“There’s an underbelly of disastrous intent in our lives, to try to make one seemingly not male or female but somehow without difference or detail as which is which or who is what. This will only lead to painful confusion and more suicides, because your inner identity will struggle with a forced and coerced image of what to be by a liberal society. Boys cannot learn to be men without an identity of what it is to be one, same coin but different side, girls cannot learn to be women without an identity of what one is. To generalize and set aside the unique qualities of what each of these identities has to offer is a complete disastrous and malicious destruction of a much needed social construct of true reality. Yes, there are bad examples of being a man or a woman in our society, but that’s what they are, bad examples, of what not to be. To be a better man or woman doesn’t come from a neutrality of confirmatory and shutting down what it is to be either one, being different and having one enhance the other in it’s positive complementary nature is the goal in a society.
What is the necessary neutrality is that both males and females strive for being better human beings, rather than the destruction of the identity of what it is to be either one.” – Ryan L. Rinehart