Originally Posted by Steve Pavlina
It's true that men and women are equal in the sense that we're equally born. But it's clear that we have some key differences that are decidedly not equal.
Erin spent 1-1/2 years of her life pregnant. During that time it was obvious that our lives have serious inequalities.
Beyond basic human rights and social justice, the notion of gender equality is misguided.
A better concept than equality is the concept of fairness. In order to treat each other fairly, we must consciously consider our differences. This doesn't mean relating to each other with blind equality.
Fairness implies consciously considering the differences of individuals, not imposing stereotypes of masculinity (or femininity). I favour fairness on an individual level.
As owner of the worlds most popular personal development site, you have a responsibility to uphold certain moral standards.
I think this article advocates sexism in the sense that it imposes stereotypes of masculinity that only serve to increase 'socially conditioned' prejudices, and decrease acceptance of the individual.