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"betty free" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:18 min | 10 months ago

"betty free" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Joan Hamburg Show Talk Radio 77 W. ABC. What a week we've had. Hurricane, which was supposed to be like the worst hurricane in recent history didn't turn out to be that, but the storm Left over from New Orleans. We didn't drill eyes. What a big deal That was. And right now I'm on the east end of Long Island, and this was Some storm and I know New York City daughter my daughter's apartment building quite a large building. Wanted. Everything broke the elevator shut down, and people called from the tennis center where the games were that they were flooded. They couldn't get back to the city. They were sleeping all over the place. So it's been Crazy mess. And anyone who says we don't have climate change. I wish they were right, but they have to think again. It's really been a crazy upsetting time, however. You and I are here. We're still dealing with Covid. We're dealing with all these things and it's Labor Day, which has come around. It's hard for us to Get a handle on the end of summer. Already, but it's true, and not only is this Labor day it's the start on Monday. Of the Jewish New Year. Russia, Tiana the Jewish holiday, So we want to wish all of you. Are celebrating a happy new year. And let's hope that next year is better for everyone. That we get some control. On this virus, which is wrecking havoc, every which way economically. Psychologically. Every way. So the kids going back to school? All the anxiety and people are depressed and we're going to try to Lift ourselves out of it. We've got a great show for you This Sunday Erica A deal A really good writer and a film critic. Erica loves to write about. Women in the fifties. And this is before the sixties came with its big upheaval. And she was in the Hamptons when Betty Free Dan the mother of feminism, Lived in a commune with a bunch of a list people and you're going to meet all of them. Gloria Steinem, etcetera. And her book. Takes you through. It's very funny, but it takes you inside. The Hamptons and all these newly liberated women getting ready or planning the march the women's March 1970 the march for equality, and it's fascinating to see how all of them including Betty for Dan are caught between the women's movement and the promise of it. And the luck of the past the man the husband's picking up the financial responsibility, a lot of drama. A lot of funny a lot of jealousy. Lot about some of the people who changed the world like Betty Free, Dan, so come listen to that and then wonderful actress performer. She's great television personality. Christine Baranski is shopping by so we've got a big show a big day and again Happy New Year. All of you who are celebrating Happy Labor Day and let's raise a glass to a much better time in all of our lives and the lives of the world. We need it. Shay tuned everyone. The first lady of New York radio. This is Joan eat, and we're all leading on on and we're eating at home. I have noticed when I go to the market prices are much higher.

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"betty free" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

02:30 min | 11 months ago

"betty free" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"We've got a whole lot of sexual confusion in our society. We've got chest feeding. We've got babies drinking human milk and we have on the economic front a major she session and the only cure for she session. You now is a she coverage. Just ask canadian. Prime minister justin trudeau. It is exactly the example of the kinds of things you need to do to counter the. She says the she session and turn it into a she covering fact is the conservatives. Don't talk about that in their lengthy platform. You're you're right justin the conservatives. As far as i know they have never talked about this. She session and nor have they talked about the she cover. You got us there. You got us there so. I thought this was fake. When i saw that clip. I said no. This must be a a deep fake or something like that. No he really said it. In the point he's making is is even more ridiculous than the phrases that he's using. The point is making. Is that the economic recession has disproportionally. Put women out of work so the point is making is that ultimately we need all the women to be working outside of. Obviously women are going to work in whatever they're doing but we need the women to be working outside of the home. This is another very radical idea. That was once only pushed by the left once. It was not pushed by either the left or the right then it was pushed by the left and then even the right has adopted it to president trump talking about this women's unemployment is at an all time low. I thought is that is that a good thing. Is that necessarily a good thing. Is that something we have to celebrate. We insist that all women go out and work for the widget factory or something like that. What if a woman wants to stay home. What if a woman wants to raise her family. Keep a house and watch. The kids is that that's bad because then because that would be the she session because then the women's unemployment rate would be high. I mean they're not actually unemployed. They're doing the most important work on earth around which all the other work revolves but that is not understood or recognized valued in our modern liberal society liberal. Not just on the left but on the right is well. Why can't women do that. You know there was a famous debate between the american feminist betty. Free dan and the french feminists simone dubov war and betty free. Dan said something. And i think a lot of people would agree with. She said you know women wanna work..

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"betty free" Discussed on The Suburban Women Problem

The Suburban Women Problem

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"betty free" Discussed on The Suburban Women Problem

"And and you have the pressure especially on women to leave the workforce From the second world war a lot of propaganda to reinforce quote unquote traditional gender roles. Which were not at all traditional is kind of a a modern conception and that modern conception was very much white middle-class ideal which relied on a male breadwinner which in historical moment was really bolstered by the federal government By the gi bill. In so you have the white male breadwinner and The female homemaker and for conservative evangelicals. That was very quickly conflicted. With god's will and this is very much the vision of gender of femininity and masculinity that emerged in this moment in that evangelicals kind of claimed as god ordained it was only ever accessible to some white middle class americans and frankly A lot of women didn't really like it. And and what was interesting to me was some of the texts that i talk about on white evangelical womanhood that were written in the nineteen sixties and nineteen seventies. Started with the same premise. That betty free. Dan did that. American housewives miserable because this was a new way of existing. You're in isolation you're not appreciate it. It's a very lonely experienced. You're not fulfilled and christian. Women also felt this way but their solution was different whereas betty free down pointed women towards feminism equality. Christian women decided. You know what you just have to accept your all. You have to accept your submissive roll. You have do absolutely support your husband through thick and thin no matter what his behavior is and that is your key to happiness and so that was really interesting to me. And so it's to love and serve your husband into embrace your your submission submissive nature and submissive role but it is a very historically specific ideal of womanhood. All say full disclosure. I have been a homemaker. Most of our marriage more by circumstance than design. And i've tried to. According to my husband and daughter. I felt essential roles because they are incapable affiliated roles on their own but It's not something that i hate or i find is drudgery but i can definitely identify with feelings of isolation even in the twenty first century. Okay so now. We're ready to jump into some fun. Rapid fire questions. Are you ready i. Am you wrote an article last month. Criticizing the movie braveheart for its macho violence. So what's a movie from the nineties that you do love fun triggered ted cruz just a little bit just a little. Yeah so cheat a little bit here. Because i have to go two thousand and to get to legally blonde. It's so i'll use that as a great antidote. I would always say that to alex when he was at harvard. Like oh what is it hard. I love it okay. So you recently took a road trip for your daughter. Wanted to listen to nothing. But taylor swift so relatable now that you're an expert to subject matter expert. What is your favorite taylor. Swift song plus is a really hard question and so yes. It's my eight year old. Who's a huge taylor swift. Fan and nineteen eighty-nine hands down favorite album but then it's almost a toss up I'm gonna go with bad blood. It's my mood right now. Are like shaking she. That's the one toss up. So we tried to get and alex. Alex's opening statement for the public hearing align from from a taylor song. And i just didn't work out. The lawyers took it out. That is a crying shame. i know it was. Thank you for your efforts. we tried. We tried if it was up to you. Choose music for the next road trip. What would you listen to.

