posted on Dec, 3 2013 @ 11:17 AM
Sadly we live in a time where political correctness seeks to discourage and homogenize our differences,
Instead we should all be embracing and celebrating these differences not denying they exist in general.
This. This times infinity. We are
wired differently, and pardon the pun, but it doesn't take a brain surgeon to figure that out, just simple
observation of the sexes. And the lines indeed blur when the attributes bleed over into homosexual or intersexed (or whatever more PC description
there is) but it still shows that the wiring is different
, and that that difference in wiring has different results
I'm so sick of Political Correctness squalshing anything of merit because some insecure little person somewhere doesn't like what their personal
interpretation of the data means. Newsflash: It doesn't make a woman inferior to a man in some situations, nor does it work vice versa. It means that
we have different ways of approaching things, and some angles of approach may get something done with more efficiency. That does not equate to
inferiority. If you think this, you are part of the perceived inequality problem & perpetrating it
. We all have something to offer life
on this planet and we all have a different way of presenting it. If we work together, we're all parts in the machine, and no part is any less
important because it takes all of them in cooperation to run. So in the longrun, my intuitive reasoning, and Joe Schmoe's spatial reasoning can
mutually benefit each other and make a long trip ridiculously, pleasantly short. Apply this to industry, and you have a recipe for some really
well-oiled workers (head out of the gutter, folks) The catch is to recognize these innate strengths for what they are, and utilize them for our
betterment overall. To sit there & scream that it's BS because we're all humans and all humans are exactly the same upstairs is not only flat out
ignorant all around, but stifling to progression.
Get with the program, homogeneity does not celebrate individuality. it kills it.
(I'm not being overt in being fed up with PCness, am I?