The society “avoids masculinity, femininity”, moves to a gender-neutral society, where “gender characteristics are not valued,” says the writer.
- Modern society avoids masculinity, warns the heroic biographer
- Joanna Groոխovi է is a chronicler of heroes like Ernest Shackleton
- He said the move to a “gender-neutral society” was “very worrying”.
- The author talked about sex with Major General Patrick Cordingley
As a chronicler of characters such as Scott of Antarctica and Ernest Shackleton, Joanna Grokhovich knows a couple of things about machismo.
But modern society “avoids masculinity,” he warned this week.
“I find it very worrying that we are moving towards a gender-neutral society where gender-specific qualities are not valued,” he said.
“As we avoid masculinity, I think we also avoid femininity.”
An army soldier prepares his pistol as he patrols the road from an armored tank in Tocansipa, Cundinamarca Department, Colombia, on June 18, 2022.
ATS “captured the wrong kind of girl.”
It is the branch of the army that the Queen joined in World War II with Churchill’s daughter Mary.
But the Territorial Auxiliary Service, set up for women, has so far suffered from an “image problem,” historian Tessa Dunlop said yesterday.
He told the Chalke Valley History Festival that there were fears that “it attracts ‘the wrong kind of girls’ because they had sex with men and were considered prostitutes.
“To prove that women’s services are not dishonest, they counted the number of illegal pregnancies in the service versus civilian illegal pregnancies to prove that military women actually did well,” said Dr. Danlop.
He spoke during a discussion with Major-General Patrick Cordingley, who led the 7th Armored Brigade, called Desert Rats, during the First Gulf War, to an audience at the Charke Valley History Festival.
She spoke of Joan Rhodes, who became known as a strong woman in the 1950s. He was able to bend iron rods, raise his ankles, but he was “very attractive” and had a 22-inch waist.
After being abandoned by his parents, he lived on the streets of London at the age of 14 with buskers, which taught him to be “strong”.
Major General Cordingley said. “She was a good lady. He had this horribly bad upbringing that fixed his whole idea of what to do in the world.
“Is that masculine?” Mrs. Grokhovich answered. “I do not mind a woman being called a man. I think Joan is a classic example of someone who embodies both [manliness and femininity]. And why can’t we celebrate? He traveled the two worlds, in fact he was incredibly successful.
“You do not have to be an open muscle to be a man, you just have to have self-confidence, be able to hold your place, be able to openly express your opinion.”
In a gender-neutral society, masculinity and femininity are at stake, says the writer
SourceIn a gender-neutral society, masculinity and femininity are at stake, says the writer