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"betty free" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"betty free" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Since 1968 Wednesday nights on KBC breaks the mold joined Candidate for Congress Joe Collins on the new Black Republicans show Wednesday nights at seven on Lee on 7 90 k A. B C BLACK Republicans show Pete for my Joe Collins 4321 of the favorite son of L. A. Ben Shapiro. It's Prevention Bureau show and you can get it right. Mm. Welcome to the bench Bureau show. I am not been Shapiro. I am Michael Knowles. You confined me if Michael Knowles show podcast on the daily wire. You can find me at Twitter at Michael J knows she could find me all over the place. You know? One topic that conservatives and leftists have been talking about incessantly for years and years and years is what do you think? Gender ideology, Right? That's this is the top It effects you know, in terms of an actual psychological disorder effects of very small number of people, and yet it seems like this topic has dominated. The news has dominated political discourse. I gave us speech actually at the University of Missouri Kansas City couple years ago, called men are not women and other uncomfortable truths and I was attacked at the speech. E was screamed at by all these people, and then someone actually jumped in and tried to attack me. Now I think it's very easy for conservatives to just throw up our hands and say, Man, he's left us to completely insane. They can't even admit that men are not women. And it's very easy for leftists who believe in this ideology to say that not only are we wrong, but we're really vile, wicked people if we're so cruelly going to deny the lived experience of some poor guy who thinks that he's actually woman trapped inside a man's body. And you know, we never really seem to talk to one another. We just have our own positions, and they seem completely irreconcilable. I actually think it is worth listening to the arguments that the gender ideologues make Because it shows you that this this idea that men could be women and women could be meant It didn't just spring out of the air. One day it didn't just pop into existence. You know a couple of years ago or something like that. This has been building for years and years and decades and decades and actually this transgender radiology. Comes naturally from the left longstanding opinions on sex, gender. Biology nature itself. There's a video that's gone viral on Tic Tac. I'm not a member of Tic tac myself, but you see these things go around the Internet, and it's a guy who's wearing very over the top sort of clownish makeup. You know, Red eye Shadow and He's got big lipstick on and very curly blond hair, and one imagines. He's a sort of Some form of transgender person, But he's definitely definitely guy. And he's arguing that certain feminists are really wrong and violent bone headed for believing that men cannot identify as women and well, his argument doesn't make any sense by the standard of reality. When you compare his argument to other arguments, the left makes He's not totally wrong. Before I get some turfs up in my comment sections being like women means adult human female. First off you second of all. Y'all don't even know your family's history. Second wave feminism was about relieving women from their reproductive roles and duties. It's regressive to reclaim female as this like in And I'll be all term for what womanhood is like, literally know your history. Feminism was not About that feminism was about alleviating Thies gender roles and general duties based on reproductive capability. It was about getting rid of it. And that's why feminism belongs to us queers and trans people now because It began us off half turfs. When he's referring to church by the way, he's referring to what's called trans, exclusive, exclusionary radical feminists that basically women who think that women are actual group of people and men can't be women. The thing is, this guy is almost entirely correct about second wave feminism. There's a famous debate between Betty Free Dan The very famous American feminist and Simone de Beauvoir, the French feminist and strumpet of jumble. Sartre in which free dances well, women can do whatever they want, right and c'mon, divorces. No, we can't let women stay home and raise a family because if they have that choice, they'll take it and we need to force women out into the working world. So much of second wave feminism was about Convincing women that there was no special category of femininity that actually, if women wanted to matter and have value they needed to take on male roles and responsibilities, they had to hold themselves up to male standards, and that basically the only legitimate virtues were male virtues. Why they a lot of these activists said. Now forget about your kids. Forget about your family. You need to go out. You need to go work. You need to go drinking. You need to treat sex the same way Men treat sex. Because the the idea here while so many conservatives say, you know, third wave feminism. The new feminism is really wrong. But second wave was okay. First week was really good. Maybe the problem is just feminism itself. Maybe the problem is that the feminist ideology Posits that there's no difference between men and women. Men and women are maybe you know, they look a little different. I got a few different organs. But there's no significant difference between men and women. And what this guy this gender ideologue is saying is okay. Feminists. I believe you. There's no difference between men and women. So then I who am a man, my biology. Everything about me. Says I'm a man. Maybe I could be a woman too. Maybe this actually is the logic. Of these leftist ideologies coming to fruition. And.

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"betty free" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"betty free" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"Are you very yes? Oh, actually ask you aren't before. The come on with. Yes, means yes, midnight year, but I'm kind of glad that didn't happen because. Someone you've written about more recently. I thought was pretty good and worth talking about on its own with with just you. You had an article about I. Know How to describe this trend. How how would you? How would you describe this trend like like? The I will try to give a way to you. Call the feminists paper dolls. What, that is yeah, so I wrote a piece about The Kurdistan filled wrote essentially a novel of Fan Fiction About Hillary Clinton reimagining her life. Had She never married bill? Clinton Stayed Hillary Rodham and it was completely a fantasy version of Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton, that has never been touched with corruption or Or an evil thought in her in her head, and this coincided with releases of missing Mrs America the The FX show that presents Gloria Steinem as of just very well-intentioned. Anti. White woman, just doing her best. Not taking money from the. Overweight. Omit hurting. Or did actually say that she rejected. Totally totally absent. It's like this eight never existed. That's bad enough. I was worried that you were saying that. They took the even extra step of having a CIA away. No. I don't I don't know necessarily the the people who wrote this show. New anything really about second way feminism like it just seemed to be a filtered through wikipedia articles about each feminist Betty Fudan, somehow not wildly. Back Brace Est.. And also sort of also very well intentioned. Would Betty free down. was you know her version of feminism was just like why can't white women? Bomb other, countries. Or Run tobacco. You know corporations or whatever the fuck? Like that was her version of feminism was power feminism and she was extremely hostile to any structural feminist or anti racist. Feminist she was, she was absolutely nightmare, and she's presented of course very She's just curmudgeonly and people don't understand her. So, basically, the paper Dole saying is just like. Oh, you can just come up in any outfit you want. And pretend like that's who they are. It has nothing to do with. Their actual substance or character I just thought of another weird book. Hold on I just put i. just put the Lincoln. They're like Azure, talking more things popping mind, but Meena Harris the daughter Maya Harris. Kamala. Harris she as we pushing a children's book of insects, childhood of Kamala and Myers big idea, and it's her mom and her aunt, basically as children, I'm not district the weirdest of shame, this something, almost admirable behalf shameless a nepotism is right. She's just cashing in on her mother and aunt to write a book. She's always doing stuff. Is Kinda cashing in on why her her mother and her aunts connections? But it's interesting. Just kind of feels that there's A. A market for this infantilized discourse, and a lot of people are like meaning leaning into where I talked about the Hillary Children's book with you. That had a really weirdly infantilized. You go girl, let this kind of young adult Hero's journey type of thing reducing everything to that Hero's journey formula that the US all the movies now and the way you described Miss America Mrs America. Kenneth sounded like that as well. Yeah, no, there's A. There's a huge market for this. I was in last time. I was able to go into a bookstore. You know they have a children's book of the life of Coco Chanel somehow leaving out the part where she fucked Nazis, and I use the Holocaust to her advantage to gain control of her perfume line back from its Jewish owner so..

