I had a rather hectic week, and the tiredness is slow to disappear so instead of writing something long and sophisticated, I just want to highlight a surprisingly refreshing post from Doug Wilson where he argues that sexism is actually a virtue:
Boys and girls are different. Men and women are different. The
differences are not superficial or accidental, but rather are profound,
extending from the tops of their heads down to the soles of their boots,
or flats, as the case may be. The differences between them affect
everything, and are found in virtually every aspect of their lives. Men
and women both have ten toes, and men and women both have two kidneys,
but that is about it.
Healthy cultures budget for these
differences. Healthy cultures train boys and girls in terms of them.
Boys are taught that they need to learn how to “do this” because they
are boys. Girls are trained to do “certain things” because they are
girls. Not only is sexism a virtue, but so is stereotyping!
Read the whole article over here.