I present some questions. These questions rarely get asked, except by people like me. They are questions that arise in any intelligent mind when presented with a feminist statistic (i.e. a LIE).
Why doesn't anybody in the media ever ask these questions?
Let's look at the questions first:
If there are so many men who are "dead-beat dads", why are there so many women making babies with them?
If there are so many physically abusive men, why are there so many women getting into relationships with them?
If 150,000 women die each year from anorexia, and it is such a terrible problem, how come the majority of women we see in public are obese?
If women really do earn 75 cents for each dollar a man earns for doing the same work, why don't corporations hire only women - and reduce their employee costs?
If men are afraid of commitment, why do women initiate more than 66% of all divorces?
If the phrase "rule of thumb" was originally a law that forbid a man from beating his wife with a stick bigger around than his thumb - when was that law abolished? Is it still legal to beat one's wife with such a stick?
If a "nice guy" is actually a deceitful, manipulating man trying desperately to get laid, why is the adjective "nice" used to describe him?
Why do the same women who complain about scantily clad women being "degrading" to women also complain about Muslim nations - where the women are forced to cover every square inch of their bodies - even their faces?
If female virgins are "pure", why is it that many of them have committed acts of murder, burglary, and even prostitution (i.e. auctioning their virginity)?
If women were actually forbidden from holding jobs or getting college educations in days past, why were there female doctors in the 1800's?
The reason we never hear these questions asked: They all place the credibility of the statement in jeopardy, or, they force accountability onto women. That is, the fraudulence of the statement can be overcome with common sense (like the wage gap), or, they imply that women need to be held responsible and accountable for the way they act and behave.
That is a big NO-NO in our society today. Holding a woman accountable, or expecting her to be credible earns you the label of misogynist.
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