A Woman will never be Equal to Man, Men can Never Equal Her. – Vineet Raj Kapoor
A woman will never be equal to man, and why should she be, a man can never equal her. He can never give birth to babies, and that thirst to give birth makes him cover up and do all for the woman to make her raise the baby. A woman is able to raise the baby on her own, but a man would go all out to make that possible.
The discretionary nature of woman, can lead to quite a stressful existence, if she decides to focus on this aspect of equality.
A man takes huge risks to keep the food coming in and more. He’s more carefree and risk taking than a woman. A woman cannot take some of those risks, like with relationships that a man can, since she’ll end up with more babies than she can handle. This makes her character more discretionary, as she has to weigh each opportunity (man) practically, and since some of her decisions are once in a lifetime she is more investigative than a man, and never overlooks even a single signal. This also often is quite a stressful existence, if she decides to focus on this aspect.
The (riskful) procreational space is also used by a woman to tempt a man, and that sets up the creation cycle.
Why does a woman want to be equal and do all the stuff that a man does? Why does she need to? What does she have to prove? There’s nothing to prove here. She has her own wonderful space in this world, and nothing can take it away from her. Her physical space is sometimes violated by men, but that is also a procreational space, created by God or Evolution (whatever you call it). This is not meant to say that space violation is right, and it carries it’s own penal effects. However, the penal effects do not change the impact it leaves on the woman. That (riskful) procreational space is also used by a woman to tempt a man, and that sets up the creation cycle.
Should we bind the lion and the deer to their own spaces?
Let’s take up the case of a Lion and a Deer (not a very good example maybe, so pardon me for this). If we protect a deer from a lion, we’d either have to impose conditions on a lion, like binding him to a space, or bind the deer to a space. We can also ask the deer to stay put and get it grass, whereas ask the lion also to adapt to vegetables. It just doesn’t work, since the lion’s clock works automatically and it cannot control the desire to hunt, and asking a deer to stay away tampers with it’s freedom. Even if the deer had a warning system (from a gps based device strapped to lion), where they can start running, means the deer would end up more tense and exhausted, since not every time a lion moves, it is supposed to hunt. So there would be too many alarms going off, disturbing the deer and creating a mess of it’s mental space. I hope my silly example looks relevant to you.
beyond a point, discretion is the sole protection, and this truth sometimes hurts her.
That space of hers needs protection, but beyond a point, discretion is the sole protection, and this truth sometimes hurts her. She wants her physical space to be totally safe as well, but that is not how evolution was designed. She was designed to be physically lesser and mentally more, and her attempts to change that space are as vain as a man’s attempt at effemination of his world. Would a woman like a man to be like her? No! Then why should be like a man?
She wants her physical space to be totally safe, but that is not how evolution was designed.
In the end every family needs a risk taker and a risk avoider to balance their ideas. Let’s not keep tampering with this basic idea, since the fabric of the human world is interwoven with these threads. It is the base of our existence. Love and enjoy the world as it was meant to be.
A deer’s freedom has never been less than a lion’s.
We have to enjoy this world and the risks that come with it. A deer would have to protect it’s own space, and it’s freedom still remains no less than a lion.
our challenge would always remain to handle the procreational space (within the spaces we create) rather than eliminate it.
There are of course spaces where there must be no difference between a man and a woman, and these spaces must have all wherewithal to achieve this. In that space gender is not important. However, the procreational space is all encompassing and it cannot be taken away from the human created spaces like occupation and stuff. So, our challenge would always remain to handle that space rather than eliminate it.