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"betty free" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"betty free" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Home or you just want to use your brain to think about something other than you know coming up on the show today bestselling author speaker and now podcast host Pranay brown will be here her new podcast is called unlocking us and it is perfect for this moment plus we'll speak to the author of hidden valley road a fascinating account of a family plagued by schizophrenia and how their DNA has helped researchers and will take a minute to meditate together sixty seconds of mental space is on the plan for today we will get to all of it but first on March twenty second nineteen seventy two the equal rights amendment was passed by Congress from there it went on to the states for what seemed like could be a swift ratification process and then well Phyllis Schlafly happened a new series from FX Primera on Hulu called Mrs America is a fictionalized account of Schlafly's ability to mobilize conservative women in this country to fight the RA all while sort of ironically feeding her own ambition and acting a bit like a feminist except for that torpedoing an amendment to secure equal white rights thing the series Mrs America stars Cate Blanchett is Phyllis Schlafly as she lunges and parries with the leaders of the women's liberation movement Gloria Steinem played by rose Byrne Shirley Chisholm played by it was overdue by Betty free downplayed by Tracey Ullman and Bella Abzug played by Margot Martindale the nine part series doesn't take the binary hero villain arc it's more nuanced than that showrunner and writer W. Waller does not shy away from tackling the issues and divisions within the feminist movement is unafraid to explore the motivations of the women involved in stock E. R. A. it's a story of political maneuvering a history lesson and a reminder that the experiences and opinions of women never have and never will be monolithic Mrs America premieres on Hulu on April fifteenth and here's a little preview featuring Cate Blanchett as Phyllis Schlafly I am not against women I am not against women working outside the whole but what I am against is the women's liberation movement we need to get the word out quickly we want the right to be a mother the right to be a white delivers one to create a sex neutral to tell me you know what you're saying our movement is about fighting the oppression of all women we do not want housewives thinking that we are against them we are against the Aleutians how long are we supposed to wait how much time do we get people to adapt to change the other one is kind of waiting creator and showrunner Davi Waller.

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"betty free" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

09:32 min | 3 years ago

"betty free" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"All of its all of the nuclear negotiators that didn't reach an agreement with the United States. It's not confirmed. It's very hard to confirm anything from North Korea. On the other hand, it is it is certainly not something that Kim genuine wouldn't do because of moral reasons. That society is not governed by any rules of morality of which you are familiar with which you are familiar. That's what you need to understand this notion that. Oh, we don't need the Judeo Christian principles or for that matter other religious principles. We will figure it out on our own is, is not true. Many places have not figured it out on their own. And many individuals in our society, have not figured it out on their own. It's very complex. Unfortunately, the, the simplest belief. That God wants us to be good is the most complex idea in the, the human species. Because people make it complex. And they fill it with a whole host of other things. What is good mean what does God mean that begins that one? Although I think that biblical good is pretty clear. How 'bout you know love your neighbors yourself on the ten commandments are star has just the ten commandments? Even forget love your neighbor. If you if people live by the ten commandments that's one of my first bible commentary volume was exodus, because it contains the ten commandments. Realize if people just live by that we would be police. Do you realize that is the opposite of North Korea? Thou shalt not murder. For example. That's it's not even a governing principle. Allow the say, please, that even if you don't allow meal say it so somewhat of rhetorical device, that is uncalled for. But I shall say again. The beginning if the beginning of wisdom is as the song, put it is the fear of God or or reverence for God, whatever however you wish to interpret it translated, I should say, the beginning of foolishness. Is the belief that people are basically good. It is the it is the foundation of stupidity. You become a fool, if you believe that human nature is good. I never said it's evil people. This quote me on this quota a lot. But it isn't basically good. Read about what goes on in North Korea, the joy of inflicting, excruciating pain of people. When they are put in labor camps for no for no. It would be it would be evil, if, if it were done to murderers. And it is done to people who think incorrectly, or who other relatives of somebody who was scape relatives of people who escaped North Korea or tortured. Yes. It's. I have no idea how often I reflect on the fact that North Koreans and I live on the same in the same world. That at this very moment that I am basking in the liberty and luxury of America. There are people at this moment. It's very Erie to think this way being tortured. In North Korea not only North Korea, but perhaps percentage wise the greatest amount is on there. But hey, we don't need the ten commandments were over above it. And reflecting on America house. This one Disney announced that it's threatening Georgia. As the Wall Street Journal editorial today, puts it. This knee. CEO Bob Eiger told Reuters this week that it would be very difficult unquote for Disney to continue filling its movie and television content in Georgia. If a new state abortion law takes effect, I think many people who work for us will not want to work there and we will have to heed their wishes in that regard right now. We are watching very carefully. Mr. Iger said, I am sure that there are a number of people at Disney, especially among some of its top women who have said, hey, if we I'm not going to work for Disney in Georgia. In the film part, if you if you make any films there. And of course, what is he going to say, then I feel terrible. I really love you. When I love you work. The United States is the mock Racine. That's what we keep screaming we progressives. And therefore, this is we have to win the minds of Americans we can't shove abortion down their throats. As we have since Rovigo. We, we have to work through the process. See, they don't really try to convince people because the left doesn't almost ever, try to convince people because their arguments are usually so patently stupid, for example. It's okay. Really for male bodies to race against female bodies in, in races. Some end up in CW record was just was just broken by a transgender woman, meaning a man who is who considers himself a woman. And by the way, if this person looks like a woman acts like a woman, and has a female name I will refer to this person in the female. My argument is with allowing such people to race against women notice. Incidentally, I point this out regularly. The feminist movement has said nothing about this because feminism has never given a damn about women. It gives a damn about leftism, and it can't stand men, but women are not its primary concern anymore than communists really cared about workers. Feminism uses females to advance leftism. Environmentalists us care for the environment to advance leftism. This is a very complex thing for people to understand. But that's what it is about. They're all sort. And by the way, not everybody, even on the left is conscious of this. But that is the that is the case. As, as I told you, I read throughs, a huge book, just read through the, the in effect, the fickle ration- of independence of, of modern American feminism feminine mystique by Betty free. Dan, she grew up a Marxist, and she, she constantly makes the themes. Apparent in her book. Feminism uses women to advance leftism environmentalists, use the environment to advance leftism. Communists us workers to advance leftism. And that's that is what the cases. So Bob idir threatens Georgia. You know, how many states by the way, California has banned its its employees from doing any business in. I I'm, I'm going to announce the list because it's vacation time coming up, and you see, here's the question that people wanna fight if conservatives if freedom lovers forget, conservatives, if liberal and conservative, freedom lovers fought the left we'd win. They fight we, we surrender. Every society. Every state that has been banned from doing business with the state of California because they don't like laws. You passed. You should not visit California do not bring your terrorist money. The national parks of Utah are stunning go there. Go to the Grand Canyon. Go to collation national park, go to not Yosemite. Yellowstone in Wyoming. You can see a lot of beauty without visiting.

