Equal Gender Pay For
Well-paid job in City.
Salary £500,000 per annum. Needs totally committed individual. Minimum
contract for 10 years. Prepared to travel away from home. Working
hours from 9.00am to 9.00pm.
Now, if we asked 100 men if they would
like this job, well, letís say that about 40 would say Ďyesí. But
I think that out of 100 women, only 20 would say Ďyesí.
Fewer women would be prepared to make
such a commitment even for the high salary simply because women, statistically speaking, have a different set of priorities in their
lives compared to men. And they are less obsessed about their jobs
because their values tend to revolve around more personal issues, like
family, children, relatives, friends, love, etc.
As a result of their priorities, women
will also choose to have babies, and to look after them. And babies and
children take up an incredible amount of their time. How can such women
possibly make up for this time when competing against men who have been
focusing on their jobs throughout their lives without breaks? -
particularly at the high-power, high-flier levels of any given job,
where women would have to compete against the very best, and against the
most ambitious, of men?
The winners are going to be those who have
laboured and trained and who kept going and pushing without a break.
Following a career and getting to the
top is very much like running a marathon where there are thousands of
competitors. But only the first three get a medal. The winners are going
to be those who have laboured and trained and who kept going and pushing
without a break. Those who stop and rest for a while to have babies will
be overtaken even by the plodders.
Statistically, in the end, therefore,
the men will win hands down in the employment market and in the highest
salary awards. They will also reach the highest posts within their
But itís not the men who win the
race that are holding the women back, as the EOC would like you to
believe. In this area, itís the women themselves. After all, they can choose not to
have children. No-one forces them to have children. Instead, they can
choose to do what men do. They can take on men's values and men's
commitments, and devote more time to their jobs, if they want to. Nobody
is holding them back.
compared to men, women just donít value winning the marathon that
much. Statistically, therefore, they get paid less. And quite right too,
because they work fewer hours and they achieve less.
However, the EOC keeps squawking
loudly that women are being paid less than men and that, somehow, they
are being cheated by men. The suggestion is always that men are,
somehow, holding women back. But it's the same old vindictive feminist
nonsense that tries to blame men for everything.
The EOC also perpetually bemoans the
fact that there are fewer women than men in high positions, and
they always want to give us the
impression that it is men who are purposefully holding the women back
from reaching the heights of their profession. It simply isn't true.
It's just that women, statistically speaking,
care less about jobs and status than do men.
the EOC has a long-established tradition of distorting
the truth and painting a negative picture of men.
the EOC has a long-established tradition of distorting the truth and
painting a negative picture of men. It's what they appear to get paid
It is also pointless for women to keep
moaning about the fact that employers are reluctant to give them special
consideration when they have children, and to demand exactly the same
pay when they don't actually put in the same number of hours. Why should
anybody who works full time (man or woman) have to subsidise other women
in the workplace just because they choose to have children?
Feminists tell us that women who have
children should not be disadvantaged in the employment sphere. But, as
with everything else, feminists think that the world should cater
exclusively for their own selfish needs. Their gardens must always be
full of roses, no matter what they do, or what they choose. They believe
that women who have children should not in any way have to curtail their
employment prospects or their incomes.
Thus, despite the fact that such women
will take leave from work (for years, perhaps) and that they will not be
able to put in the same number of hours that their colleagues do,
feminists argue that they should be paid the same and be given the same
But it's the same old selfish
whingeing, with never a thought for anyone else.
Feminists think that they should have everything regardless of
their circumstances or their choices. But these are the immature
whinings of little girls who want to have their cake and eat it, and who
shriek frenziedly, 'Not fair', whenever they are told that they can't
have it both ways.
little girls need to grow up.
But little girls need to grow up.
And when little girls become bigger
girls they also need to learn about hormones - you know, the chemicals
that cause some 3.5 million women in this country to behave aggressively
and irrationally, every month. Well, men have a powerful hormone inside
their bodies too? It's called testosterone. And men's bodies start
producing high quantities of this at around puberty and thereafter.
Testosterone (as women who have taken
it regularly will tell you) is known to dramatically increase the sex
drive and the tendency toward aggression. It also powers strong drives
for achievement and infuses the body with stamina and energy. Couple
this with a man's characteristically focused mode of thinking, and bang,
you've got a human being who is very determined to get to wherever he is
Now, women have testosterone too. Some
more than others. But, statistically speaking,
men have far more of the stuff. So, we have yet another reason why men, statistically,
will beat the women hands down when it comes to the race to the top.
But, it's not just at the top where
men will earn more money. Statistically
speaking, they can also do harder and more dangerous work.
Miners required for
12-hour shifts in filthy, dangerous pits. £500 per week. Strength and
stamina required. Dangers include mine collapse, poisonous gas and lung
speaking, how many women could do this job as well as men?
How many would want to? Surely the EOC doesn't expect men who work in
difficult and dangerous conditions to get paid the same as school dinner
Of course not. But the EOC continues
to excrete its poisonous twaddle whenever it can, and it forever tries
to stir up the anger of UK women against its men by twisting the truth
about gender and pay. It is a dishonourable organisation that foments
further misery and unhappiness throughout the country.
there are clear differences between men and women,
Needless to say, the EOC is run by feminists and their poodles, and, as is typical of feminists, they seem
completely unable to appreciate the fact that there are clear
differences between men and women, statistically
Now, we all know that feminists are
full of anger and resentment at the undoubted statistical
superiority of men in most areas of employment, but they should take
some comfort from the fact that a statistical
difference between the two sexes does not mean that every man will be
superior to every woman.
Just like with height, while it is true that, statistically,
men are taller than women, there are, nevertheless, millions of women
who are taller than millions of men. Statistically,
however, men are taller. And similarly, statistically,
for the reasons given above, and for other reasons, they will rise to
far higher incomes.
Now the feminists at the EOC may not
like the fact that, for example, men have higher levels of energising
testosterone while women have higher levels of hormones that debilitate
them every month, statistically speaking;
but there we are.
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