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Wednesday, April 25, 2018
What makes Women So Special?
I often hear women claim men are wimps because they could never endure the pains and discomfort of carrying and creating a baby for nine months and then suffer the pain of child birth.
Granted, several months of throwing up must be very uncomfortable. Having various foods make you ill is inconvenient. Carrying extra weight around, being bloated, having back pain and bladder issues are all things that men would complain about far more than any woman. Passing a head many times larger than the orifice of exit? I’m pretty sure a man would faint a few times during this process.
All these things and more are excellent arguments for women being special and tougher than men, but it misses the most impressive point.
Once conception takes place the woman has no choice but to go through with the process (yes, I know, abortion is an option, but for sake of this post lets leave that out of the discussion).
I believe that if he had to, a man could and would go through all the pain and discomfort associated with child birth. When you have no choice, you can endure pain and discomfort, because...you have no choice, so I believe men could undergo childbirth if it was possible.
The truly amazing thing about women that does not get enough attention, is not their ability to endure the morning sickness, tiredness, bloating, back pain, bladder issues of developing a baby and the incredibly pain and endurance during many hours of delivering a baby.
No, it is something else that makes women so amazing. There is something that women do that almost no man in the world ever would or could do.
What is this thing that women do?
Within a year, and sometimes even within only a few months of going through nine months of discomfort and several hours of the most intense pain and torture imaginable, women will say,
“Let’s do that again!”
Yes, just think about it; sure it takes guts and stamina and dedication to have a baby, but experiencing how difficult and painful the process is and to then want to do it again?
That is really what makes women special!