Women set the tone for society.
Women set the tone for society. This is a fact of which I have long been
aware. What’s more, any number of
examples could be shown to support this statement. For instance, in most of nature the male of
the species often acts in any particular way to attract a female (for
procreation or whatever). So why should
humans be all so different in this regard?
As such, in a free society the female then essentially dictates the
behavior of the male – be the dictation subliminal, overt, or however the
message is actually transmitted. Given
that the female dictates what type of behavior is seen as becoming to her, again,
the male likely then will tend to act in that manner if he desires to become
more attractive to that female regardless of any end-goal. And in this context, by ‘tone for society,’ I
mean what is acceptable behavior or the prevailing attitude in that society or
way of life. Therefore, the women tend
to set what I describe as the ‘tone for society.’
Also worth noting and often seeming to occur in the more
close-minded parts of the world, societies that relegate their women to a
lesser class of person or denigrate their women to being somewhat sub-human are
never perceived as being ‘cool’ by the rest of the world – with the rest of the
world tending to respect women as fellow individuals, at a minimum. In other words, societies that subjugate
women to being second-class citizens and maybe try to control any natural
selection in procreation, or societies that dislike/distrust women in general,
or simply attempt to force the issue overall – so to speak, surely seem
somewhat ignorant of the rules of nature as well. This sentiment directed towards those ‘un-cool’
societies and emanating from the societies which respect women as individuals is
because those ‘un-cool’ societies that denigrate women probably are not very
‘cool’ as a whole. Typically it seems
that those societies are ‘un-cool’ because those societies are usually not very
tolerant of others who are different in general – and, hence, further display
the ignorance which is likely the norm for any respective ‘un-cool’ society
which treats its women as any bit sub-human.
That same ignorance displayed by those ‘un-cool’ societies is likely the
same basis by which those societies are judged to be ‘un-cool’ by the rest of
This viewpoint of being ‘un-cool’ regarding societies which
denigrate their women is another fact of which I have long been aware. Mind you, I’m not really trying to make any
political statement with this blog entry or necessarily change the world. As an observer, I’m just sayin’.
AVT (June, 2015)
See / from:
2. popular; like in a social hierarchy
3. used when a conversation goes silent
5. wicked (new england stlye [sic], NOT evil= wicked)
6. good or great
7. not warm, but not cold
8. okay with each other, not mean to each other, but not
necessarily nice, just not mean
1. That new bike is cool.
2. That kid Andrew is really cool.
3. SILENCE..........That's cool.
4. He gave me his lunch when i forgot mine; he's really
5. Thats [sic] cool new.
6. A. You were cool in Halo 2.
6. b. That sandwich looks cool.
7. My ice-cream is cool.
8. After the arguement [sic], Bill asked Andrew, "We
cool?", and Andrew replied, "Ya, we cool."