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"betty free" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:27 min | 3 years ago

"betty free" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm getting lunches together, I'm helping the kids finish up their homework and making sure everyone's wearing socks and my husband says, they're drinking his coffee on his phone. He doesn't do it on purpose. He doesn't even realize what's going on around him that starchy Lachmann. She's a clinical psychologist, and that's a story. She heard from a lot of moms. She talked to them and some of their husbands for her book all the rage mothers fathers and the myth of equal partnership. I was initially going to interview one hundred women for the book because that's what Betty free ended for the feminine mistake. So I thought oh that's a good place to start one hundred women. But by the time, I got up into the forties. I was just like, you know, these interviews all sound exactly this name. It didn't matter the age of the woman where in the country. She was living. Her says economic status. It was just it was so consistent. How did you get the husbands to open up? When I got toward the end of my research. I tried to contact all the women that I've spoken with and just said, hey, would your husband's be willing to talk. The interesting thing about it was when I spoke to the women they were also enthusiastic and passionate when I talked to their husbands. They were really nice. But they were so clearly disinterested in the topic. It wasn't that. They didn't know that their wives are never frustrated with them. It just didn't seem particularly important to them. And I don't mean to imply that they were coal to their wives or indifferent to their wives. It just really didn't register as such a big deal. Like a fact of like like, this is just the way things are. Yes. Absolutely. In fact, one of the women that I interviewed said to me, my husband sees we have an issue with this. But he considers it my problem. So he says to me there's really nothing I can do and it would be helpful. If you weren't so bothered by this. Wow. Let me ask you this the amount of childcare that men take on was actually rising in the nine. One thousand nine hundred ninety s but then we did see it level off. So what happened it seemed like we were sort of making some progress in this issue. Yeah. It's a really good question. There's some interesting research on ideas about household fairness and one of the studies I came across that really seem to quantify. This was they looked at the time you styrene of couples. And then they asked a couples what are your feelings about your division of household labor? And the percentage of work that men who reported the greatest feelings of fairness were doing was thirty five percent. So men doing thirty five percent of the domestic work felt of all the people in the study that things were most fair. But the thing that was even perhaps more interesting and also disturbing women basically agreed with them women who were doing sixty six percent of their households. Labor felt like they had the fairest arrangements of all the women in the study. That's extrordinary is some of this just because our culture is set up this way. How do you get schools, for example to call the dads? I for parents to text the dad about carpools and play dates, right? It's so baked in I had a woman who was not the primary parent in her house. Her husband works from home. And he did a lot more care of their daughter. And she said to me, you know, the school still calls me the fights all go to me. I get the message constantly that I'm the one who's supposed to be doing this. And she felt a lot of guilt because of it and her colleagues Seda her, you know, if you were a man, you wouldn't be thinking twice about this. It would just be how it was. And I've heard dad's tell me that it's hard for them to break in and being -cluded. I know single dads, divorced dads are gay dads. Daddy, take the leap parenting who find it hard to find community among parents at school. Yes, I spoke to some stay at home dads, actually. And of course, they said just that one guy told me he didn't wanna make friends with other stay at home dads because their attitude was often. Well, I'm just doing this until I have a better job or more work or something. It was almost like. Disrespectful of the role. And he didn't want to be around that what about same sex partners? I did interview some same sex couples for the book, and there is some research that suggests that lesbians co parent most harmoniously of all gender combinations of couples. And if you think about how girls and boys are raised girls to the communal boys to be agenda. It makes sense that to women parenting together being that they both have this kind of lifelong social pressure to really always be thinking about other people would get along the best during parenting, the most likely to be thinking about each other's needs more often than not what do we need to do. Do you hear any stories about people making it work? Yeah. I did. Actually, I actually wrote the book that I would have loved to have before I became a parent. My husband, and I are both progressive we totally planned to do everything split equally. Even though it was more of a vague notion than a plan to sumptious, and it really doesn't work that way, we didn't take into account our own internalized sexism, not just his sexes. A my internalized sexism my impulse to go out of my way to spare him any inconvenience. So I think couples really sit down and say, you know, this is how it's going to go for not careful. They can be careful and the couples I talked to who were doing this most successfully really made parody a team effort and a goal. So then they could sit down when either of them felt overburden and say, hey, this mutual goal. We said I'm feeling like we're not. Meaning we have to recalibrate one woman said to me, she was actually a sociologist who had gone to school to study work and family, and she knew it was going to go this way. And she said to her boyfriend who later became her husband, look, if you wanna be with me, we're going to make a spreadsheet, and we're gonna decide who does what? And he said, well, let's let it be more organic. And I don't know if they ever made the spreadsheet, but the two of them really decided early on that they were committed to this. He also happened to be Swedish, which she said helped really kind of staying on top of it seemed to be the most important thing for. Couples. And so what do you think? The takeaway is what needs to happen. I think the takeaway is more awareness. One of the problems is that we have this idea of the modern involve father. We all know that things have improved a lot since the nineteen fifties. And it's really easy to focus on that rather than to know. And I think most people don't know 'cause they don't look at statistics that bothers participation level off at thirty five percent around the year two thousand so we go into parenting expecting something like parody, but it doesn't manifest so our expectations are really not being met. And that leads to a lot of anger that was Darcy Lachmann author of all the rage. Mothers fathers, and the myth of equal partnership. Thank you very much. Thank you. From kqed news. I'm me Cam. Hi, kate. Dash is photographer skateboarder and mother of two who focuses her lens on other bay area artists who are also moms with her photography. She wants us to see these women as more than just mothers capturing moments when they're working on a music video or mid twerk at a dance party in honor of mother's day. Host of right now pinned RBIs harsh off wanted to find out more about how Kate balances her art practice alongside parenting and enjoying her time. He caught up with her while she was getting her hair done at a salon in San Francisco. I'm kate. Dash photographer.

