Manhood and myth: iLIVE
This is for Zama Ndlovu and I don't mean to insult her but rather engage with her as an intellectual.
The words used might be considered strong but
I repeat you have my respect and believe you can challenge intellectually
without a problem and you will clearly see the point I am making irrespective
of the words used.
It was an interesting article written by Zama Ndlovu, it really says to me that clearly you are the lazy type of a woman. After coming back from work you'd rather engage in useless activities than embrace your femalehood. You are so uncomfortable
about being a woman that you think by changing woman roles will empower women. Clearly you are the the one who is saying roles carried out by woman at home are insignificant and reserved for the weaker gender. You think home making is left for the weaker gender?
Clearly you are sad and lonely, old and expired woman, proclaiming to be a woman advocate while the truth is, you are very unhappy being a woman and natural
duties that can be carried out perfectly by a woman.
It is people like you who misrepresent women's views and what they desire, here I am talking about women who are comfortable being women, not a confused one such as yourself.
Example Michelle Obama. She was earning more money than her husband the now US president but her woman intuition would not allow her. Did she do what you are proclaiming here? Nope, she told her husband that she was tired of earning more money and she would like him to earn more and so that she could have more time playing a role that you think implies is are a weaker one.
Don't tell me Tambo, what is asking questions like softer or harder, YES woman are the softer but it doesn't mean they are weaker. If Tambo was implying that then he has proved himself a fool but I doubt that as he was raised by Adelaide Tambo. Would he think of her and the duties she did reserved for the weak?
Don't try and put your insecurities and uselessness as a woman on the shoulders of Dali.
I am looking forward to hearing your response.