Recently the Pope discussed gender differences,
“The difference between man and woman is not for opposition, or subordination, but for communion and creation, always in the image and likeness of God.”
The 78 year old Pontiff went on to say that without the mutual enrichment in their relationship, neither can truly understand what it means to be man and woman.
“I wonder, for example, if the so-called gender theory is also an expression of frustration and resignation, which aims to erase sexual difference because they can no longer deal with it. Yes, we risk taking a step back,” he said.
“The removal of the difference, in fact, is the problem, not the solution. To solve their relationship problems, man and the woman should instead talk more, listen more, know more, [and] love each other more. They must treat each other with respect and cooperate with friendship.”
First of all, I like how he gives a back-handed slap by referring to “so called gender theory”. But continuing down that theme, do the women’s studies people (Professors is too good of a word to use) actually try to figure out what make women tick? Things like their predispositions with respect to their desires, potential frustrations, sexuality, etc. Or is it just about ways to try to erase supposed false consciences that are apparently not so false after all.
The Pope states, “gender theory is also an expression of frustration and resignation, which aims to erase sexual difference because they can no longer deal with it”. This is suggesting that women want to become men because women can no longer handle being women. Would there be a reason for this? The Pope undoubtedly would suggest Satan, but perhaps we can consider how he manifests in this case. There could be many explanations (perhaps commenters will suggest some), but one is that of women being easily distracted. For whatever reason, women are easily distracted from their true selves, leading to frustration, leading to more of the opiate for the masses (Oprah and the like), leading to more frustration, leading to more opiate (e.g. divorce pr0n), and so on.
Continuing with our communist theme, “What is to be done”?