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"betty free" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"betty free" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Was stopped by very famous. Actress Shirley Theorin. She's been dressing him as a girl. She was three. Poor kid comes into the world. The less talks about rights, but apparently the right to having starting life with the mother and father. Who are married to each other is not one of the rights that they believe in. The narcissism of heart of leftism was apparent to me when I was in college. Profoundly selfish kids were in the movement self centered self realization. Betty free, Dan. I'm just about done with her book the feminine mystique. Self realization, self realization, self realization. That's it. That was the those the keywords then. Daily Mail, which has been reporting on America than any merica newspaper. Shirley's my child. I thought was a boy is a girl for the first time. The Hollywood actress reveals why her adopted child Jackson is wearing dresses. And her inspiration. Her own mother who shot her father. Shirley's who lives in Beverly hill said Jackson is much girl as her sister from three. She has made this decision. This woman gives women a bad name. Give single mothers bad name, I married to single mother for those of you who think that I'm saying about everyone. She gives oil you can't give Hollywood bad name. It's not possible. You are you're one of the only professors of screenwriting at the American Film Institute for years. Your life was in Hollywood. So I'm not asking this to be cute. I have no problem and every soul from being cute. This is not one of those times. It's too serious. Do particularly foolish people go into Hollywood or Hollywood make them stupid. I mean, dangerously stupid arrogantly stupid like Robert deniro. What do you think? I linked to the latter two. I think the chances of your being a worse human being. If you become successful in Hollywood are great. It is a bad environment for for the conscience. And for the mind, you do you become stupid and the worst is it's combined with arrogance. When I think I think when these pe- some people not all by the way, I adopted a child just to see. No, of course, it wasn't just I it was his mother, and I..

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"betty free" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

09:37 min | 3 years ago

"betty free" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The host that is not named using the host's name. Maybe I should give it a name. The the clarify put America first. He that's true. That's a good point. Okay. So we'll ring name the show clarity clarity over agreement. Our? Not exactly sexy have to say gonna draw in vast number of listeners. Hi, everybody Dennis Prager here. And I had on today. James Patterson was the last thing with gentleman Robbins. Yes, James Robbins. Right for the conservative onto the few who writes for the USA today reading his book. America's past finished, Betty free. Dan, by the way. I mentioned I think I mentioned right on the air mentioned privately that she compared house von to inmates Nazi cuts trae shin camp because both had their identities suppressed. You know, what is it? Give away. I'm gonna get back to the. The racing America's past issue in the moment. Do you know what is moral giveaway? When you hear the following phrase? You know that the person you're speaking to is not morally serious. All right. This is that this is very serious invite -ment because it is so common that I surely indicting some nice people, but. Remember the clarity over agreement. Our? Show. Here. It is. Auschwitz and hero Sheba. That is a giveaway that a person is not morally serious that they speak in moral terms to feel good about themselves. But they haven't done any serious thinking about moral issues about good and evil. The lumping of Hiroshima Auschwitz is moral idiocy of the first order Betty free. Does it in the last chapter of her book when she talks about other issues than feminism? The and of course, the obscene immoral Warren, Vietnam. You're not morally serious, if you say that either you can say, it was a mistake and be morally serious, you could say we should not have gone there. Good people can debate that. But there was no debate on was was a moral imperative or just immoral and obscene. That is when began element tie it in to the book. James Robbins book that began the sixties began the rewriting of the American narrative, the left used to things the civil rights battle and the war in Viet nam to smear the last best hope. On earth. That's that's what had happened. Liberals put up with it. Liberals have been cowards all of my life. That was not a not every liberal liberal establishment. They didn't go along with it. They didn't spell America. A M E R. I K K K A or just a presume fascist using the German spelling of America. But they didn't attack the left. And now we see the fruition. Half of America's millennials think this country is founded in sin founded in evil. There are no heroes. It's a very tough coal. There are two nation in this nation because the only thing that made America nation given how diverse it's ethnicities. The only thing that made a nation was shared ideas. If you don't share ideas, you don't have an American nation. So that's in nutshell. The civil war that we are engaged in now. You know, I do a fireside chat each week just between half a million a million views each week. And seasonally just put in Dennis Prager fireside chat pre-university fireside chat. And it's interesting. How many questions come from young people outside of the United States? The last one I recorded was actually more than half the questions almost all the questions come from young people teenagers, very young. And the. The majority came from abroad. So somebody I Don I don't remember what country he or she was from. But asks do I think that America will the will have a civil war meaning violence of war? Am I said, which is my private and public answer? I pray NUP. But I used to say, no. This is a change. This is a very sad change the rift. In America is is exit stencil if they love that word with regard to global warming. But I'll tell you what existentialist threat this an existential threat to the existence to be redundant existential means of the United States of America. That is how serious the left we challenges and the Democratic Party has caved in entirely. Utterly and thoroughly. So bad is America that in in one of the truly unbelievable? Positions. Is reparations to blacks in the United States for slavery. The staggering number. We should get the percentage what percentage of American males died to end slavery to which of course, the left says they did to win slavery. They die to keep the union together. But the union was rendered a nonunion because of slavery. So the just avoiding the the obvious calls interestingly, we have a video preview on the origins of the civil war, which are slavery and. Every single southern states seceded said that's a c that said it was because slavery. If the north had buckled on slavery. They wouldn't have been Shiva war. So of course, it was about slavery. That's that's how big the rift is we we are two nations at this time. And here's here is in a sense. His have used in while the corker. There's no word is though use of the use of it. But I think it's it's somewhat of somewhat cake. Here's the topper. Better. The left blames Donald Trump for the disunity. Where was I just reading about a mail sent to me? Find it for you. They petitioned the school. I don't think it's a college. I think it's high school that kids wear ethnic sashes. At their graduation. So for example, a one kid said, you know, my parents came here from Guatemala. I wanna wear the quantum flag flag sash or something like that. I was thinking. That's new. Why why wouldn't you want to wear something that celebrated the.

