I hope you agree. Be honest now with yourself be you male or female.

    Men have dominated women long enough I think. To give them equality would be justice.

    What do you think?
    What would real men do?
    What would real women demand?
    Do men and women have what it takes to be free?

    Justice under law should be gender and age neutral, with limits, but with a good spirit of assuring equality. We do not administer that justice. We only give it lip service. Men are not walking their talk. Neither are women.

    In Gods timocracy, a place of government in which love of honor is the ruling principle. All honors go to the Queen and her children. A kings first responsibility is to insure the veneration of his queen. Honor demands it. He accepts this burden and pleasure wisely. The Queen, as the Beta archetype is the life of the kingdom. The archetypal kings duty is to raise womans position. That means that all men have the same duty. That of not denying women equality and elevating her.

    Men. Be good kings. You are making good just men look bad. Step up.
    God wills it.

    Women. Be good queens and demand what is yours.

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    Regards
    DL
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    Hikaru Katsu Advanced
    lol f--- all humans
  • commiejulie Novice
    Yeah. f--- everyone.
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    tongue Advanced
    There really is no reason to ask this question, at least not in secular society, which is independent of any religion. Society and social veiws should be independent of traditional religious considerations.
  • Greatest I am Newbie
    True yet our secular governments are not enforcing equality of the sexes other than lip service.

    Regards
    DL
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    Hikaru Katsu Advanced
    What are you as individual going to do about it then?

    Regards
    HK
  • Greatest I am Newbie
    All that I can.
    Like speaking of the injustice of the present system in our countries.

    Regards
    DL
  • FLgirl92 Newbie
    I have a really tough time with this question because it seems like Christianity just systematically disregards the importance of women, or worse, portrays them as being less than virtuous, as in the story of Adam and Eve. Eve was the first woman, Eve disobeyed God and led Adam astray, therefore women are immoral. There is significance in the Virgin Mary being absent of original Sin, because Eve created original Sin. My response to this train of thought is that Adam and Eve didn't actually exist, that the story is just a fable. But it is kind of significant that it was a woman who disobeyed God. Really I just think whoever wrote the story had it out for women. I truly despise the story of Adam and Eve.
  • Greatest I am Newbie
    I cannot blame you. That interpretation has been used to deny women equality forever. Oops, not forever.

    The original Jewish interpretation was not that of man's fall but of man's elevation. More of a rite of passage. Christianity reversed the moral lesson of the myth for the $$$$$ that that would bring.

    If you want the myth to make sense then reverse the Christian thinking.

    Eve was not first woman to the Jews. Lilith was first in Genesis 1then Eve in Genesis 2. They did not have the concept of original sin either.

    Regards
    DL
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    Who said men should rule over women? How about we handle our own problems and if we WANT you to rule over us, go ahead... :P
  • Silvereight Newbie
    no! if anything it should be the other way round. i honestly don't know what men would do without women.
  • Dude, the reason it's like that, is when Adam and Eve at the Fruit, He placed something like a "curse" over them. Part of Eve's was that man would rule over her. So If you have a problem, take it to Eve, not us!
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    But I thought man and woman were equal! I will NOT follow out the commands of a man!

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