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And then He created Eve

This post is in continuation to the post  Wed-Lock, Wed-Lock was a story of a lady named Crap. She displayed her beauty with pride, taking her veil away and a thousand men got attracted to her. In Wed-Lock men are compared to muscles to emphasize their physiological superiority. Men are not susceptible to monthly menstrual cycles and the burden of pregnancy. The act of displaying the beauty by crap lead to her pregnancy, and after those painful months, she delivered the burden. In Wed-Lock blood is allegorical to the baby, and ribs to her breasts. The new-born baby couldn't speak, Crap was confused, anxious. She didn't know how to dispose it, she was confused. This totally helpless piece of flesh seems to be a bigger burden now. This emphasizes the helpless nature of human baby which is very strange while compared to the newborns of other species. The paragraph ends with a divine ordainment of chastity and modesty, which is logically feministic in nature.

The next section of Wed-Lock starts by mentioning a special situation where one of the muscles approaches Crap, and the tactics he uses to seduce her. It emphasizes the modern industrialized world where abortion and contraceptives are prevalent. Muscle for his own advantage asks Crap to be free, throw away  her veils, and gives a false statement of equality in strength. Wed-Lock mentions this condition to be a masculine trick to cover up the real feminism which aims for female security. Men always want women to fulfill their sexual desires. This desire may even lead to the extent of abandoning her when she is in most need, while she is in the state of pregnancy. Wed-Lock calls these tricks to be particularly evolved for muscles. Abortion, immodesty, encouragement of explicit female dresses and behavior, is nothing but what men need, and in no way an advantage to feminism. While modesty, chastity and marriage, are ritualistically feministic. This was the message of Wed-Lock, and the reason why it is named so.

Now coming to my personal emotions, I feel extremely sad when I see women in whichever condition they are. I do not justify my emotions but it may be a result of the prevalent slavery of women I see around. Emancipation leads to suppression, liberation leads to destruction. A perfect balance between emancipation and liberation may be a solution for healthier human society which justifies the biological weakness of women.