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"betty free" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:53 min | 3 years ago

"betty free" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The comb or coal eight five five six two four zero one six three. There is a civil war in the society may continue to be on violent largely but always violent. But may it be that way? There is a civil war. Prager for amac dot com. The autumn it issues our talking to you about the book of Genesis these weeks prior to the release of the rush of a bible. Genesis. My next volume and my bible come in, Terry. I want you to understand if nothing else whatever your position, I want you to understand that the this civil war just made mention of. Is overwhelmingly bible based versus anti-base that there are a lot of. People a lot of secular conservatives share my values about so many things like totally get it. But ultimately, that's what the battle is about. What is the conservative argument without using a bible based value system? What is the conservative argument for maintaining he and she. Well, I mean, there's a rational argument because ninety nine point nine percent of humanity identifies as he or she. But aside from that, what is it a good thing? The fact that people do it they do it. But the the anti bible based crowd is the left. They believe it's not a good thing. Non binary. That's this article in scientific American which by the way, we put up at the Dennis Prager dot com. Just want you to know putting up an article totally disagree with. But we do that all the time want you to read what the other side says. A world in which users can choose between a masculine feminine sounding series a real improvement over one in which all virtual assistance are only women like, but let's not stop there with advances like, Hugh, we have the chance to move beyond the practice of gratuitous 'gendering. So they don't even want the latronic voices to have gender. I assume you have their professors of oh, boy, this isn't this isn't scientific American two women women have played it this proportionate role in the breakdown of the of the order that I'm speaking of a lot of men are part of it, obviously. But women have played at this proportionate role. Just like men play this portion role in some other antisocial things. Each sex seems to contribute to the breakdown. Women have really women in academia, have really really contributed Abigail Sagis and Juliet Williams are professors of sociology and of gender studies respectively at UCLA. They are writing a book about use of the concept of gender neutrality in the law. News media and political activism. Mayor two women who've made the world a little worse. It's not easy to make the world worse. They can they are well anyway, professors of sociology and gender studies. It's bad. It's bad scene in both. So interesting people say, oh, I'm reading the feminine mystique by Betty free. Dan. It's a very long book. I didn't realize when I when I answered it. But but is what it is. I wanted to read the net effect though that unleashed the modern feminist movement is written into think sixty two nineteen sixty two. And it's all about how housewife remakes women stupid limits them. Let's get them out of the house and into the the intellectual world. So I I'm curious. So we happy that the world better if this contribution that these two women are making may I offer a whore. I mean, truly thought that. That can cannot be said almost outside of talk radio. I think they would have done better for the world had they not become professors of sociology and gender. Studies and raised wonderful children. Now, they may be raising wonderful children this way to with possible. I understand I'm just telling you. These these are two women who thanks to feminism are now professors of sociology and gender studies. And they're fighting against the binary 'gendering of the human species. This is the next frontier. Remember point I made earlier for the left. There were no goal posts. It's a very important point. As soon as something cheese. So they redefine marriage one of those radical steps in the history of the western world, the redefining marriage to include members of the same sex and within ten minutes there onto a new crusade, no gender. But this I read to you. This is back to our ultimate. Well, we're in the ultimate issue. But back to the what I'm explaining to. You is the ultimate issues issue is about. The battle against. The biblical worldview, and the very term pinnacle worldview, you have been led to believe is primitive that intellectual people. The people don't have a biblical worldview that's just for a bunch of Christian kooks. That's that's really that's what you have been led to believe when I say, biblical worldview, I know that even for those of you who have sympathy for what with what I'm saying. It's electoral sympathy, the this cringing that takes place. A biblical worldview versus an evolutionary psychological worldview. Oh my God. Which is more sophisticated right? That's the way people think that's what you're taught to think. This gender battle is the ultimate battle. And secular conservatives need to make peace with the fact.

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"betty free" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"betty free" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Don't miss the best of enemies starring Academy Award nominee Rashi Henson play an at water. He's civil rights activists who was able to approach hate with love and Academy Award winner. Sam rockwell. You don't get my word what I'm going to get in. He'll wait if you change one heart, you can change the world. Note saying go made you made me the best of enemies based on the untold true story with thirty maybe inappropriate for children under thirteen in theaters. April fifth. I've been pregnant is an honor to be with you. The first hour was largely devoted. To the question of women and their major. Based on my question. Reading Betty free..

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"betty free" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"betty free" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"All right time will tell. But after nine books. And thousands of lectures, and tens of thousands of people saying that touched their life for the better. I feel that. I do I've earned some degree of worthiness of being heard when I haven't insight. Let's all. And this has been percolating for many years, but it really came to the fore reading something that I felt I would differ with. But I I prefer to read things differ with our we did. Many of you know, I I studied Russian and international relations graduate school and and for a couple of years of graduate school. I read Pravda the Soviet communist newspaper in Russian L most every day because I wanted to know what they say to their people fascinated me anyway, this is not comparable, obviously. But I want to know what Betty free, Dan, the mother of modern feminism had to say in her classic works. I'm reading them in the middle the feminine mystique. And I I realized. If you read it. And especially if you read it in nineteen sixty three. It seems. So right women were just if she was right. I think she's way way overstated it. But nevertheless, let's assume she was right. So women were just deeply oppressed. By having to be. Relegated to housewifery the word housewife. Respectfully us there. The they did not have the chance to develop their minds and great the poetry. They wanted or. Get the degree in political science that they they would've federal political science may not have been around as a subject that you get the gist. But then it occurred to me while reading it if she's right women today should be the happiest women in human history. American women anyway. Essentially, everything she asked for has come about. Many women don't wanna marry many women will work outside of the house develop their full potential to be sales people and poets and teachers and all these things, but there they are twice as depressed, his men, and I know people on the left love to speak about angry men, but please there's no comparison between anger and men and women today. Men are marching in millions with their with their fists up and and screaming about oppression. The kill themselves. But that's a separate issue. Why aren't women happier? Why is there? A staggering number of women in colleges in college. Where they outnumber men. Six two four three to my math. Correct. That's a lot. That's fifty percent more. Isn't it? Half of too is one one two three. I got it. So I have a tentative conclusion that there is a malcontent adminis- in female nature and women have to work on it. Just as men have to work on the aggression and sexual predatory behavior in their nature. I don't believe that either sex is intrinsically superior. So what is it that they have to work on? And all right. Let's go to Pensacola, Florida lily highly. Not that story about the dog. I worked at DC human most difficult. I am. A birthday today. Happy birthday lily of Pensacola, and I I that you touched on the fact that I was born in nineteen sixty during the time, then they mail said, I'm not going to be paying anymore. They kinda like like that. And then they said, no more dry, and what happened was they that statement those physical in just doing say they feel a bit too constricted, wrapping up like mummy. Stop it. I don't care what the question is. You'd have to suck too much and just feel kinda.

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"betty free" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"betty free" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Feminism Betty, free dance the feminine mystique. I've decided to read wanna get acquainted with what it is that really created the feminist revolution. And what animates it is. You don't exist. This is truly. I I read you her words, you don't exist. If you're a housewife, you have no personality, you have no identity. There is no you. You are a floor wax, sir. You are a server you are a a dishwasher. That's that's the that's the impetus for the feminist movement. That is why it is the ultimate nightmare. If you if anyone ever says, you know, maybe we would do better if at least for a period of time somebody, and it's usually the woman will take charge of the home, and maybe outside the home is not all that good for society. Maybe not even all that good for the woman, not not all work is all that meaningful. And anyway, then he saw sea person wants women barefoot and pregnant. The berry free. Dan, Betty, free damage created a nightmare scenario. I'm just I'm describing now I'm not knocking it because I want to hear your reaction to the nightmare is we're supposed to find meaning in floor waxing. But we don't. And women didn't know who they were hence the feminist movement. Okay. So your reactions to it..

