Tuesday, February 9, 2010

The Question of Why...

I come into contact with 85’ers all the time who ask me how I could become Earth. I always find the question entertaining and slightly insulting. I’m aware that this Culture gets a bad rap from other folks and sometime from us directly. My brother said to me that I must have chosen this life to be with a man. Other people see my refinement and assume that I am illiterate and have chosen to be one of those women who subject themselves to beneath a man. But those of you that live out this Culture correctly know that it’s not like that at all.

But just as I say that I don’t have a problem with my chosen affiliation and that I am not relegated to an inferior position (different, but not inferior). I can say the same for other affiliations. For example, Muslim women seem persecuted to me. Especially in those countries where it’s cool to kill a woman for embarrassing you. Not spending your money, not killing another person, not harming your children, but just embarrassing a man deserves death. Ummmm…. No. What about Mormon women with their special drawers who have to look Amish and allow their husbands to marry whomever they want even their own blood relatives? All while you chill on government assistance. No haps, Jack. What about Christian women who are bottle fed submission? That their heads are not to be uncovered or that they can’t cut there hair or that women aren’t allowed to speak in church or talk to other men? What about those Jewish women who have to walk however many steps behind their men else those men become ritually unclean? See? If you look hard enough, there is persecution all over the place.

Many of the said women are allowed to leave these constricting systems. But they don’t. They don’t want to risk being ostracized by their communities. So they just follow the status quo. I’m not saying there is anything wrong with that (I am but that’s a different build—10:40). But there is nothing wrong with how I and other Earths get down either. What happened to the spirit of tolerance that folks in this country claim they have? I have found that folks are only tolerant when talking about others. Not actually interacting with them.

So for all the 85’ers out there reading this, pay very close attention... I adore my Culture and I freely accept and live it out to the best of my abilities. I Sincerely Love Allah’s Mathematics!