(a) This sounds suspiciously like Women today should be proud of their male neighbors. For they can walk about untouched in their colony just because these honorable men stood their ground and refused to give in to their carnal needs when they have the option to behave like other rapists who physically and sexually assault women.
(b) He makes it sound like female foeticide is about peer pressure where you can either give in or stand your ground. I don’t think courage/cowardice has anything to do with it; I think it has more to do with education (or the lack of it).
(c) The guy clearly thinks that female foeticide is wrong because, well, gender discrimination. But then he neglects to acknowledge the efforts of the various mothers (also female, obviously) who “stood their ground”. Now I could be completely delusional, but I have a feeling the courage, if any, was warranted more on the mothers’ part, because well, gender discrimination.
So I spotted gender discrimination in a post about gender discrimination. What are the odds?
Hint: More than you can imagine. There are hundreds of thousands of douchecanoes filling the online universe with such seemingly-thoughtful-but-actually-misguided commentary about serious issues. And they have got to stop.
Because as if this guy’s flippant post was not enough, thirteen people “liked” that comment, and I saw women commenting I’m proud of my dad. I am horrified at the thought that some of them may actually have made quick emotional phone calls to their fathers thanking them for not committing a crime.
To the dude who posted that abhorrent “random thought”
Sure, social media has made it very easy to share your “random thoughts” online. If you’re lucky, you may even find people willing to discuss what you write and offer their own perspectives. But if what happened today is a standard to go by, that’s usually not the case and all you get is thoughtless approval, which eggs you on inflict more of your shallowness on the masses. But I hope you realize that by not thinking things through, you’re making a mockery of the most unspeakable sufferings of unborn children and their mothers.
So I think it’s time you stopped trying to sound intellectual and started being it.
What do you guys think?