If Women are Equal to Men, Does that Mean that Men are Equal to Women?

If a woman needs protection from domestic violence, does a man also need protection from domestic violence?

For women, by women? Men are not allowed? What about equality? Are men allowed to exclude women as well?

What is the difference between the fear of domestic violence and the fear of a tyrannical government?

Disarm men and in turn arm women?

Self preservation, self defense and the ability level the odds of survival. If you are for women protecting themselves from abusive partners, then you should be for men protecting themselves as well.

If you want women to feel safe, then you should want Americans to feel safe as well. Give everyone a fighting chance from crime, abuse, violence and tyranny.

The 2ND Amendment belongs to all Americans.

 

 

53 thoughts on “If Women are Equal to Men, Does that Mean that Men are Equal to Women?

  1. No one, male or female, adult or child should suffer abuse.
    Everyone should get equal pay for the same job IF PERFORMED TO THE SAME STANDARD!!
    There are absolutely jobs for men or women only. That isn’t sexist, that’s fact. People need to realise that we can be different sexed with different capabilities and that acknowledging that doeemt demean ejther sex.

  2. I laughed when I read this post, because I imagined this being said on TV, or in a larger group of people (which thanks to your podcast, I now know you avoid), and then you getting lynched. I think the argument is that domestic abuse against women is more prevalent, hence men don’t matter. It’s funny how such people will say that women don’t stand a physical chance because of a different body build, yet they insist on saying that men and women are the same.

    They do not want to arm women, because everyone should be peaceful and there should be no need for weapons. Hugs, not bullets is the new “Make love, not war”.

    OK, I’m amusing myself too much. End of comment.

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      That’s the thing Goldie, I’m all for women, gays and everyone else protecting themselves. But I cannot stand it when they portray it in this light.

      I avoid groups of people for a reason, first there’s always a few who want to “show off” and they end up causing the majority of the problems. Secondly, because I just can’t stand being in any group. I feel as if I am being herded to the slaughterhouse.

  3. It was hard to find the perfect words to express my thoughts until I read the britchy one’s comment. She’s right on point! Sadly, the way most people go about equality these days makes it seem like a big, fat, faulty concept. We should know better.

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      I don’t think it should be a hard question to answer. If equality is what everyone wants then why wouldn’t men be equal to women?

      Does this mean that women are held in higher regard than men?

      1. Interesting thoughts … I suppose women have always been treated fairer than the men folk. Or at least, they expect to be treated fairer than men always.

        Men, women, what’s even the difference? Both can be abused, can’t they? One is just as vulnerable as the other.

        Personally, I believe there’s a very significant difference between both sexes. So yeah, to an extent, men are equal to women, but we can all agree that they are not the same. But since most women are of the opinion that we’re equal, it would be silly of them to argue that men’s physical build gives them a fair advantage in cases of domestic violence, don’t you think?

        What’s stopping women from getting their own fair advantage? What’s stopping them from taking extra measures to defend themselves in cases of domestic violence?

        So long as women keep telling themselves that men are the stronger sex – despite their beliefs of equality – they will always be treated like the weaker sex. They will always be held in high regard.

        1. bottomlesscoffee007

          That’s a great counter. I guess from where I am sitting, the other question would then be psychological abuse. Not all wounds are visible.

          I hear ya though. I think men and women are different and should be treated accordingly.

          There is a reason why women are often physically smaller and weaker than men. It’s because they have a vagina, the most powerful object in the universe.

          Women don’t need to be physically strong to make men bend to their will.

          I’m all for women and everyone else defending themselves.

                1. bottomlesscoffee007

                  Yeah, the smallest state. I don’t want to be judged or levied based on my sex. I’d rather allow my merit to speak for itself.

  4. Rose McGowan is over here
    encouraging a national staff
    walk out, in support of equal
    pay. I agree with that, but do
    we need a hollywood coke head
    to rally the movement here in
    Australia? We have plenty of
    our own coke heads, and many
    of them are washed up actors.

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      How come she doesn’t demand equal pay for men when it comes to the porn industry? It’s all bullshit David. They don’t want equality, they refuse to give up their own equity for others less fortunate.

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      Poor girl, all that money and no children to love, no husband to lean on. All the money and looks in the world and she is still miserable.

        1. bottomlesscoffee007

          When you sell your soul and your body in the hopes of fame and riches, usually most men don’t want to marry a prostitute.

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