Finding Equality: Equal Treatment

I must bring up the idea of (paraphrased from Stefan Molyneux) if women wanted to find an equal footing in society, they must start holding each other accountable for poor behavior and inappropriate actions. (An example of this was on Men 101 YouTube channel’s video “Stefan Molyneux Chats With a Woman Who HATES MGTOW”, specifically 34:45 mark).

The libertarian in me wants people to thrive and the element of self-accountability is a governing force. Not a paternalistic government, but self control and society controlling itself.

I push men to hold themselves accountable for their actions and downfalls, the same as I push them to celebrate their victories larger or small.

To find equality; women must hold themselves accountable and not accept substandard behavior out of other women. They must call out terrible behavior. They must highlight those that break the law and those that abuse the law too.

I may get blue in the face telling people to not blame others for their problems but it is always true. You can grow when you understand where you fail and where other people fail too.

Be better. Do Better. Grow.

Do. Be. Love one another as you would want to be loved. Blessings.

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1 Response to Finding Equality: Equal Treatment

  1. “The libertarian in me wants people to thrive and the element of self-accountability is a governing force. Not a paternalistic government, but self control and society controlling itself.”

    This is simply not true. Groups and people strive for status and social dominance.

    Women do not need to do anything to earn equal treatment, simply because women get speical treatment compared to men, they have social dominance over men.

    Many people will get away with what they can get away with, the same is true with corporations and other entities, so sometimes you need a state to step in.

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