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"betty free" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:59 min | 3 years ago

"betty free" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And and and others that I have no not every single basketball, and man marries, but the vast majority do. Nobody listening to this show believes that thirty year old living in his parent's home. In the basement is masculine. Right. I mean, that's just and we're not talking talking about the vast majority. If if he had a terrible accident and can't take care of himself because he was paralyzed in a car crash. I totally get it. But we're not talking about every there's no such thing as every you'd have to make generalizations to understand life. Okay. Arthur in Jacksonville, Florida home of the Jaguars. Yes. The prager. That's me. Hey, I love you, brother. Your kindred spirit, say lament, no more. Jerry Falwell senior told me personally to rightly divide the word the truth. So I recognize it when I hear it concern, you do speak it. And as far as your topic masculinity is define force. I king day before son Solomon in proverbs. And the main starting point is the understanding of the free types of women the harlot scrapes woman the virtuous women. It's the virtuous women say that would be listening to your show, and they do have the right as a virtuous woman does to expect a responsible, man. And so I just wanted to tell you, sir. I appreciate you every every Wednesday listening to your show, and I actually have a third book coming out in may in the original language, I damage Genesis chapter to chapter three. Could I send you a copy, sir? Would you give me permission to do that? Yes. Of course. I would be honored. Thank you very much. Bye. Bye. Genesis coming out too. And the rational bible series anyway, thank you kindly. I appreciate that. I met that. Jerry Falwell senior, by the way. There's some vault that has a video of my my dialogue with him. I was about twenty nine or thirty years old. Okay. Did it with Betty free, Dan to that would be priceless? I have to try to get that video. Betty free. Dan. Was I was debating Betty free, Dan interviewing slash debating. She's the mother of modern feminism. And at one point she said, you're a male chauvinist piglet, maybe because I was so young. She didn't say pig. I never understood why it was only a piglet to this day. I'm not clear, and then she walked off the stage. And I just continue talking. It had no impact on me. And then she came back. I didn't ask her to come back. I didn't say, Aw, shucks. All righty. Carlos. Hi Carlos Dennis Prager year in north Hollywood, California. Thank you for calling. Pronounced north day Hollywood. That's very cute. All right. Okay. So the question the challenge, I have is can homosexual be masculine. I think so. I do. I have I have I've thought that through. I do believe so. The. I have defined it in terms of relation to women. But a gay man can be strong again man can be quite in touch with his bail side. He happens not to be attracted sexually to women. But only two men, but he probably undoubtedly wants a variety of men, but he, but he also commits to to blonde. So I I do believe it's possible. Does does that surprise you? No. I just thought it was an interesting question. It is a very interesting question. Thank you. I do believe so. I mean, a lot a lot of gay men or not. But there are I know gay men who are. You know to. That's absolutely absolutely true. But the vast majority of men or heterosexual. And that's that's the group that I am that I am talking about. It's very. It's a very scary proposition. How it is being undermined. I frankly, I believe that any of the psychologist of the American psychological association who said traditional masculinity is toxic about one of them is masculine. There was like a statement to the world. Let us non masculine men tell you about masculinity. We'll be back. I'm Dennis Prager, the male female, our the Dennis Prager show live from the relief factor pain-free studio. Hi, my name is Ryan born danika born and where the owners of south coast. We started our company ten years ago in an effort to help our fellow Christians experiencing tax issues resolved their matters by taking a simple three-step approach. I will take the time with you to understand what happened next analyzer situation. And finally, we'll take the proper steps to fix the issues..

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"betty free" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

07:25 min | 3 years ago

"betty free" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Prime Minister and political analysts can Harper was not surprised when Donald Trump on the twenty sixteen presidential election explains why and why it's so significant than the new video from Prager university seeing Prager Utah com where we teach what is the talk. Paul Dennis Prager here. Male-female? Our second hour. Every Wednesday subject is masculinity. It's in the news. It's very great thing for meant to be masculine and for women to be feminine. Just that statement immediately says to you that I am not on the left, and that's sad. I celebrate masculinity and femininity therefore, I cannot be on the left. It's really it's a very frightening thing when you think about it. Strength is a big factor. Also being in touch with being a man and man's yearnings. Primarily earnings are not the same as women's. Part of being a masculine man is wanting. For a variety of women. But being a masculine man means committing to one it's called marriage. But when I when I hear men on TV or read them say, oh, you know, this is this is. This desire is socially induced. I know I'm not talking about a masculine, man. He's not even in touch with his own nature. Taking care of people. That their masculine men who'd never marry John Bolton radiates masculinity. Never married. And and others that I have known not every single basketball, and man marries, but the vast majority do. Nobody listening to this show believes that a thirty year old living in his parent's home. In the basement is masculine. Right. I mean, that's just and we're not talking. We're talking about the vast majority. If if he had a terrible accident and can't take care of himself because he was paralyzed in a car crash. I totally get it. But we're not talking about every there's no such thing as every you have to make generalizations to understand life. Okay. Arthur in Jacksonville, Florida home of the Jaguars. Yes. That's me. Hey, I love you, brother. Your kindred spirit. You want to say lament, no more. Jerry Falbo see told me personally, rightly divide the word the cruise. So I recognize it when I hear it in sir, you do speak. It's. As far as your topic masculinity is defined force by king, David four son Solomon in proverbs in the main starting point is the understanding of the free types of women, the harlot scrapes woman, virtuous women, it's the virtuous women say that would be listening to your show, and they do have the right as a virtuous woman does to expect a responsible man in. So I just wanted to tell you, sir. I appreciate you every every Wednesday listen to your show, and I actually have a third book coming out in may in the original language, I damage Genesis chapter to chapter three. Could I send you a copy, sir? Would you give me permission to do that? Yes. Of course. I would be honored. Thank you very much. My by Genesis coming out too. In the rational bible series. Anyway, thank you kindly. I appreciate that. I met the Jerry Falwell senior, by the way. There is some vault that has a video of my my dialogue with him. I was about twenty nine or thirty years old. Okay. I did it with Betty free, Dan to that would be priceless. I have to try to get that video. Betty free. Dan. Was I was debating Betty free, Dan interviewing slash debating. She's the mother of modern feminism. And at one point she said, you're male chauvinist piglet, maybe because I was so young. She didn't say pig. I never understood why it was only a piglet to this day. I've not clear and then she walked off the stage. And I just continue talking. It had no impact on me. And then she came back. I didn't ask her to come back. I didn't say, Aw, shucks. All righty. Carlos. Hi Carlos Dennis Prager year in north Hollywood, California. Thank you for calling. Pronounced north day Hollywood. That's very cute. All right. Okay. So the question the challenge, I have is can a homosexual B Nasc you. I think so I do I have I have I've thought that through I do believe so. The. I have defined it in terms of relation to women. But a gay man can be strong again man can be quite in touch with his male side. He happens not to be attracted sexually to women. But only two men, but he probably undoubtedly wants variety of men, but he, but he also commits to to blonde. So I I do believe it's possible. Does does that surprise you? No. I just thought it was an interesting question. It is a very interesting question. Thank you. I do believe so. I mean, a lot a lot of gay men or not. But there are I know gay men who are. You know to. That's absolutely absolutely true. But the vast majority of men or heterosexual. And that's that's the group that I am that I am talking about. It's very. It's a very scary proposition. How it is being undermined. I frankly, I believe that any of the psychologists of the American psychological association who said traditional masculinity is toxic about one of them is masculine. There was like a statement to the world. Let us non masculine men tell you about masculinity. We'll be back. I'm Dennis Prager, the male female, our the Dennis Prager show live from the relief factor pain-free studio..

