posted on Oct, 14 2007 @ 09:21 AM
long before there were any feminist brainwashing.....
there were men "abusing their leadership role".
thus Abagail Adams writing her husband in Philadelphia encouraging him that the founding fathers find it in their hearts to be "kinder to women".
they wanted double taxation? to be able to tax the women's earnings?
friend, the women were in the workforce before that, they were being taxed.....they had children they had to feed and well, during world war 2, their
husbands were off sacrificing themselves for another cause!! just who do you think was in the factories working while the men were overseas fighting
that war? lol.....who do you think was running the show at home while the guys were out playing war during the revolution?
but, prior to the early start of the feminist movement.....just who earned the wages the women worked for in the factory....THE HUSBAND!!!
Tell me did the factories lock the men within their walls like many did the women and children workers?
you can paint the pretty picture where husband loves his wife, and fullfills her needs first all you want, in the real world.....that's all it is, a
pretty picture...with no reality for many. asked what if meant for women to be submisison to the husband, a Southern baptist preacher laughed...well,
for one thing, it means that if he doesn't want her to work, she shouldn't be working...
so, I guess, the women should just stay home and listen to her children's cries of hunger if hubby decides his check should go for a new truck but
decides he doesn't want her working....ya know, she then doesn't spend as much time at home cleaning up after him and the kiddies, and oh, my god,
she expects him to watch the kids some!!
long before the the feminists came, women were opting to work, many because their husbands were opting to spend the money on alchohol, or this or
that, and their needs were not being met!
matter of fact, I remember an old testement story from King David who's describing a very industrious women, she's buying a vineyard, and then
making wine, amoung a whole mess of other things....never says on things about this women, after she finds the vineyard, running home and asking her
husband about it....and, oh, ya, in the end of the story, where is her husband? oh, ya, she's at the gates of the city, chatting with the elders
incidentally, one of the speeches made by one of these early feminists to the NY State legislature, describes the condition of the time.....and the
men were still congregated at the main entrances of the cities, chatting away!!!
I don't have time at the moment to find these two references, but I believe the speech was made by Anthony although it may have been Stanton....I
found it on the web if you desire to find it....it also mentions women not earning their check but that being giving to their husbands instead,
children being hired out and sent far away without the mother's opinion being heard about it, and both mother and children being beaten..
nope, don't buy it....if it is so natural for women to be submissive then something quite unnatural was there to push them out of the submissive role
to begin with. and it would be quite unnatural to think that a women is gonna just sit by in that submissive, dependant role while her kids are beat,
or starving, while alchoholic dad is off every day to sit with his drunken buddies at the street corner to gossip about every person that walks by!
but I will tell you what I think....
little children who watch mom submit to this one man, being obedient in all that he says....because well, one was created to be "leader" while the
other was created to be "follower" will more than likely be conditioned to accept his position as "slave" as an adult! and that is why the early
religion/state had the policy in place.