I wasn't specifically referring to you, although you put me in a mind to reflect upon such things.
I wouldn't label you anything at all, except to note your view is an odd one from where I stand.
Only you would be in any position to know what you were.
And even then, seeing as how so few people know themselves at all, not a very persuasive position.
To see women as women is not to undervalue them in the least.
It is to see clearly.
They are nothing at all like men.
Although many men, as a direct result of feminism, have become disconcertingly like women.
And that can never be a good thing in a larger context.
You keep saying things like 'women are women', and that we must 'see women as women', but of course that's vague and doesn't provide any insight into what these supposed inherent deficiencies are that relegate women to the role of personal maid and baby watcher. Not that you could anyway, because despite physical differences between the genders, women have proven themselves to be wholly competent in fields such as science, medicine, literature, art, the list goes on. Throughout time, in a large majority of cultures around the world women have toiled physically for the betterment of the community as well. This obsession with the role of women as sweet, harmless tools to be kept uneducated and taken care of like pets is a symptom of modernity. Do I think women can fill every role? No, most would not be suited for combat soldiery, and as I've known most women throughout my life to place emotion over logic, I wouldn't trust a woman in a political leadership position. However, whatever IQ differences between men and women may exist, I think at this point in time they've been proven irrelevant in many realms of service to nation and people. Reconsider the benefits of giving the best of our women every opportunity to become educated and excel for the betterment of our people. Maybe the under-120s can be forced into nannydom.
Also, of course men shouldn't act feminine, and women shouldn't act masculine. Those that do are most likely filled with immense cognitive dissonance and psychological trauma which prevents them from being otherwise healthy human beings. I think you're making a bit of a leap by implying that a woman having an education, career, and purpose outside of homemaker is somehow a foray into masculinity. By these foolish assertions, a man who enjoys gardening, cooking, and cleaning his own home is acting feminine. Even rubbing cocks with other men can be masculine, crow. Re-assess your interpretation of gender roles, and try to bring it closer in line with reality.http://www.heroichomosex.org/