Friday, 2 May 2008

Real Women

Read a post and am wondering what readers consider a 'Real Woman'?

http://wizbangblog.com/content/2008/05/01/paging-men-everywhere-its-time-to-man-up.php


I agree with some of what the post writer says about real men:

Women, although feminists like to deny it, want and need men who can be a real man. This means they want and need a living, breathing embodiment of values like honor, courage, and integrity. They want someone who will be strong even in the toughest of situations. They need someone they can feel safe and protected with. And you know what? They aren't going to find those things in an emasculated, feminized, sissy-boy who still clings to his mommy's apron and whines about carrying his family's financial burden.

Then after reading some of the comments which can be seen at the above link, what do you guys see as a Real Woman?

11 comments:

Semaj Mahgih said...

They aren't going to find those things in an emasculated, feminized, sissy-boy who still clings to his mommy's apron and whines about carrying his family's financial burden.

Agree - people should be what their genders are.

Nunyaa said...

Yes but there are some women who need to realise that we may all be equal but we are NOT the same. A real man is one who doesn't hide behind his mum, and has balls to stand on his own two feet.

Semaj Mahgih said...

Wonder if you'd say that about me at the moment, trying to organize help.

Nunyaa said...

Whatever it is you are going through, obviously it isn't everyday life stuff so that is not what I am talking about.

LordSomber said...

After reading those posts and all the essays and comments, one underlying theme I see is not so much about lack of "real men" or "real women" rather but that of "real adults," not so much in *what* they do that makes them so, but attitudes and mindsets. That was what I was trying to get at. Sorry if any misunderstanding :)

Nunyaa said...

We all like to think we can be adult about these things, some we know just can not though. Understand what you are saying.

CherryPie said...

This reminds me of what happened during my meeting on Tuesday. In response to one of the questions one of the women got up and started ranting and raving and every other word was a swear word! In the room there were more men than women, they were not impressed!

Nunyaa said...

I would of been so embarassed if someone done that , I swear myself but not in public, don't like that kind of thing. Women who do have no self respect.

CherryPie said...

Everyone was sort of cringing... she lost all credibility, there was no need for it!

Nunyaa said...

It does nothing for them, sort of behaviour one would see on the wharves. Wonder if they think it makes them look good/tough?

Semaj Mahgih said...

Agreed.