Santa Fe, NM—Let me begin with the confession I love women. I adore elegance, grace, beauty and brains.
Some believe that since I despise Hillary Clinton I must be sexist. I despise most every politician regardless of sex because they are all corrupt, freedom hating control freaks.
I’m beyond disappointed that women are routinely programed to be second-class. They are the wives, mothers, housekeepers and they make magic in the kitchen. Because of technology and work saving devices women have much more time and ability to break out of that stereotype.
Women unnecessarily miss out on a lot of life’s fun and excitement because they think some activities are somehow not feminine or somehow too masculine.
Creating videos with drones is something enjoyed by less than three percent of women. Why I ask? It’s easy, fun and creative. The women I’ve seen using drones are more skilled than the men.
Things are changing since women are filling our medical, dental and law schools. I say bravo to that.
Actress Angelina Jolie said she would much rather play James Bond than a Bond girl. Why has Hollywood not expanded heroic and masterful roles for women?
My all time favorite film is the World War II film Black Book. In this film based on fact a very appealing Berlin Jewish nightclub singer hides out in the Netherlands from the Nazis. She becomes an accentual member of the Dutch underground and a hero.
That film has an all around great cast that was led by Carice van Houten who absolutely rocked. It was truly a role of a lifetime for a woman. The film was far more realistic and much better those Mission Impossible or the James Bond films.
Women need never lose their femininity or dignity to lead rather than follow men.
As a firearms instructor I learned a lot about women. Usually they shoot better then men simply because they listen to the instructors. Men think that being macho is all they need so they don’t listen. I always separate couples in those classes for obvious reasons.
The only thing holding back women are the women themselves. I cheer on any woman that wants to break through.
Any woman that can break out of the gender-programming mold is more attractive and sexier.
Somehow many women juggle being wives, mothers and superheroes at the same time. Why settle for second place? My advice? Don't take no for an answer!