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"betty free" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

09:18 min | 3 years ago

"betty free" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Or like, Al Gore buying up stocks in those companies because it can't happen. Plus, you're using the internet all wrong, and it's making you depressed, we have to correct. That problem on the next Armstrong and Getty show. Armstrong and Getty, five AM to ten AM on AM, seven sixty talk and breaking news. A pleasure talking with Katherine Kersten from the center of the American experiment about our wonderful article called fos feminism would just put it on Twitter Slater radio. Please go to read it this Kirsten, thank you for for sticking around so wonderful analysis, which just had about women's liberation sexual liberation. Can we talk about feminism? And how you define it or think about it. I don't know if you want to start from what it was what it is. That's a huge question. But take it wherever you'd like. Sure. Well, there you could say that in twentieth century that were to forms of of feminism the first what's his first half of the century would be what what many people have simply called equal rights feminism? But in all everybody can get behind and should get behind women should vote. They should have have equal rights to participate in various professions, all that kind of thing. But then starting with in in the mid twentieth century, especially with the feminists founding mother, Betty free, Dan, we saw what many people have called the rise of gender feminism which had a very different ideological route. That would be. What what people call a cultural, Marxism, more, vulgar, Marxism? Meaning there's nothing to do with who can you hold private property. It has to do with simplicity. Listrik notion that all social conflict is arises out of power struggles infect human life is is in essence a power struggle between in very simplistic terms to forces oppressors and oppressed. And of course, the the Marxist idea wasn't the boards Wasi where the oppressors the proletariat the workers where the where the oppressed, and that simplistic analysis was transferred to feminism which in the second half of that century saw all of women suffering including much that comes with being a human being was a result of intentional oppression by these so-called patriarchy, so the family and the institution of marriage become patriarchal tools of oppression. I in in the mind of somebody like Betty free, Dan that a good place two hundred percent beautiful. So if life is. Not one big giant power struggle between groups which I don't believe it is what is it? How would you properly define life in? There is that even not even close to the proper framework to even work from sure I mean, let let's take the the question of men and women feminism in in its gender feminism since denies the importance of these physical and sexual and emotional differences between men and women including the unique nature of women's baller ability in the face of the aggressive male libido. I mean, why didn't women achieve in eighteen ninety or all the same kinds of outcomes. That men didn't of course, most men were doing that. Well, and either well, you could you could say one major reason is that women started having children when when they got married at the age of eighteen or something and and. They were in the home. If there was a division of labor because there was so much more difficult to live on the farm. You know, that that kind of it wasn't just a matter of evil men trying to oppress women, but life was complicated. And there are differences between the that's that's what I'm not. So let me read this two sentences from your article to put this back to me to you said put simply you might say that when a women when a woman goes upstairs of the young man after a frat party. She's acting out of the influence of the sexual revolution. Which we talked about in the last time the next morning when she doesn't caught when he doesn't call and she feels violated feminism kicks in. So how do these things but heads, well, I in the article, I explained that the sexual revolution marched in the name of freedom and feminism marches name of equality and those two sometimes are consistent. But sometimes. They are not. And I think that is what we're seeing that tension between what you might call a token idea of freedom and a utopian idea of equality, simply leads to unintended consequences that can be very damaging all done in. You know in a good cause let's say Sunday, just not consistent with human nature. I guess so I agree with this. I want I need to understand it a little deeper how do freedom and this is an old age question. Right. I think you wrote that the Tocqueville talked about this, right? But why do why our freedom and equality? Not. Why don't those jibe all the time? Well, I think for a reason that we that we discussed a little bit earlier men and women they are different in certain fundamental ways. And so when women believe that that freedom is acting the way that men might act in the sexual encounter. Unfortunately, they're quite different from men. They have a child that child's gonna be with them right for the next twenty years. It's is unlikely to be with the father people say when there's when a baby is born there's always a mother around. Right. Not so much the father, you know, very often you don't find the father. So you have this idea token, I do freedom, but it doesn't really jive with reality. And that the same problem with utopian view of equality if you don't think that men and women can be equal unless they achieve exactly the same outcome. Must they want? Exactly the same things you're probably going to be disappointed because the reality is such that men's and women's differences. And of course, there's a scale. But by and large, you know, men and women are are quite different in certain respects. You will you will find that unintended consequences will follow, you know, your attempt to create utopian utopian world of equality that makes sense. We only have a minute. And I hope we can talk again in another day. You could do I wanted to ask what you believe the future of the whole metoo movement will look like where what will this devolve into ultimately? And or what is the proper mindset that you believe we should have when it comes to gender relations in the workplace and just in pop culture in general. Well, I guess I would I would say that the metoo movement is is driving men and women apart in its extreme forms. So that men and women increasingly fear, one another and more and more. It's it's hard to find, you know, a good, man. A good woman to to form a trusting lifelong relationship with because there's just such a Lynch mob mentality. When it comes to men, you know on the one hand you have. Wrap portraying women as sexual objects on the other hand, you have women who who want to be treated with dignity, but don't demand that men. Treat them with dignity in order to have their sexual favors. It's just a recipe for disaster. And I think increasingly we are seeing disaster on our college campuses on our movie screens and elsewhere a lot of unhappiness that never was intended really the articles got sauce feminism, and it's on radio on Twitter. Katherine Kersten, wonderful, ma'am. Please. Hope we can do it again. Great pleasure. Appreciate it have a wonderful day. 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