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Thursday, December 14, 2006

This is an age of maturation.... towards equality

Women will find what’s their true potential, which is nothing but complimentary to that of men, since they have evolved to fend for each other, and not to eliminate each other!

But in the meanwhile all these jingoism and one-up(wo)manship could be done away with, and especially the bad-feminists need to be shooed away by women themselves......or like those ugly roaches, crushed with no mercy!.

Together we win and sustain, together we evolve(as we have evolved).
This is the era of information and knowledge (not brute force, when men were definitely superior), so in this new epoch women will have every opportunity for level playing field. They just need to apply their minds and get what they deserve, and not resort to terrorist activities, subverting their own existence!
The day when true feminism is will meld into humanism. Since Man and Woman evolved for each other, else self-pollinating species would have been enough, why didn't evolve as a major species and stay(hermaphrodites). Yes we need both, its a dove-tail fit, complimentary traits, which could have been accommodated in a single body.

The ardhanareeswara concept takes this a bit further, staying that to be fully evolved is to have both traits of Male and Female species for a fuller existence and effect. While u have the courage and aggression characteristic of a man, u need patience and vigil of a female to strike when its apt. The love and warmth of a mom coupled with a stern and unrelenting attention of a father. The forgiveness of a mother coupled with the austerity of a father. These are the ways to a better existence, not sorties of destruction aimed at genocide!

The day when we strike a balance is when true feminism wins and so does humanism(since there is a woman inside everyman, and vice versa!)
Ref: Artcle: 16 Days of Activism: Rutgers Sponsors Global Feminist TerrorismDecember 13, 2006 Vox Populi, Family, Politics, Feminism By David R. Usher :