Monday, November 19, 2007

Feminism Debunked

Feminists have long promoted the belief that female domesticity is purely a result of cultural conditioning. They also maintain that, given the chance, most women would choose education over and above home-making. However, a recent, groundbreaking study in female behaviour has the potential to expose these claims for the myths they are.
The results are nothing short of earth-shattering. Among the most notable statistics:
  • 100% of those surveyed would rather cook dinner than engage in educational duties
  • Even menial jobs like cleaning washrooms, scrubbing showers and changing dirty diapers (!!) are "way more fun" than composing essays
  • All surveyed persons reported an "unnatural and irresistible" pull away from their books towards the kitchen

Demographics: ages 18-24, attending post-secondary educational institutions.
Number of women surveyed: 1

As usual, creativity flows away while there are essays to be written... in the opposite direction of course. Back to the Maoist Era...


Curt and Jen said...

...or, creativity surges in every other area of life, as your blog entry demonstrates.

By the way, there's a really dirty, stinky diaper waiting for you downstairs, on the bottom of my son.


Winston said...

This sounds like a survey conducted by some good ol' boys group to "prove" that it is still best to keep "the little woman" pregnant and in the kitchen.

You're welcome for use of the picture, which I stole from someone else...

Ruth vanHooydonk said...

Do you have a link to this study? I'd like to see it.