Monday, February 22, 2010

Where Have All The Real Men Gone?

"Statistics are like bikinis. What they reveal is suggestive, but what they conceal is vital" ~ Aaron Levenstein

So, CUEPACS concerned about our dominance in the civil service, saying that more than 75% of decision makers in administrative and diplomatic services are dominated by women while 70% of teachers are women.

Wow! Way to go Women!

Too bad CUEPACS.

Too bad the girls defeated the boys in the university.

Too bad the men were not enticed by low salary in the civil service.

Too bad the men knew that they can't give their ideas and put their opinions through in such service because it is vetoed by a few 'good' men.

Too bad the men didn't wear skirt, kebaya and high heels. That's bloody important if you want to negotiate. Really, look at Puteri Yum-no!

"They say women talk too much. If you have worked in Congress you know that the filibuster was invented by men" ~ Clare Booth Luce

Too bad women are just too 'obedient and hardworking' - that's what Asian culture expects from them all this while - they could do anything being thrown at them.

Too bad, too, that these many women couldn't enjoy the benefits that all women should fairly procured from a good, empathic government of the day, like any other great countries, where women not only fuel the development of the country, they too shape the future by raising the right building block of the nation.

"Men were made for war. Without it they wandered greyly about, getting under the feet of the women, who were trying to organize the really important things of life" ~ Alice Thomas Ellis

Too bad, too, that we only have only 1 female minister that should take care of the well beings of these women and their families, a few deputy ministers that done nothing credible and they have failed miserably!

Too bad, too, that many babies being abandoned and killed by too many young women, who were abandoned by irresponsible men.

Too bad, too, that many women in society are not willing to help another women in the society, because they want to seen as 'good' women according to their culture, tradition and religion.

Too bad, too, that too many men and women forget to human beings.

There are large numbers of people who simply don't have the values and vision necessary to be part of an inter-dependent world.

They think their differences - whether religious, political, tribal or ethnic - are more important than our common humanity.

They believe the truth they have justifies their imposition of that truth on other people, even if it takes them to the death of innocents

~ Bill Clinton

Hell, where have all the real men gone?


nightcaller said...


Really women has outstrip men in many fields...BUT

Too bad, women could not practise polygamy or else there will be more women than men practising polygamy...:)

Fortunately too, that there is no Zirri to upstage Zorro, or J Sha(rizat) to knock of WJ, no Hoki-soup to brag off Parpukari...

Unfortunately, we have RM as PM's gatekeeper, Al model sinking Razak and paralysing NR. If not for them, PM6 might be rated A-list.

That said, it's not the quantity but the quality matters...:)

Fi-sha said...

Dear Mr DNightcaller

Of course its quality that matter most!

But since men are made for wars, no wonder more hollywood movies show a peaceful, orderly world run and fill with women where men are extinct species.

Nonetheless, men are still kids trapped in adult bodies. We could have more male bloggers (wow, men now do talk too much (or bitching) more than women sometimes!) and no wonder this world is still as pathetic as ever.

Men could talk, brag, swear and fight but it is women's tears that torn down the wall of injustice. Look at Puan Merah Hitam that fight for release of ISA detainees. If not for her perseverance all these years, many more would lounge around in Kamunting camp.

To make this world a better place, women do not have to upstage the men, who happen to chicken out, too often nowadays. Men should walk hand in hand with women.

May I end my response with a quote from Gloria Steinem that says, "We've begun to raise daughters more like sons, but few have the courage to raise our sons more like our daughters".

Women are courageous!