luckily f…dates, we don’t want to work dirty and dangerous jobs, we don’t want to be drafted if there was a war, we don’t have to prove to a court that our children need us after divorce, and we don’t want to serve as unpaid bodyguard or be the first one to go downstairs when we hear a strange noise… and luckily for us, we don’t have to!
More assumptions that every woman’s life is like yours.
MANY, MANY women have to fight for their children during divorce. The old automatic placement with mom and visitation for dad while he pays outrageous child support for kids he never sees is a thing of the past, as it should be. The transition is incomplete, and not perfect, but it is well on its way.
As for not being brave enough to face things that go bump in the night-get a freaking grip. I am single. I take care of everything that comes along in my home. And when my kids are here, they know they are safe. To act like we can’t do it so we had better get a man in here, stat, disgusts me.
Your whole attitude disgusts me, frankly. I can’t read anymore of this crap.
I love men. The men I love love women. I’m not an angry feminazi.
But you, ma’am, are a disgrace to your gender.