- Muslims are having more babies, per person, than us infidels. In some places, the ratio is about double. Do that for long and you'll be living in a majority-Islam nation.
- Modern wars in the West are fought at the ballot box. Majority-Islam means Sharia in one form or another.
- Muslims are pretty strict with their sex roles. There's not a lot of STEM outreach for girls in the Muslim world and I'd bet that their military recruiting ads don't feature chicks in every one.
- American military ads feature women all over the place, looking like they could strangle small horses with their bare hands. Or something like that.
Caveat for my dear friend Foxie: I'm all for women in the military. They can perform well in all manner of roles with a few exceptions. Women in the infantry, for example, is a bad idea. Hopefully we are still friends after this blog post.
- Lurking at places like Costco, waiting for security to throw me out, it seems as though American Millennials don't cling to traditional sex roles in appearance or behavior. As we used to say in college during the Pleistocene, "(locating being disparaged) - where the men are men, the women are men and the sheep are nervous." Only in this case, it's more like, "Where the men are confused, the women think they're men and the sheep are sustainably raised." Or something like that.
- Listening to my wannabe-transgender friend, I hear the familiar gibberish of the progressives - that gender is fluid and sex can be chosen and there aren't any real differences between men and women and that's why you have to be one sex or another which you can choose even though you don't have the characteristics at the cellular level and if you disagree, you're a hateful bigot. Prior to going completely insane, she wasn't the sort you'd have picked for becoming a man. If ordinary people are succumbing to this cult, there's something significant happening.
- I'm not certain, but I think Muslims are even less interested in transgendering each other than they are with sheep being nervous. And that sheep thing is right out.
So explain away. My thought is that you can't redefine sex roles or at least significantly soften the boundaries of sex roles without having some impact on the whole point of sex roles in the first place - making babies. I'd suggest that the simple data point of birth rates supports this.
I could be wrong.
|Manly superstar Clark Gable performing with his good friend Roger Schwartz who is transitioning into a basket of cucumbers by way of becoming a woman, a snail and then a small pile of leaves first.|