Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Kim Kardashian gets thrown off of Dancing With the Stars

On the night of September 30, 2008, Kim Kardashian got voted off of Dancing With the Stars, thus arriving in 11th place. She had the second lowest score this week. She was partnered with Mark Ballas, who danced with last season's winner Kristi Yamaguchi. My hopes now go to Toni Braxton.

Kardashian was born on October 21, 1980, in Los Angeles, California, to an Armenian born father, Robert Kardashian (who is best known for being a defense attorney in the high-profile O.J. Simpson criminal trial) and a mother of Scottish and Dutch descent, Kris Jenner (née Houghton).

For the record, Dancing With the Stars is usually won by a man. Only two women won this show, who are Kelly Monaco and Kristi Yamaguchi. One woman, Melanie Brown (Scary Spice) of the Spice Girls was the runner-up of season 5.

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

TZ Doctrine tenet #5: Men and women are equal but different, not equal and the same

The sexes are equal but different, not equal and the same.—Alan Barron

Men and women are different and depend on each other. It is unrealistic to resist so-called gender stereotypes. That includes violating Tedius Zanarukando doctrine tenet no. 1. Feminist dogma teaches that the genders are identical, but feminist dogma is inherently false. In a biological standpoint, the male anatomy and the female anatomy are different. The male human body is based on straight lines, whereas the female human is based on curves. The male brain and the female brain are also different. Both gender roles involve sacrifice. There are things that men are better in doing and things that women are better in doing. There are a few things that are wrong for women to do, like anything that violates TZ doctrine tenet no. 1. As this blog is aimed to do, feminism is based on lies, false allegations, made up statistics, hatred, etc. Feminism is designed to destroy femininity, thus too many women are brainwashed to imitate men, such as violating TZ doctrine tenet no. 1. It is designed to make men feel unhappy about their lives. It is designed to destroy marriage and families by creating docile and facile people and a system of "free love" where spouses come and go in a short time. It is designed to corrupt and debilitate society so that it will collapse. Feminism claims to be about equality, but in reality, it is designed to tilt the playing field in favor of the female sex. We must not go to a level of feminism where any male interest is assumed to be unwelcome and where men should deny their own responses, because that would be based on lies and is the dark side of feminism. Doing that is one-sided and would be a denial of our own nature and remove the joys of being a man. We cannot afford another three decades the same old-fashioned gender politics. We must not deny the joys of being a man or a woman. Feminism does not represent all women, nor is it in women's best interests.

Absolute gender equality is impossible to achieve. It is unrealistic to assert absolute gender equality. Men and women are equal but different, not equal and the same. Attempting to achieve absolute gender equality is like teaching that teaching and believing that men and women are equal and the same. Just because a few radical feminists think that something is offensive or degrading to women does not mean that the whole society has to change its way of doing things. Anything that is believed to be degrading to women is not inherently so. Being offended content that is believed to be degrading to women is learned (whether you are male or female) not built-in. It is impossible to live our lives without being offended by something, such as violence, profanity, pornography, drug abuse, use of alcohol or tobacco, religious content, whatever else is believed to be objectionable. We are bound to be offended by these anytime in our lives. We should deal with them and move on, not complain about them. Radical feminists do not represent all women in general. The clause "eroticism is degrading to women" is politically correct nonsense. The word "sexist" and the phrase "degrading to women" have feminist connotations.