Benjamin Franklin said,
“We must, indeed, all hang together or, most assuredly, we shall all hang separately.”
That is the case between men and women today. We have a choice. We either end the Gender War, or lose our unique identity as men and women in our society.
You probably know Dads4Kids as an advocate for men and fathers, and that is true. This is still our main endeavour and calling, and always will be.
But we are also passionate to work with women and mothers to give them the best outcomes possible, creating win-win situations for both men and women. Edwin Louis Cole was right to say,
“Men and women have strengths that complement each other.”
Hanna Rosin put it this way:
“I deeply believe that men and women need each other.”
Right now, men and women need to support each other more than at any time of human history, or risk becoming victims of the cancel culture which is being promulgated by the elite academic, media and political classes of our time.
The very terms ‘man’ and ‘woman’ are right now being eradicated from governmental and educational language. The argument they are using is ‘inclusiveness’. But it will hurt women more than men, especially women’s sports, and ultimately our children will pay the price for society’s stupidity.
The USA is the epicentre of the world for this call to eradicate maleness and femaleness, but it is happening in Australia too!
“It’s ironic that Nancy Pelosi — the first female Speaker of the House — is erasing women in the name of ‘inclusiveness.’”
The rules, which were adopted by a straight party-line vote on Monday 4 January 2021 replace “father,” “mother,” “son,” “daughter,” “sister” and “brother,” with “parent,” “child” and “sibling”. “Himself” and “herself” are now “themselves”. The phrase “He or she serves” morphs into “such member serves”.
“I’m not a spouse, parent or sibling. I’m a wife, mother and sister. It’s easy to shrug this off as the Speaker pandering to the radical wing of her party, after barely surviving a challenge to her leadership. It is also easy to ridicule this latest move. But the Sexual Revolutionaries are deadly serious. And they control an immense amount of power, money, and influence.”
“Mandating the removal of gender-specific words is the latest attempt by the Sexual State to grab power by creating an alternate reality. In the real world in which we live, there are men and women, nothing else.
“The Sexual Revolutionaries claim that all they want to do is to make men who think they’re women, and vice versa, feel better about themselves. In reality, powerful people like Nancy Pelosi are creating an unending stream of offences, large and small, so they can turn on people whenever they want.”
“Whatever happened to ‘follow the science?’” Morse continued.
“As a matter of scientific fact, a man doesn’t become a woman by saying he ‘identifies’ as a woman, or by altering his body with surgery and drugs. Likewise, changing the rules of the House of Representatives to discard gender-specific terms will have absolutely no effect on human nature.”
Such patent stupidity is hard to believe. George Orwell was right to say,
“The greater the understanding, the greater the delusion; the more intelligent, the less sane.”
What are we to do in the face of such ridiculous insanity? The best way forward is to keep celebrating the obvious, and the reality, of the beauty of men and women.
That’s why Dads4Kids and the International Men’s Day website are wishing the women of the world Happy International Women’s Day this coming Monday, 8 March 2021.
One of the six pillars of International Men’s Day (IMD) is to improve gender relations and promote gender equality for both men and women. In this light, the theme for IMD 2021 is “Better Relations Between Men and Women.”
International Men’s Day promotes the need to value manhood and womanhood, and help people make practical improvements for better and more positive relationships between the sexes. We must bring an end to the gender war, and work toward reconciliation between men and women for the greater good of all.
The social science research shows that when men, as fathers, are supportive and caring towards the mother of their children, their sons and daughters benefit greatly.
Dr Jerome Teelucksingh, founder of International Men’s Day from Trinidad & Tobago, said,
“International Men’s Day has the potential to become the global medium to heal our world. The concept and themes of International Men’s Day are designed to give hope to the depressed, faith to the lonely, comfort to the broken-hearted, transcend barriers, eliminate stereotypes and create a more caring humanity.”
That is exactly why the team at Dads4Kids is proud to work in partnership with Dr Jerome Teelucksingh, founder of International Men’s Day, and wish the women of the world “Happy International Women’s Day.”
You know what you have to do on Monday 8 March, International Women’s Day? Make sure you greet every woman you meet, especially your wife and daughters, with these words — “Happy International Women’s Day!”
Yours for Supporting Womanhood,