I find the opposing view, a view that is refreshing and not heard today, and from a time where women were more reality based.
About the problems that have evolved from changes brought about by giving things such as higher education for women importance, those problems are not considered to see if these changes justify. I am old enough to understand the opposing view of higher education for women, and know perfectly well the logic of that type of woman. I know some very old women of that calibre who are nearing the end of their life, they have had a life of fulfillment, and they still think that today's women are wasting time with these types of pursuits. Some of these elder women (uneducated according to feminist standards) are much smarter as regards the media's guidance on these matters. One older lady the other day described the media and what people watch and listen to as, 'are people really that stupid, that they would listen to this'.
This is a historic program from the Australian Public Broadcaster, you would 'never' hear this opposing view today on there. However, the Australian Public Broadcaster has been completely feminised, and is more or less unwatchable now. It seems like, every possible story that comes on, the Australian Public Broadcaster will put a feminist spin on it. The Australian taxpayer is paying a fortune for this rubbish, and most reasonable people I talk to cannot stomach watching it. The commercial stations are just as bad. I watch foreign media now.
The whole point is, the media is propaganda, and it is spewing BS, making people (especially females) believe they will be better off if they follow state direction, and think what they are telling them. I guess the older people had a better grip on reality, and that may have been due to them having more of a parental education, post to the state becoming the educator of children. If the state is teaching your children, the state become the parents, and they will more or less solely be the instructor of your child. Now, I think the woman in the clip was just being realistic, she was just saying that there were more important things for her to do than personal education, such as being a proper parent.
· 3 months ago