Lemmie wrote:If you want to talk about what can bring out hostilities or what is uncalled for in discussing your BS, let's start with your comments about women, women's bodies, how you and I were "marked and called to be" male, how "our ideals are more masculine" but the culture of a world is "reflected in the females," etc., etc. Etc. Since we are here in Telestial, I am free to fully express my opinion, which is that you are a misogynistic pig.
I could care less whether polygamous parents taught you that, but cwald is correct that you can't now act insulted when the subject is brought up. In the end, your bias is the mud and slime you as an adult choose to wallow in.
First of all, obviously, either your misrepresented yourself, or I misgendered you, but apparently you were not called to be male. By this, I am referring to the biological processes which all fetuses start out as female in the womb. Some are marked, with the X chromosome and at a point, when introduced to certain hormones, transform to male. I know the biology teacher sort of shirted around this as actually female fetuses turning male, but basically, that is what it is. Nature marks some of us as male, but not to actually different from the female as we started out as.
Now, I'm completely confused about how your thoughts on my position on things like abortion and plastic surgery as being some sort of gross abomination of thought. I mean, I was like, "women actually slice and dice themselves up to feel beautiful in our culture." This was met with "how dare you" sort of comments. You might think you are different then males in someways that allows you to hate and blame them, but we are just a part of you. We are in this together.
But, about the slice and dice thing. I see that as males in our culture being disloyal, chasing the shortest shirt, or the newest intern. If males were more loyal, willing to be decent and not stray, maybe women wouldn't feel the need to be so beautiful, or insecure about what nature gave them. You can call me a "misogynist pig, or even throw racist in there" but I'm just sharing what I see. I don't see myself as better, or lord over, or hateful, or whatever. I have dedicated my life to serving a woman, and our daughter, because I see that as part of my job as a male. Not as a slave, (though there are days it feels like that) but as someone that provides for, and protects my home, and gives the women folk someone to blame for ____.
But just so you and I are clear, I don't think I am bias in this matter. I might see it differently, but I think I give women a fair amount of . . . . fairness.
And, I wasn't insulted about polygamy being brought up. I was insulted that he implied my "messed up views" were because of my upbringing. . . . . I had to actually delete a couple of clever insults about your upbringing, because, I'm just not that hateful. But just so you know, I don't find you perfect, and I could find ways to blame your parents.