So yesterday March 8th was international woman’s day. A day when all the ladies get together to socialize and run away from the oppression of this awful man’s world, watch some striptease (it involves men but what the fuck), cheat on their husbands/boyfriends and get wild in general (not that this is the case with every woman, obviously).
Now, this left me thinking. So, women need one day each year to celebrate the fact they’re women, but what are they the rest of the year? Aren’t they, uh, women? Why don’t men get a “man’s day”, to celebrate their manhood? Oh, I forgot, that’s chauvinistic in nature and incredibly oppressive and offensive. I see this in the same light as latino-pride, black-pride, native-pride, with all their special dates as well, but is there a “white-pride” day? Well, of course not, again, that is just flat-out racist.
I try my best to comprehend all of this hypocrisy but I can’t, I can’t because there is no logical explanation. Shouldn’t we only feel proud of our virtues/past and present achievements as human beings rather than something we had no choice over? I am proud of a lot of things I have done throughout my life, and yeah I have done some stupid shit but haven’t we all.. I learned though. As should everyone, or history is bound to repeat itself.
A woman’s day is every single day of the year, for the rest of their lives. No reason to celebrate a mere coincidence, having a vagina instead of a penis. And tits. Because those are the only things that differentiate women from men. The “international woman’s day” makes as much as sense as an “international dwarfs day” or “international redheaded people day” or “international big dick day”. Capitalism does appreciate it though. A lot of money is made on these “special” occasions. Feminism, with it’s clear insidious agenda, poisoned society which now undermines sexual dimorphism, negating it for the fact it is and draws standards we feel compelled to live up to or face becoming outcasts. So we neglect who we truly are in order to fulfill what we perceive to be society’s wishes for us. The majority of people don’t want to be excluded, they want to fit it, even at the cost of changing their own personality, something nobody should do. If people can’t accept you for who you are then being around them isn’t a good idea in the first place.
Like for example this case. 15 year old Erivelta da Silva Carvalho was stabbed to death by her husband in Cupira – Pernambuco, Brazil. They had been drinking and one thing led to another and all the sudden he killed her. Very wrong, no doubt. But this is the type of shit feminists love to grab and shove in men’s faces, like women aren’t capable of committing murder as well. First of all, being married by age 15 with a guy (don’t know his exact age) who is clearly much older? I don’t know their background but that is irresponsible. So it doesn’t make sense to make rushed conclusions about this case because we simply don’t know how their relationship was nor the motives behind the murder. What if it was in self-defense? What if she beat him? Ah, that is something that is never mentioned. Yes, men suffer domestic abuse too. You just don’t hear about it because a vast majority stays silent and are embarrassed to admit it. Secondly, does society know why a lot of men adopt violent behaviors? Because, and excluding cases of mental illness, throughout their whole lives they contain their emotions, because that is what society expects of men. To suppress their feelings and “toughen up” – “be a man” – “stop crying, only girls do that you wuss!” – “boat is sinking? Women and children, jump to the life boat! Men, good luck”.
Until one day all that compressed agony is unleashed.
So the next time the question “why are men so cold” or “why are a lot of men taciturn?” comes to surface, maybe the answer is clearer.