Men & Women Are Different: Feminism & Feminazis Can’t Change That

Written by Audrey Russo on June 29, 2013

— Women have an enhanced physical alarm response to danger or threat. Their autonomic and sympathetic systems have a lower threshold of arousal and greater reactivity than men. Women feel closer and validated through communication, dialogue and intimate sharing of experience, emotional content and personal perspectives.
— For men, what demonstrates a solid relationship is quite different from that of most women. Men feel closer and validated through shared activities. Such activities include sports, competition, outdoor activities or sexual activities that are decidedly active and physical. Men tend to find sharing emotional content and personal perspectives and involvement uncomfortable, if not, overwhelming.

The differences are not merely physiological but psychological, as well.

I believe Feminizers and Feminazis have been hurt or harmed by a male at some point in their lives, and at a young emotional age. These wounds have provoked them to now spend their lives either trying to turn men into women OR prove that men can be easily replaced. Where I do have compassion for their wounds, they need to deal with the reality that all men are not the devil, and begin to acquaint themselves with the GOOD in men and appreciate our differences.

Weenies, on the other hand, need to first locate their vertebrae, reinsert it … and trade in their skirts and pom-poms for a pair of britches.

As Jefferson said … errors need the support of government, which spells BIG government. If these three categories of individuals make these adjustments, just imagine how small our government could become.

Vive la différence!!

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Audrey Russo is the Host of the weekly REELTalk Radio Show (NYC). Audrey writes a column for and handles Middle East/National Security/Terrorism/Cultural Issues, and her articles can be read in several other news/opinion journals. She is also a contributor on Audrey's Radio Show can also be heard on the Leading Edge Radio Network. Audrey is also an active member of the NYC performing arts community as a singer and actor.