The subject of women and the relationship of equality is a rather complicated and oft misunderstood one.
In America, in particular, women are inured by popular culture to value beauty, success, sexuality and buying power. While there are some strong
female role models, a majority of the women tend to admire the physical image imprinted by the media.
Note that I say most women in America.
What this tends to encourage is a general sense of insecurity of the self. Women tend to be less inclined to think their own ideas are good ones, and
society in and of itself tends to encourage women to accept men's ideas as "Better" or "More Preferable".
For several months I've been gathering general opinions (Which admittedly is in a limited range of my area of life) which tend to encourage my
hypothesis that Young women and girls tend to be DIScouraged from forming any interests outside of "FEMALE" ones, and tend to be DIScouraged from
making their own hobbies and doings a strong part of any sexual relationship with men.
In short, women are encouraged to be "LESS INTERESTING" and "MORE PRETTY". This creates a schism in the psyche of women, where the majority tend
to be always insecure, always willing to remodel themselves to please their mate, and always competitive in these senses with other females.
The Feminist movement has exacerbated this issue in some ways due to certain brands of its extremism. The foremost example that I use (And the one
most relevant to me) is that many women who view themselves as strong desire a double-standard to exist whereas it concerns Women's reproductive
rights as well as legal responsibilities.
Strong women perpetuate the idea that in situations where abuse happens, it must always be the male's fault. Many courts in the United States tend
to presume this is true, and I remind you, STRONG women are encouraging this hypocritical stance. Essentially, some want to have their cake and eat
it too... they want men to be viewed as the evil aggressors in any situation whereas it suits them, and they wish to be seen as superior to men in
every other situation.
Likewise, women who perceive themselves as strong tend to not understand why there is a disparity in Pay in the business-place between women and men,
and why that difference has zero to do with Sexism and more to do with stark economic cost-benefit analysis.
Women tend to be more likely to take sick days due to painful menstruation. Women have the ability to get pregnant, which affects quarterly
workloads. Women, in a general sense, tend to be more socio-political which can affect work-place comfort.
So as it stands, a Gynocracy in the United States would be ultimately more disastrous than beneficial... because the Social Identity of American Women
is not consolidated or firm in the least. Women aren't sure of themselves, and in a general sense they tend to favor the big, strong, dumb men who
give great sex versus the quiet, intelligent, pudgy men who aren't that good in the sack.
I'm sure I've given plenty of canon fodder to use against me, so in the words of a Prime-A idiot... bring it on.