Definition of oxymoron (from Greek ὀξύμωρον, “sharp dull”): A figure of speech in which seemingly contradictory terms appear side by side. Here are some common examples of oxymoronic expressions: act naturally, random order, original copy, found missing, alone together, peace force, even odds, awful good, student teacher, deafening silence, definite possibility, ill health, jumbo shrimp, loose tights, small crowd, and clearly misunderstood.
There are others like military intelligence, friendly fire, civil war, fighting for peace, and the latest, smart childless women.
New research out of the London School of Economics claims that women with higher IQs have fewer children. . . . Psychologist Satoshi Kanazawa, author of The Intelligence Parador “argues that smarter women are harming society by not passing along their genetic gifts to the next generation.” Kanazawa writes:
“If any value is truly unnatural, if there is one thing that humans (and all other species in nature) are decisively not designed for, it is voluntary childlessness… Reproductive success is the ultimate end of all biological existence.”
How smart can that be? Of course, IQ isn’t the issue. So-called smart people have been sent to America’s educational factories where they get daily doses of liberal propaganda. Students are forced to take courses in “women’s studies” and “feminist studies.” Every major university has them. There are even majors in gender studies.
And what do these courses teach? Women don’t need men to be fulfilled and complete. Children are a hindrance to a career. The list goes on and on
To make matters worse, Women’s Studies devolved into Queer Studies and Sexual Diversity Studies relating to sexual orientation and gender identity usually focusing on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people and cultures.
After more than 40 years of this nonsense, its impact is being felt. It’s not just abortion on demand and the sanctioning of all things homosexual that’s impacting our culture. Marriage itself is being called into question.
Consider the following from two liberated women who have said no to marriage in a Newsweek article titled “I Don’t”:
“Once upon a time, marriage made sense. It was how women ensured their financial security, got the fathers of their children to stick around, and gained access to a host of legal rights. But 40 years after the feminist movement established our rights in the workplace, a generation after the divorce rate peaked, and a decade after Sex and the City made singledom chic, marriage is—from a legal and practical standpoint, anyway—no longer necessary. The two of us are educated, young, urban professionals, committed to our careers, friendships, and, yes, our relationships.”
When I was a teenager, I worked in a hardware store. One day a frazzled-looking woman came in desperately looking for help to fix a plumbing problem.
Her husband, a PhD in some field of study, had made a mess of one of the household fixtures. She said something like, “He might be a smart man, but when it comes to practical things like plumbing, he’s not too bright.”
Smart liberal childless women may birth-control, abortionate, and same-sex themselves right out of existence.