A very wise observation, Ryan. Who I am in my job had nothing to do with who I was in my marriage and who I am outside the office. God expects us to use the gifts we have been given responsibly. In a marriage, God has given us excellent guidelines. It has been my experience that those guidelines work out pretty well when followed. I am quite secure in being the woman God intended me to be in a sacrificial marriage and thriving under the protection and guidance of a man who accepts the responsibility and honor that God intended him to have. I find myself a bit baffled at what appears to be a battle between the sexes. I guess I have been out of touch and missed the chaos.
I think Ryan has some excellent points in his message, as well. It is shameful that our society has pitted A against B, and women against men. It is actually quite disgusting and sickening that marriage, which is supposed to reflect Christ-like love, is being willfully destroyed by a group with a radical agenda. A healthy marriage cannot be built under any environment other than one of trust and willingness to work as a team. I worry that the radical feminist agenda has poisoned many women and made them fundamentally incapable of having a trusting and equal marital relationship with a husband.