America has more women in Congress than ever. And guess what? They're amazingly condescending toward men. http://t.co/2vqHGgqY Isaiah 3:12— Joel Hilliker (@Joel_Hilliker) January 4, 2013
PCG is for men. The PCG ministry is men only. The organization is not men only but it is essentially for men. This tweet also ignores the fact that in our society women are in fact disadvantaged in many ways compared to men.
Working on a Trumpet feature about the rise of women. Here's a tiny teaser: about our smug new senators. https://t.co/I56b6OHJ— Joel Hilliker (@Joel_Hilliker) January 9, 2013
It is unbelievable how Hilliker seems to find such a thing distressing. He needs to calm down.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg was asked how many women on Supreme Court would she consider enough. She said nine. https://t.co/I56b6OHJ— Joel Hilliker (@Joel_Hilliker) January 9, 2013
What are the odds of that actually happening? Very low. So why take offense?
Unfortunately some men just do not want to see women advancing in their careers. Some men seem to take a bizarre delight in controlling women and seeing them kept in an inferior social position below that of men. Some men want women to stay in the kitchen and keep them there. It is called sexism.
It is unfortunate that Hilliker appears to have tried to pander to that emotion with these tweets. He needs to change his attitude on this matter.