Every successful society trains its boys to be disposable - disposable in war as warriors, disposable on oil rigs as workers, as fire-fighters, as miners and therefore also as husbands and fathers. The power that men have in their different gender role is not the power that feminists like to spin it as. In one year, out of the 4,584 odd people killed on the job, 93% of them are male. Feminism may identify accurately that the world sees male work as more valuable, but it also sees male life as less valuable than female life. Nobody cares that . . .
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