VIDEO - HEROES rescue stranded victims of Hurricane Harvey:
- Sometimes it's their own husbands or fathers doing the rescue, more often than not it's unknown men who have volunteered their effort, their time, and their boats to help save lives.
- It's not only the professional first responders who, at risk to their own lives, are always ready to help. It's also the average guy who has joined the so-called Cajun Navy - a loose organization of watercraft owners - to volunteer in the continuing rescue of entire families.
- Will there be a special THANKS for all the MEN who have selflessly helped women, children, and the elderly, as they are expected to do by a society that unfortunately also disparages men and masculinity?
- Men and women are different - biologically and mentally. And men are naturally more heroic than women, especially when it comes to helping strangers and their entire communities. That's the way it has always been, even now when women characterize masculinity as "toxic", and try to turn men into feminized entities.
- What good can there be in feminizing men? Who will be there when you really need someone strong and brave to save your life in case of fire, or flood, or in countless other life-threatening situations?
- CNN yesterday criticized president Trump for not showing more emotion and 'empathy'. Trump was there, in Texas, offering all kinds of help to millions of victims, but that's not enough for CNN and its guests because Trump did not get misty eyed, because he did not hug anyone, and because - in other words - he did not behave like a woman! The country elected an Alpha Male to the highest office, and the feminized men of the media can't get over that.
- So feminists watch on TV the ongoing rescue and what they see is GASP! men doing the heroic work, while feminists sit at home and discuss all those little things that men, those horrible creatures, do to annoy them.
- PS - Your blogger is a woman.
NO MORE FATHER'S DAY COMING TO A SCHOOL NEAR YOU? Schools and other institutions are doing away with FATHER'S DAY, naming it "Special Persons Day" - Australian academic Red Ruby Scarlet, convenor of the Social Justice in Early Childhood Activist Group told todaytonight's host that scrapping Father’s Day in favour of a non-specific ‘Special Person’s Day’ was not political correctness, but about “rights”.
“Why are they calling this political correctness when it’s in fact about our rights?” said Dr. Scarlet. She claimed that “shifting the language around emotive days” makes school more “inclusive” to children from “special communities” including single parent families and same-sex parent families.
Host Rosanna Mangiarelli noted that a “growing number” of politically correct schools and kindergartens were adopting the move and asked the childhood activist what kind of feedback she was getting from parents and teachers.
The activist dismissed the backlash from parents who support traditional days honouring mothers and fathers saying: “[There has] not [been] a backlash from people in those [special] communities.
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