posted on Jan, 18 2013 @ 10:58 AM
You cannot argue with the facts. And the fact is, ever since Feminism was introduced and women have gained "rights" (rights that are an illusion to
us all, both men and women) the traditional Family lifestyle has been on a steady decline.
-Don't get me wrong. I adore women and I do believe they should be considered and treated as human beings rather than a slave in the household. The
problem is, the majority of them either don't do ANYTHING in the household anymore or do TOO MUCH and overstep thier boundries.
And when I say overstepping boundries, I'm talking about the "controlling" females. Which is about every single female in my age group.
I consistantly see my peers being controlled by thier female counterpart. Being criticized for inane things that mean absolutely nothing. Having to
report to them as if they are on probation. You can't talk to these guys and convince them not to put up with that # but they never listen. You tell
them to grow a pair, but they have been cut off already.
Why are some women controlling (Women who control men and husbands)
Why are there controlling women out there?
Why do some women control their husbands?
Why do some women dominate men and control them?
Why are there bossy women?
I am sure you have noticed that there are some women out there who are control freaks. Those women do their best to control their husband and to keep
him under their control.
Those women usually have the dominant role in the house and as a result the man is assigned the secondary role.
In the house where the woman is a dominant figure if the kids want to ask for something then they must go to their mom instead of their dad. In this
article i will tell you why some women control men or their husbands.
If you notice on the majority of commercials and television, Men are downgraded. They are the butt end of a joke always while the female is praised
for her tact and conviction. I believe these day to day viewings of downgrading men have taken its toll on modern women and men. Many men now in days
suffer with a lack of confidence while many women suffer from overconfidence in what it is that they believe a relationship should be. I believe this
lack of confidence stems from either not having a dominate Father figure in childhood or not having a father at all.
-Problems with growing up without a Father-
Confused identities. Boys who grow up in father-absent homes are more likely that those in father-present homes to have trouble establishing
appropriate sex roles and gender identity.
Source: P.L. Adams, J.R. Milner, and N.A. Schrepf, Fatherless Children, New York, Wiley Press, 1984.
Criminal moms, criminal kids: The children of single teenage mothers are more at risk for later criminal behavior. In the case of a teenage mother,
the absence of a father also increases the risk of harshness from the mother.
Source: M. Mourash, L. Rucker, Crime and Delinquency 35. 1989.
Rearing rapists: Seventy-two percent of adolescent murderers grew up without fathers. Sixty percent of America's rapists grew up the same way.
Source: D. Cornell (et al.), Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 5. 1987. And N. Davidson, "Life Without Father," Policy Review. 1990
Marriage matters: Only 13 percent of juvenile delinquents come from families in which the biological mother and father are married to each other. By
contract, 33 percent have parents who are either divorced or separated and 44 percent have parents who were never married.
Source: Wisconsin Dept. of Health and Social Services, April 1994.
No good time: Compared to boys from intact, two-parent families, teenage boys from disrupted families are not only more likely to be incarcerated for
delinquent offenses, but also to manifest worse conduct while incarcerated.
Source: M Eileen Matlock et al., "Family Correlates of Social Skills..." Adolescence 29. 1994.
Count 'em: Seventy percent of juveniles in state reform institutions grew up in single- or no-parent situations.
Source: Alan Beck et al., Survey of Youth in Custody, 1987, US Bureau of Justice Statistics, 1988.
Fatherless aggression: In a longitudinal study of 1,197 fourth-grade students, researchers observed "greater levels of aggression in boys from
mother-only households than from boys in mother-father households."
Source: N. Vaden-Kierman, N. Ialongo, J. Pearson, and S. Kellam, "Household Family Structure and Children's Aggressive Behavior: A Longitudinal
Study of Urban Elementary School Children," Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 23, no. 5 (1995).
Divorce disorders. Children whose parents separate are significantly more likely to engage in early sexual activity, abuse drugs, and experience
conduct and mood disorders. This effect is especially strong for children whose parents separated when they were five years old or younger.
Source: David M. Fergusson, John Horwood and Michael T. Lynsky, "Parental Separation, Adolescent Psychopathology, and Problem Behaviors," Journal of
the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 33 (1944).
Troubled marriages, troubled kids. Compared to peers living with both biological parents, sons and daughters of divorced or separated parents
exhibited significantly more conduct problems. Daughters of divorced or separated mothers evidenced significantly higher rates of internalizing
problems, such as anxiety or depression.
Source: Denise B. Kandel, Emily Rosenbaum and Kevin Chen, "Impact of Maternal Drug Use and Life Experiences on Preadolescent Children Born to Teenage
Mothers," Journal of Marriage and the Family56 (1994).
Then if you trace the roots of the Feminist movement, you find that many things arose from it including a rise in divorce.
How did feminist’s argument and claim fare when they said that women needed to vote in order to secure “home protection”? Did they indeed
protect the home by gaining the right to vote? How can anyone expect the home to have improved when the woman has abandoned both her place and the
home? The “fatal blow at the home” due to women’s suffrage that Mrs. Annie Wittenmyer forewarned is now an egregious reality. The home is
being destroyed because of several factors, including a feminized judicial system and laws. But what is particularly destructive is that the woman
has abandoned her place, rejected the man, rejected God’s government, and taken a place in governing that belongs solely to the man.
The black widow spider that devours her mate has spun her web and lives at the expense of men, the family, and society. Today, only half of
America’s households are traditional two-parent families, and many of those are not even paternal. The divorce rate is now over 50 percent,
out-of-wedlock births are nine times greater than what they were in 1950, and the marriage rate is half of what it was as recent as 1970. Because of
women’s rights, the home is now a tragic disaster!