An example of how criticizing white people can be funny (because it’s true), fine (because it’s put in a polite way) and not anti-white.
I’d argue that adventuring spirit is the reason we had Empires.
And for That’s Not Sexist Because It’s In the Bible.
I already know this but it’s well put. I find it funny when fake manosphere Christians bring up Eve like that’s a real point. Are you missing a rib too? And Lilith is Jewish. There’s no such thing as Judeo-Christian because Nietzsche came up with that to trash-talk two religions at once et cetera et cetera…
It’s good to explain to these people what really happened – according to the Bible they do not read except in snippets on wikipedia.
A man did something he knew would make God mad – and the woman got blamed for it. I’ll take World History for $100.
Based on a literal reading of this fact, women can educate themselves with as much knowledge as they want with God’s blessing aka only men are forbidden from knowledge. Probably because you know, what they do with it.
~nukes going off in the distance~
So, if we’re being pedantic like many male theology students, Christian only universities should be women’s only universities, right?
Or do we only apply the one-sided stuff when women get the short end of the passage (like explicitly mentioning female virginity because it was written by horny men)?
Double standards are fine if there is a sound reason given at the same time (so in this case, in the Bible, preferably same gospel). In that case, I think it’s presumed men would be virgins upon marriage based on the rarity and expense of prostitutes. Nowadays all you need to do is buy them a drink.
Yet it never mentions whether it was OK if she lost her virginity to the man she was marrying….
It kinda reminds me of the hypocrisy (always wrong) of the hijab/niqab/burka – if it’s really about modesty, the men would wear them too.
Like old nun clothing, matched up to priest clothing. Fair standard. No free rides here, sinner.