A Call for Essays
"Neither men nor women are "all good", each of the sexes has a dark side. The male shadow has been cast over women for ages. Women have been hurt, shamed and humiliated by men in public and private and many women have chosen, out of fear for themselves and/or others, not to assert themselves, use their voice and take their power back. Womens model for power is men, so now they they are behaving like men in trying to take their power back. Logical. Monkey see, monkey do. Men don't like it because it is a mirror for their own past or present behavior. To what extent men and women want to be conscious of the above is an individual choice. Can we come up with a better choice? A compassionate model of equal voice and equal respect and equal power between the sexes and begin to implement it on an individual level in all our relationships? If anyone knows of one, please leave a comment as I would be interested in learning about it."Since the post in question has gone somewhat astern now, I know that not everybody will find this on their own hook—which is why I'm giving a little nudge and a pointer:
This will keep you ones busy for a while, so that I may concentrate on the big monstrosity I am writing. It is a wine I'll not be selling before its time!