The Constitution of The United States is a supreme law containing amendments that were proposed, passed, and ratified in order to create a perfect union. There are twenty-seven amendments enacted in the constitution; you may be familiar with #1: Freedom of speech, religion, and press. Also in #1, the right to assemble, protest, and even petition the government. #2 Says we, as Free American Citizens, have the right to bear arms. Everyone knows that, though. Let’s not forget about the feminists — their favorite; #19: Women’s Suffrage. A whole amendment was made just so women felt like they actually mattered in their home country. Was being in a free country not good enough? Men and Women will never achieve equality as long as the opposing sexes are physically and mentally different, and as long as social stigmas remain.
Physical differences are a well-contributing factor in the controversial issue of men and women equality. For instance men can not concieve, and men do not naturally bleed out of their vaginas. Actually, correct me if I’m wrong, men do not even have vaginas. Supporting and opposing this fun fact, women are not equipped with the powerful penis. Aside from the reporductive system, the differences between him and her are great. Mainly, the physical differences relate to women having offspring; wider hips, more body fat, etc. Both men and women have a brain, though! But “feminsts fighting for equality,” you lose again — the brain is different too. Behavior is different in the sexes. For example, women readily express their emotions and have a greater plethora of emotions. Men aren’t hesitant, they are prone to take risks. Last of many, men are better at math. Men and women can not be treated equally when they have a great abundances of things that practically make them a different species.
Social stigmas lingering around streets, schools, churches, bars, and just about anywhere alotted for men and women to be at at the same time is a major problem in trying to grapple equality in men and women. Men may be more agressive by means of behavior, (no control whatsoever as it is a part of the difference in their brain opposed to women being gentle) but that doesn’t justify why men are looked at as monsters and women are seen as victims in every terrible situation. Another example would be the worldwide idea that when men get kicked/hit/injured in the testicles, that it is funny and comedic. Men, not women, are forced into the army forces. Unwillingly, they will serve for our country and get a little, generic appreciation for risking their life for people they don’t know and grounds they’ve never stood on. Because men have testosterone and they are agressive, the country just assumes that they want to be in danger to uphold an ego. Women, however, get continuous praises for serving; and in most instances women are not on the field being shot at. In no way am I shaming women in the military, but explaining the general differences in men vs. women. Another thing present in males and females is rape. But for some reason, it is more terrifying that women get raped. Women are victimized, and because of this there is a huge stigma to not be alone with a male unless you know him well. If that is not a fallacy then I do not want to survive any longer. Prison rape is an ongoing problem, and somehow it became a joke throughout the years. Jokes are made like “Don’t drop the soap” referring to bending down and recieving unwanted anal sex. Men should not carry such a heavy stigma of being terrible towards women. Depleting this stigma would get us to man/woman equality, but the stigma has been floating around society for a very long and it is not going anywhere anytime soon.
In a world where feminists want equality, maybe they will actually want equality and not to be superior than men. Instead of their main goal being malicious defamation of every male, they could attempt to try to survive in the world without every life-hack, handicap, and sympathy action they obtain just by being a female. Men and Women will never be equal. Anatomy, Psychology, and Society do not allow the perfect unification the country says they wanted. There is a reason the Equality Rights Act did not ratify and get enacted in the constitution as a supreme law.