Due Process and “He Said, She Said” (EP.02)

Accusing

Our nation and communities–in some cases families–are being pulled apart–unnecessarily. Gender, instead of simply being a natural part of our makeup, and a delight from time-to-time, is now one of the many artificially created fault lines. The play on words is intended here. Fault lines in nature can create devastating earthquakes. Finding fault simply and only along gender lines can create equal disasters with us as people. Today’s podcast examines how we are taking the wonder and delight of being male and female into the accusing world of “He said, she said.” And how we can fix it.

Will Luden, writing from my home office at 7,200’ in Colorado Springs.

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2 Responses

  1. Charlie Reply

    No basic difference between racial stereotyping and gender stereotyping. They’re both the result of mental laziness, dishonesty, or self interest. Sadly, there will always be those who will use their physical, financial or political strength to impose themselves on others. There will also be those who will use their status as members of an oppressed group to play the system. I have no answer for society as a whole except for a return to having God as the center. For myself, I can only try my best to overcome my own preconceptions (particularly difficult with the heavily tattooed and pierced) to treat others as the individuals and to keep myself out of situations that can be misconstrued.

    • Will Luden Reply

      “I have no answer for society as a whole except for a return to having God as the center.” Bingo; that’s the long-term fix; the only one that gets to the root cause(s) of so many of our issues and problems. Everything else is simply addressing symptoms.

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