Women Really are Inferior to Men: Part 1
Posted by iwanttofitin on February 17, 2007
This article was specifically requested by a woman, to be written by me. Of course I said, “That’s too controversial and anyways, I don’t believe it.” Well, about five minutes went by and I realized that that statement is so true. I had to tackle this most important of topics. If anyone is offended, I’m glad. I will never apologize just because someone didn’t like what I said. Life is filled with offenses. Accept it. Maybe I’d be offended that you’re offended. On with women’s inferiority:
Inferior Example 1: The military is a place of supreme mental and physical capability. You can’t cut it, you’re out, Tubby! The male body is obviously built for utilitarian functions. We can carry more weight for longer periods of time and distances than women. We’re not talking about a few pounds either. There are exceptions, yes. Exceptions don’t make the rule. I know Forrest Gump is a movie, but there is much truth in that scene in Vietnam. Forrest is making multiple trips into the jungle, picking up men, throwing them on his shoulder, and carrying them to safety. That’s strength and endurance more than any woman could pull off. Let’s also look at the mental capability of Forrest. He was slower than most, but when it came time to take action, he didn’t hesitate. Friends he was trying to save are dying and he doesn’t sit there and cry. He immediately takes initiative and does what it takes to save them whether it endangers his life or not. When it comes to war, no one wants to rely on a woman to save them. BAM! My leg just got blown off! I want to know that one of my fellow soldiers can get me the hell out of there. Women aren’t assets on the front lines; they are liabilities. If a man gets captured, we have to worry only about his life. A woman gets captured and we have the added fear of her getting raped. Militarily, women are inferior.
Inferior Example 2: Think about any sport and try to think of a place where a woman has excelled along with the men. You’re going to bring up the tennis match between Robert Larimore (“Bobby”) Riggs and Billie Jean King. Yes, King beat Riggs. If they were close in age it might be worth noting. King was what? 30 years old and at the top of her game. Riggs was 55 and out of shape. How is that a comparable matchup? It was like she was playing her dad.
Look at the Olympics. These are athletes who are at the absolute peak out of all the people in the world. The women are amazing. The men are amazing. Have them compete together and the women would get trashed and torn apart. The 100 meters race is supposed to tell us who the fastest man/woman is in the world. The world record for the men is 9.77 seconds. The world record for the women is 10.49. That’s a HUGE difference. You’re talking about a 30 foot difference if they were to race side by side. Not even close. I won’t list them out, but look at all the other events and compare them. No contest.
Now I am brought to golf. There has been such a big uproar over banning women from the PGA tour. It’s a men’s golf tournament. I completely agree. I say start letting women in once the LPGA starts letting men in. Ban them until then or don’t ever let them in. It’s a private tournament so the PGA should allow and disallow whomever they please. The LPGA would never open up their tournament to men because they know the men would win ever year and no woman would come even close. Feminists want to talk about equality of the sexes. Well that should go both ways. Not one. Men dominate in sports. Get over it.
I think that’s good enough for now. Part 2 will be coming soon and I’ll be discussing a few more differences.