Does anyone else feel that the world's reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic is symptomatic of the feminization of society?

Anonymous
Because I feel like it is. This whole world's just so pathetically WEAK, scared and emasculated now, that it can't even cope with the tiniest little increase in personal risk. and these women and pussified cowards, who dictate to everyone what's morally correct and what isn't, are willing to take away everyone's civil liberties, freedoms, incomes, educations and life opportunities just to try and "make it go away". Even when it isn't working, has no hope of doing anything more than softening the blow by stretching it out as long as possible, and even if it means deliberately killing off at least TEN TIMES as many people than an unimpeded global coronavirus pandemic ever could have. The actual average risk of death, from coronavirus, is less than half the annual risk of death for a lumberjack- about the same as the annual risk of death for any construction worker. And we all know that ONLY men work these jobs- women are too SCARED, too COWARDLY to cope with those levels of risk. But we CAN deal with them; we COULD have dealt with this pandemic, like we did with all those that came before.

But this time, we weren't allowed to- because women have already taken over, and we have no power, influence or any say over ANYTHING in any more. And as expected, what did our feminized society do, when faced with actual risk? Shut down everything, wail in terror and piss their pants. And when they were faced with a decision- to allow the relatively few old, infirm, mostly white men who're most at risk of death from the coronavirus, and who own more than 40% of the world's wealth, to deal with the risks; or deliberately cause the highest poverty levels that the world's seen since the end of WW2, effectively wringing the necks of at least ten infant children as human sacrifices to try and extend the life of each rich, feeble old man by no more than a year on average- well, which choice would any woman make? Is it any surprise what our feminized society elected to do? Not for me...
Does anyone else feel that the world's reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic is symptomatic of the feminization of society?
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