the men's sufferage movement?

Discussion in 'The Cesspool' started by charles brough, Apr 18, 2011.

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  1. charles brough Registered Senior Member

    With "equality" always on mind because it is one of our secular ideals, what will happen when women finally do achieve equal pay for equal work? It is assumed that the matter will then end, but . . .

    Maybe not. There seems to be a social tendency to over-compensate. Employers might be required to pay women MORE than men "to make up for all the years the women were paid less."

    Also, because women have children to raise and fewer people get married now, it would come to be understood that women should always get paid more. Men would then cease to feel like "the protector and family provider and their work would suffer. That would help justify the trend and it would become accepted that men be paid less than the women "because women are better workers."

    Already, more women are in our colleges then men, and more young men are staying home to escape into the world of electronic virtual reality.

    Will this happen? WHY not?

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  3. mathman Valued Senior Member

    I am more concerned about the rich getting richer and the poor getting poorer. Maybe if women earn enough, the formerly deadbeat dads would marry and stay home and take care of the children.
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  5. Me-Ki-Gal Banned Banned

    This is a trend . We see it more and more. I believe roll reversal is at play. I saw a statistic that it was easier right now for a woman to get a professional job. It had to do with the level of education !

    Man suffrage movement began in the 70s. It still goes on . Man is considered the lowest of creatures on the earth . You didn't get the memo did you? This is my tester to prove my point. When you see a homeless Man with a dog , do you think ? Look at that poor dog
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  7. spidergoat Liddle' Dick Tater Valued Senior Member

    So what?
  8. cosmictraveler Be kind to yourself always. Valued Senior Member

    I agree with that.
  9. SilentLi89 Registered Senior Member

    Men have been able to vote for quite some time now...

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    But as of right now I've heard that women under 30 do in fact earn more than their male peers, mostly because they are better educated. For some reason young men aren't driven to go to college as much as young women are these days. Perhaps it has something to do with who they were raised by. Todays young adults were mostly raised by women who grew up during the sexual revolution and the era when feminism was perhaps at its peak. These women wanted to raise independent daughters that would feel confident enough to do whatever they wanted when they grew up, resulting in the Girl Power era tat lasted from the mid 80s to the mid 90s.

    They seemed to be successful raising those girls, who have become the motivated, highly educated woman they are today, but in the process neglected their sons. It seems we are on the brink of more social change...another shift in gender roles.
  10. Tiassa Let us not launch the boat ... Staff Member

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