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    Re: Duck Dynasty' Star Phil Robertson Advises Men To Marry 15-Year-Old Girls

    Quote Originally Posted by DiAnna View Post
    I loved the time I was able to stay home and raise my children. However, when they were in school I also was able to work toward some of my own dreams and ambitions, and still managed to take care of my family. Your original post indicated that unless a teenaged girl put herself totally under the care of a man for her entire life, forfeiting any interests she might have outside the home, that she would never be a "proper" home maker, which is rubbish. You also espoused that girls... not women, but girls in their teens... make better wives with longer marriages because their "prefrontal cortex" was not yet wired, implying that she was still "trainable." That, sir, is offensive.
    Why is it offensive? There is a great deal of science that backs it up, and it doesn't just apply to girls, it also applies to both genders. Look, I am not advocating taking a wife at age 15, what I am stating is that Robertson's "opinion" happens to hold some truth value. That is it and that is all.



    And now your insults turn personal, because your opinions are certainly worth reading but my dissenting opinion means I need to "get over myself." What's more, you make the accusation that I am not only a "feminazi" because I do not think teenaged girls should be married off while still trainable and before they are educated enough to take care of themselves, you go on to accuse me of doing drugs and being a promiscuous slut. Well done, fine Christian man, well done indeed.

    Education comes in many forms, moreover, YOU were the one to bring out the slave to her man, and slut on demand narrative.



    I'll have you know that I was quite productive in the 1960's. I finished high school, managed to get in some college, had a full-time job and supported myself until I chose to marry and have children. Quite productive indeed. Later in life, I also managed to support a family first by myself, then with my second husband and his children, and worked every day of my life until health matters took their toll.

    You're moving the goal posts, Dianna. Again it was YOU that implied that the 60's were a free for all, and that traditional female roles were dwindling for a more sufferage approach. While that was true for some women and men of the 60's, it was most certainly NOT the norm, and all I did was point it out.


    To sum it up, I never did drugs, was a virgin on my wedding night and am only a "feminazi" to men like yourself who believe women should be scooped up shortly after puberty, trained and impregnated before they are able to educate themselves and discover that they are, indeed, actual people.

    You should be ashamed of yourself.
    I am not ashamed of myself, nor should I be. When I met my wife, I was 35, she was 18. If you asked my wife, she would tell you without any hesitation that she is happy being a homemaker, loving Mother, and awesome wife. I already had two children when I met her (from first marriage), and she became their step Mom and loves them as much as she does her own two children. In her spare time, she's always educating herself with online classes geared toward early childhood education, of which she wishes to pursue when our children are fully independent. I do not say she can't, in fact I support her doing so, even though she never has to work an actual outside the home career for the rest of her life if she didn't want to. A feminazi, to me, is a woman, like the opinions I perceive you to have, that looks down on women like my wife. I take that personally, and it is offensive to me, and the great many women just like her.


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    Re: Duck Dynasty' Star Phil Robertson Advises Men To Marry 15-Year-Old Girls

    So what age group of men should be marrying 15 year old girls?

    18-60 will work for me.

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    Re: Duck Dynasty' Star Phil Robertson Advises Men To Marry 15-Year-Old Girls

    Quote Originally Posted by Hicup View Post

    Education comes in many forms, moreover, YOU were the one to bring out the slave to her man, and slut on demand narrative.
    Only in response to you implying that any female who had actually matured into an adult could no longer be trained to be a decent "home maker". I pointed out that you hadn't explained what you believed a decent "home maker" to be, and posted a definition used by many other men. Odd how you continually leave out the words to which I was replying in order to fabricate insult.

    You're moving the goal posts, Dianna. Again it was YOU that implied that the 60's were a free for all, and that traditional female roles were dwindling for a more sufferage approach. While that was true for some women and men of the 60's, it was most certainly NOT the norm, and all I did was point it out.
    I'm not moving anything. You were the one who stated that "In Phil's time, men used to court girls, they asked permission to marry, and their "roles" were clearly defined." I simply pointed out that "Phil's time" was the 1960's, not the Victorian era, and men did not "court girls" nor "ask permission to marry". As for "their roles being clearly defined", that was no longer the case as women were seeking to expand their options from kitchen to pursue other personal fulfillments.

    I am not ashamed of myself, nor should I be.
    So you commonly tell women who grew up on the 60's that they are promiscuous, drug-loving sluts, and are proud of doing so. Nice.

    When I met my wife, I was 35, she was 18. If you asked my wife, she would tell you without any hesitation that she is happy being a homemaker, loving Mother, and awesome wife. I already had two children when I met her (from first marriage), and she became their step Mom and loves them as much as she does her own two children. In her spare time, she's always educating herself with online classes geared toward early childhood education, of which she wishes to pursue when our children are fully independent. I do not say she can't, in fact I support her doing so, even though she never has to work an actual outside the home career for the rest of her life if she didn't want to. A feminazi, to me, is a woman, like the opinions I perceive you to have, that looks down on women like my wife. I take that personally, and it is offensive to me, and the great many women just like her."
    If you'd actually read my words instead of shoving your own words into my mouth and repeatedly judging me for what I had never said, you'd realize that I also cherished the time I was able to spend as an at-home mother, and it is not your wife I look down upon. It is you... you and men like you who take a malleable teenager young enough to be your daughter, and train her for subservient obedience. Despite your obvious pride that you have not forbidden your wife from pursuing her future dreams (in her "spare" time, of course), the fact that you felt it necessary to mention that implies your "permission" was nonetheless required. That is my opinion, based upon what you have actually said, not what I perceive you to have said.

    I'm done here. Have a nice day.

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    Re: Duck Dynasty' Star Phil Robertson Advises Men To Marry 15-Year-Old Girls

    I heard him say on one episode to marry them young because a young girl can be taught to "pick your ducks." An older girl won't do that unless they get broke in early.

    Makes sense to me... LOL!

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    Re: Duck Dynasty' Star Phil Robertson Advises Men To Marry 15-Year-Old Girls

    Quote Originally Posted by DiAnna View Post



    If you'd actually read my words instead of shoving your own words into my mouth and repeatedly judging me for what I had never said, you'd realize that I also cherished the time I was able to spend as an at-home mother, and it is not your wife I look down upon. It is you... you and men like you who take a malleable teenager young enough to be your daughter, and train her for subservient obedience. Despite your obvious pride that you have not forbidden your wife from pursuing her future dreams (in her "spare" time, of course), the fact that you felt it necessary to mention that implies your "permission" was nonetheless required. That is my opinion, based upon what you have actually said, not what I perceive you to have said.

    I'm done here. Have a nice day.
    Yeah you're done alright.. You're being very careful, but not careful enough to hide your true feelings towards strong men, but I get it.. The very idea that a man could tell you NO you can't do that, is what I suspect really bothers you. Let me ask you a question. Do you believe men and women are inherently different, notwithstanding anatomy of course, but other than our gears, do you think men and women are manifestly different in the way we intrinsically approach everyday matters?

    By the way, my younger wife is super hot, and guess what.. I met her before I became financially successful, so it has nothing to do with being her sugar Daddy. We grew our success together, and we listen to each other, although we do not always agree we know how to compromise. Our friends often comment on how they wish their own marriages were as open and honest as ours, but I don't expect you to believe that, you've made up your mind about me, and guess what.. I'm perfectly ok with that, sweetie.


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