What Is a Woman?

Being a woman is many things. It’s being a mother, a sister, a friend, a wife. It’s about being tender and caring, but it also means being strong. It’s about juggling tasks and being able to multitask. It’s about being a role model and a mentor. It’s about standing up for yourself and lifting others up. And it’s about not being afraid to get angry or to be sexy, even if society tells you to be quiet or pretty all the time.

This is the topic of Matt Walsh’s documentary, “What Is a Woman?” The film shows how obsessed we as a society are with gender ideology, which can be a dangerous thing. Walsh interviews people from all over the world, including activists, doctors, and psychologists. And he asks them all the same question: What is a woman? Almost all of them have difficulty answering this simple question. This is because of the confusion that is causing us to lose sight of what it actually means to be a woman.

Until recently, the term “woman” was generally agreed upon to mean an adult human female. It was a term that most of us were taught in grade school. But today, many people have started to redefine what it means to be a woman. They argue that it’s not the XX chromosomes or reproductive organs that determine whether someone is a woman, but instead how they feel about themselves and what they choose to do. This is problematic in so many ways.

Gender ideology has ruined many women’s lives. For example, it’s been known that female babies are disproportionately targeted for infanticide in some countries, because these women don’t look as good as boys do, and therefore, they won’t bring in the money to support their families. Many women have a hard time accepting their own strength because they’re encouraged to be passive and gentle, which doesn’t allow them to stand up for themselves or set boundaries with other people. And when women do demonstrate their strength, they’re branded as bitches or dykes.

In addition to these problems, it’s important to note that being a woman has many advantages as well. Studies have shown that companies managed by women have more engaged employees, and that women are better investors than men. So, if we want to make the world a better place for everyone, then we need to start respecting what it truly means to be a woman.

In order to do this, we need to return to our roots and realize that it isn’t about a particular body type or what someone says about themselves. It’s about who you are inside and out. It’s about your character and values. It’s about how you treat others and the world around you. It’s about being an agent of change. And it’s about having the courage to stand up for what you believe in, no matter what. Because when you do, you’re a woman.