What Is a Woman?
If you want to treat a woman right, it’s important to respect her ideas and perspective. You don’t have to agree with her, but you shouldn’t make her feel like she is being dismissed or demeaned. For example, if she believes in a unique philosophical notion that you don’t share, try to listen and understand what makes her think the way she does. She’ll appreciate that you value her opinion, even if it’s different than yours.
While it is certainly true that women face many challenges in today’s world, it’s also true that there are some real perks to being a girl! For example, on average, girls live seven years longer than boys and are more likely to survive melanoma. Plus, they have a thicker layer of subcutaneous fat, so they’re better able to handle cold temperatures. And let’s not forget that Nancy Drew was a chick, and she totally rocked the Hardy Boys.
Unfortunately, as a result of the transgender fad, the answer to the question “what is a woman?” has become increasingly controversial. This is especially true when it comes to sex identity, and those who advocate for the transgender movement seem to be in no way able to answer this fundamental question.
The definition of a woman that most people use today is that a woman is any human being who identifies as female, regardless of the sex assigned to them at birth. But this definition is problematic for several reasons. The most obvious problem is that it doesn’t account for those who were born with the opposite sex and are now living as women. It would be like saying that parallel lines are still perpendicular if you didn’t have any of the other examples in your mind to show how absurd that is.
Another issue is that it doesn’t take into account the fact that some women are simply unable to get pregnant. The truth is that the definition of a woman should be more than just a biological one; it should include the capacity to realize her full potentiality.
As Catholics, we know that Mary is a woman. When the angel knelt before her, it was not because of her chromosomes or her gender identity that she commanded the respect of God and the angels, but rather because she was the vessel for God’s Son.
So, the next time you see a woman, don’t forget to honor her for who she is and how she’s been able to overcome so much in such a short amount of time. Whether it’s through the strength of her faith or the fact that she never gives up, she deserves your respect for what she’s accomplished in this life! And if you’re lucky enough to find yourself in a relationship with her, be sure to treat her as well as you can. After all, that’s what she wants.