The Thinking 

The End of Women

August 27, 2016

CAROLINE writes:

There is so much to say about the emasculation of our world. I don’t know where to begin. I often think of Marx and the Communists (and indeed the left) and the goal of creating the “new man.” I think this is where we are. As I look around me and see all these tattooed young women, with no air of mystery about them, especially in how they dress, it seems so sad that perhaps they’ll never know the true joy of being a woman, as in being a mother and a wife and being loyal to one man, and knowing their position as women and (sometimes) reveling in it. Of persevering in a marriage because it’s the right thing to do, because marriage is bigger than the two of you. Of waiting for marriage to experience the mysteries of conjugal love. Of raising children and not feeling like they have to have a job or be powerful, great, strong, macho etc. Of finding joy in housekeeping and being satisfied.

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