It is a mark of insanity for an individual to ignore reality and act as if he were something which he is not. It is
no less insane when women pretend that their female natures do not exist, that they are not only the 'equals' of
men, but the same as men, except for a slight physiological difference. No matter how a few of them manage to
succeed in the poses of engineers and steel- workers and fighter pilots and business executives, women today, as
a group, are fundamentally acting in the manner of the insane: defying and ignoring reality. The results are
frightfully visible in our whole civilization. The women are becoming masculinized, while the men are getting
feminized. One has only to look at a crowd of our teenagers to see how things are going. They wear the same
tight pants, the same jackets and the same hats — even the same duck-tailed hairdos. We are breeding and
training up a generation of jazzed-up, negroidal, neutered queers.
Our whole approach to women today, as with most of our social attitudes, is that of the Soviets who have
women in the army, working in the streets and even in firing-squads, just like men. God save us from such
Women are indeed the equal of men, as a group, only when they fulfill the task for which Nature equipped and
made them — motherhood. Man was designed, even in the creative process itself, to supply the spark, the drive
and the aggressive push of life, while woman is designed to supply the basic building material of new life;
nourish, treasure, warm and guide it, until it can sustain its own life. There is no escape from this fate, even if it
were bad, which it is not.
If a man is to be honored for making cigars or building bridges or making beer, as our great businessmen are,
then surely we ought to honor those who make our people! But the trouble is that our insane 'liberal' attitude
toward motherhood and homemaking has given women an impossible inferiority complex and frustration about
their possible and real achievements in life. We train our girls by the millions to be anything but successful
wives and mothers, lead them to believe they are to be an 'equal' part of a 'man's world', when the truth is that it
is only Nature's world, and man's share in it is no greater or more glorious than that of a female-oriented woman
who produces, brings up and gives to society a family of happy people.
~ George Lincoln Rockwell, This Time the World, Chapter VI.
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