“Folks, they’re just a bunch of nasty little girls!”; I had to laugh at the final comment in this post! That said ‘A Word’ analyses traits of fascist men, and the fascinating reasons why they may behave in this way.
I must say – perhaps along with other women – that due to the behaviour of females right back from primary school onwards, my friends too were mostly males. That said, I do have some long-standing female friends nowadays! I’ve never been a ‘girly’ girl however!
A good read, that really makes you think about issues, as always, from ‘A Word in Your Ear’!
Women carry a lot of favourable stereotypes. They commit less crime, are viewed as more moral and socially responsible, they are viewed as the kinder sex.
As a child I quickly lost my view that females were emotionally and morally superior to males. I was soon repelled by the company of other female children and sought the company of boys whom I found more congenial. Why? Female children were not only narrow minded, obsessed with their own feelings at the expense of absolutely every other perspective – like mad people occupying their own universe, but astonishingly and arbitrarily vindictive and spiteful – and thinking they were entitled to social pre-eminence not on any basis of merit but on who they are. These girls expected to control their followers and used their followers to control everyone else. They didn’t want anyone to relate to anyone unless it was under their control…
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