Saturday, September 29, 2012
Lucy, Housework and Love
Is it my imagination? Or are younger men acting more effeminate than in the past? I think part of the reason is that the modern generation has been part of a "gender bending" experiment that has been implemented in our schools for the last 20 years.
Well, now a study has shown that relationships are more likely to end if the man assumes a traditional feminine role (such as doing the housework). This is the opposite of what feminists always claimed. They always spouted the mantra that "there is nothing sexier than a man doing housework". That claim is now proven false.
This entire experiment of trying to change the nature of an animal reminds me of the story of Lucy. Lucy was a chimpanzee who was raised as a human. The idea was that a chimpanzee was just a "social construct" and with proper socialization it could act like a human. The experiment was a total failure. Lucy could never act like a human. And when she got to large and dangerous to be around humans, they put her in the wild. But since her behavior was warped, she lacked the skills to live like a normal chimp. She quickly died.