Actress Defends “Submissive Role” with NHL Hubbie

Former Full House Star Candace Cameron Bure writes “I love that my man is a leader. I want him to lead and be the head of our family.”

“Those major decisions do fall on him, but it doesn’t mean I don’t voice my opinion or have an opinion, I absolutely do.”

But, ultimately, her husband gets the final say. “It is very difficult to have two heads of authority,” Bure explained. “It doesn’t work in military, it doesn’t work — I mean, you have one president, you know what I’m saying?”

She further explained: “We are equal in our . . . importance, but we are just different in our performances within our marriage.”

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Men Are Obsolete

Men, as we’ve historically come to define them, are obsolete.  Obsolete does not mean worthless. It means outmoded.

ONE: It’s the end of men because men are failing in the workplace.

  • Over the last few decades men’s incomes have been slowly declining and women’s have been rising.
  • In 2009 they became the majority of the American workforce for the first time ever.
  • In nearly every country, on all but one continent, women are getting 60 percent of college degrees

TWO: It’s the end of men because the traditional household, propped up by the male breadwinner, is vanishing.

  • We have a new global type, for example, called the alpha wife, a woman who makes more money than her husband or boyfriend.

THREE: It’s the end of men because we can see it in the working and middle class.

  • The working class feels the end of men the most, as men lose their jobs and lose their will to be fathers, and women do everything alone, creating a virtual matriarchy in the parts of the country that used to be bastions of machismo.  As many a woman told me, “He’d be just another mouth to feed.”

FOUR: It’s the end of men because men have lost their monopoly on violence and aggression.

  • Women are becoming more sexually confident, and are going to war and going to jail more.

FIVE: It’s the end of men because men, too, are now obsessed with their body hair.

FROM:   Men Are Obsolete | TIME.com http://ideas.time.com/2014/01/02/men-are-obsolete/#ixzz2pSKSCG9C