Men and women have the ability to reason both abstractly and intuitively.
However the woman’s The brains of males and females exhibit different distributions of gray matter and white matter.
De Tocqueville found that American women did not have to become like men to be equal to men.
Our desire in this short blog series (go here for part 1) is to examine the higher elevation of American women than women in other nations.
We seek to do this through commenting on some of the observations of the French historian, Alexis de Tocqueville, and his American contemporary, maternal feminist Lydia Sigourney.
De Tocqueville writes: “Thus the Americans do not think that man and woman have either the duty or the right to perform the same offices, but they show an equal regard for both their respective parts; and though their lot is different, they consider both of them as beings of equal value.” The Americans were neither sexist nor feminist in their understanding of women and men. Most of the sexist culture in the world is born out of the blighted understanding that men are superior to women.
During this time of history, “maternal feminists” came into view.
The fount of both intuition and reason comes from the Creator himself.
Both forms are required to reflect the fullness of the image of God in the human family.
In the modern world a single, unfettered male is the ideal!
When a woman can have sex 24-7-365 and not be pregnant, she is most equal to a male.
Mr Vincent Kwasi Fekpe, Volta Regional Blood Donor Organiser has advised young people, especially men against sexual activities within 24 hours after donating blood.