The New York Times has published a bizarre piece today, suggesting the Apollo program is inherently sexist because it was created “by men, for men.”
“To make it to the Moon, women have to escape Earth’s gender bias,” the article states. “The Apollo program was designed by men, for men. But NASA can learn from its failures as it aims to send women to the moon and beyond.”
The Apollo program was designed by men, for men. If we do not acknowledge the gender bias of the early space program, it becomes difficult to move past it. https://t.co/Mt7rVLgAaf
— The New York Times (@nytimes) July 17, 2019
Actress Patricia Heaton brilliantly responded to the piece on Twitter, saying: “The New York Times was designed by men, for men. If we do not acknowledge the gender bias of the early New York Times, it becomes difficult to move past it.”
— Patricia Heaton (@PatriciaHeaton) July 17, 2019
Aside from the fact that it took the New York Times 160 years to appoint their first female editor, where do they think this is going to end? How far back in history do we want to go, slapping “problematic” and “sexism” stickers on mankind’s achievements?
Is the question mark–or rather, the contempt–heaped upon everything males do or have achieved going to lead to anything beneficial for society? Not a chance.
Cultural Marxists would have women believe any success a man achieves apart from a woman’s involvement must have come at the expense of women. In other words, they want women to think that for a male to win, a woman must lose. It’s literally the definition of divisive politics. And leftists lap it up.