February 1, 2011
No introduction yet
The American woman was sold a bill of goods in the 1960s by Jane Fonda and Gloria Steinhem that Wall Street exploited and Baby Boomer parents fed into, from which they have never recovered. It cost them their feminity, it made them quasi-males and stereotyped them. There isn't enough time in a day to be a good woman and have a job, so we end up with a lot of frustrated, poorly advised females. Major, resultant inadequacies imposed on the American culture is our prison population has exploded, youth have difficulty defining their roles and the family unit is ravaged. When we took the mother out of the house during the child's formative years our youth were dealt a devasting blow from which America has never recovered. Bad parenting leads to a multitute of dysfunctionalities.