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Sexes are Complimentary and not Equal

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Posted 17 June 2013 - 07:00 AM

Western women through college education have become masculinized. They are made to feel superior to males, they are encouraged to fight, to get drunk and to take the lead sexually. Now they look and act like men, and they are showed tactics on how to feminize men and take on the role of the boss.

It is sad to say that presently Armenian women in Armenia are being taught to be masculine on the pretext of equality of sexes, equality does not mean abandoning the feminine role by women in favor that of the masculine, in favor of taking on dominate role in place of following their traditional and natural roles of submissiveness. We see Western women looking at a man's physique rather than his mental capacity, looking for a sex machine rather than emotional involvement. We see in the West now women expect their husbands to rise early before departing to work in order to prepare coffee and breakfast, heat the bath water and start cleaning the house for his wife if they are unable to afford a servant or a maid. Since men are stripped of their authority and respect in the house the divorces are sky-rocketing in the West since life has become without balance in the houses. The natural wisdom indicates that men & women are not similar and are not equal rather they are COMPLIMENTARY to each other. Without this balance at home and in a society then homes & societies turn unbalanced and fall down or get pushed in the direction of where the winds blow and end up miserable, confused and shattered.

There has been some violence against Armenian wives in Armenia but in majority the Armenian house there is balanced, peaceful and happy. Those instances of violence does not necessitate unleashing a campaign for equality of sexes and of wives turning against their husbands, females refusing to be submissive to their husbands anymore. What the future holds for Armenia in this regard is to be observed, and Armenia, like the West, may be going to the wrong direction.

Edited by man, 17 June 2013 - 07:00 AM.

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