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    Question A Woman's Role

    lately ive been noticing an increase in people referring to a woman's role as being to have children and to be a homemaker which is all well and good,but what about women who for medical reasons (not personal/emotional ones) cannot become pregnant? are they to be viewed as practically disabled as they cannot fulfil their primary role? useless because they will not be birthing new white children into the world? barely women at all?
    i think its very safe to say that the majority of women wish to have children at some stage,there are some that dont but thankfully they are few.i personally wish to have children when i am older but what if (heaven,hell etc forbid!!) i found that i couldn't? would my value as a woman decrease immediatly? i think to me,it certainly would but to the wider world would it?
    its just something ive been thinking about lately,that yes, being a mother may be a woman's role in life but it is not a life given right in every case which is worrying.

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    Post Re: a woman's role

    Originally posted by Scathach
    i personally wish to have children when i am older but what if (heaven,hell etc forbid!!) i found that i couldn't? would my value as a woman decrease immediatly?
    Well the blunt answer is yes, it would decrease your value. It would decrease your value as a biological organism designed partially for the purpose of birthing offspring.
    Would it make you worthless? Of course not. There are many ways a person can go about bettering society. Procreating is just one of them. And honestly, depending on who is procreating, it can cause far more harm than good.
    Yes. Man and Woman have certain biological roles, as well as certain behavioral patterns. I think it's healthy that these roles and patterns be acted out to some extent. The idea of loud and obnoxious 'women' guzzling beer and struting around at some "dance" club is unappealing to me. It is not natural, in my opinion.
    But now on the other hand, we really are all individuals. Human beings are not some lower form of life that is void of persona. Women have more to offer than their ability to give birth, and men have more to offer than the ability to inseminate women...though they certainly seem to enjoy that particular function, lol.
    Understand that there is more than the simply physical that determines one's worth. There's the persona, the intelligence, experiences you've had, your Soul (if you believe in that sort of thing). ALL of these are important aspects that can help you better society. Being crippled in one area does not make you useless in other areas.

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    excellent post Asdaja
    you see the reason I started wondering is because on many racialist boards it seems people are losing grasp of the fact that ''Women have more to offer than their ability to give birth, and men have more to offer than the ability to inseminate women'' as you put it yourself.i fully believe that it is our primary function and a role i look forward to playing (i love babies! lol kind of offtopic!) but i just think it would be unhealthy if we ever got to the point where we began to view each other as simply ''birthing machines'' or a means to an end-ie a baby rather than other human beings of worth. thats all....i sound so hippie-ish today!

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    The womens role is to have children and stay home and keep the home in a proper manner and raise the children to be smart and strong. There is nothing wrong with it because it is what nature intened; women who feel that it isn't what they want to do or they say they can do better things then have children and stay home they are wrong because women who start thinking or saying that they are falling into the currupted media with their feminist lures. When a women betreys their nature it damages her beauty of motherhood and warmth. I am ashamed that some women are so unadulterated to their husbands. They offer war where they should kneel for peace. Or they seek for rule, supremacy and sway, when they should be bounded to serve, love and obey.
    "For the gate is narrow and the way leads to life, and those whom find it are few"

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    I agree with you, Jaði. But you & I are way more hardcore than the rest so I don't expect many to understand.

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    What people say and what they do are two different things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sigrun Christianson
    I agree with you, Jaði. But you & I are way more hardcore than the rest so I don't expect many to understand.
    Its unfortunant that not many women are like us in this day in age...
    "For the gate is narrow and the way leads to life, and those whom find it are few"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nordhammer
    What people say and what they do are two different things.
    What exactly do you mean by "What people say and what they do are two different things"? Are you implying anything?
    "For the gate is narrow and the way leads to life, and those whom find it are few"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaði
    What exactly do you mean by "What people say and what they do are two different things"? Are you implying anything?
    I don't know for sure, I presume he is taking a swipe at Sigrun because she rejected him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stríbog
    I don't know for sure, I presume he is taking a swipe at Sigrun because she rejected him.

    Ohmigawd... :jaw

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