Re: Cultural Imperialism
- --- In gnosticism2@y..., lady_caritas <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> (Felis, #6089)that has
> "The following raises questions as to whether the existence
> been foisted on Western women over the past quarter centuryvia
> politically correct social engineering is a life that is the moreof
> worth living."
> "48 percent of working women would choose to be `a woman
> leisure'"??whether or
> What's "a woman of leisure"? Women are always "working"
> not they have a career outside the home or not, right? :-)preparation
> I suppose a Manichean way of life might just have its benefits.
> Gosh, a few melons and cucumbers could cut down on meal
> time required for cooking all those "bad" meat and potatomeals.
> And, "A full time nanny and a new man are a myth for the
> working women"? Well, hey, "myth" is what Gnostics are allabout,
> after all. Get a "new" Manichean "man" with his new vasectomyand
> you won't have to worry about hiring the full time nanny.both
> (Sorry about that. It's been a long day for me, too. lol)
> Truthfully, this whole issue is a very difficult one. Have you met
> many men who have sincerely worried at length about juggling
> home and career duties? (With the exception of the fine,women's issues.
> compassionate men in this group who are sensitive to
> Ahem.) Still, wouldn't want to trade places with any MiddleFrankly, I won't trade places with any womem..... well........
> Eastern women.
ok not 100% on that but I don't if the "Weatern" women are more
liberated then "Muslin" or other "eastern" women. Just because
you don't wear a veil you are free and liberated. Supression
comes in many formsespecially from corpolated controled