Should A Woman Be President?
Should a woman be president? I don’t think so. I hear all of the time “women are equal to men”, and “women are just as capable as men to lead our country”, and most of all, “women should not stay home barefooted and pregnant”. The people that are saying these things are convincing women that they can become president. There are several reasons why a woman should never think about becoming president. Face it; we women bleed uterine lining out of certain places I don’t have to mention for almost a week every month. It goes back to the old saying, “Stay away from anything that bleeds for five days, and doesn’t die”. Do you think the free world is going to wait for you to go to the bathroom and change your tampon? Do you think they will wait when you break down into a crying fit because your husband might tell you your hips are too big and you look bloated? What about when you are doubled over in pain with a heating pad and a fist full of Midol because your cramps are so outrageous and painful? Will the Presidential Cabinet put off the business of the free world for a whole week? I don’t think so. In my opinion, a female President could not possibly conduct themselves in a civilized manner while menstruating.
Women are just really more emotional than men. I’ve heard people say, “It’s just a fact, women are more emotional than men”, and I couldn’t agree more. Whether you
believe that a women’s temperament is put there by the Christian God or by the evolutionary process, women cry at the drop of a hat because that is how we are made. We don’t like it when our dog’s pee on the floor, or when our husbands or boyfriends don’t assume they should clean up after themselves, and we don’t like it when our back fat can be seen in pictures. If we don’t like things so much, we are much more likely to cry, claw ourselves, throw a fit, or sob for hours in public rather than considering reasonable solutions to the...
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