I’ve liked Nathan Fillion ever since his starring role as Mal in Firefly, so the other night while watching Castle I thought I heard something weird- a female police captain being addressed as ” Sir.” I asked my husband if I heard correctly and he grunted his assent. He added that it started a while ago on Battlestar Galactica when female higher ups were called sir. This is a terrible trend and further blurs the line between the sexes.
Let’s start being truthful instead of politically correct. Girls are not boys and shes are not hes. We were created with many differences Females and males are physically and mentally different and it’s time to recognize that.
In the 70’s a psychiatrist at John Hopkins tried to prove that sexual identity was a cultural construct which was the bogus argument feminists employed.
In 2004 Dr. Reiner did follow up studies on the children who had surgery to make them the opposite sex because they were born with abnormal sexual parts or had psychological problems. Shocker! He told his staff to do no more operations because the long term results were disastrous.
“Two Johns Hopkins Children’s Center studies confirm that prenatal exposure to normal male hormones alone dictates male gender identity in normal XY male babies, even if they are born without a penis. The results seriously question the current practice of sex-reassigning some of these infants as females, performing castrations or other surgery to align them cosmetically and hormonally with a female role.” By the way, for those of us living under a rock, our brains are different too.
Now our oh-so smart Obama administration has decided that women in the military can be on the front lines. Remember the scene in Titanic where the women and children were put into the lifeboats first. That was true. Women were treated with respect. Today men don’t hold doors open for women, give up seats to pregnant women, and expect women to make as much money as men. Well comrades, when there’s no difference between a he and a she then we’re all plain “Sir”