This is What Would Happen if the Titanic Sunk in 2018…

Across cultures, time periods, and entire oceans and continents, men and women have each retained distinct roles in society. While western civilization has done more than anything else to allow individuals to make their own lifestyle decisions, this has generally involved men being producers and protectors, and women being caretakers and organizers.

Now, seriously ask yourself — if the same gender-based trends were observed from ancient Egypt, to feudal Japan, to neolithic Europe, were these roles really assigned by accident? Of course not. Men and women have substantial biologic differences, therefore it make sense that each gender is attracted to different hobbies and careers.

Over the past decade or so, the radical left has been doing seemingly everything in its power to convince everyone else to pretend these differences either don’t exist or don’t matter. We’re willing to bet followers of this ideology would quickly change their mind if time travel was possible.

Consider the sinking of the Titanic, pictured in this meme. Why were women and children allowed off first? The answer is because men have a biological instinct to protect women. This is why, even in today’s progressive society, you don’t see a whole lot of women lining up around the street corner to enlist in the armed forces. By all means, it happens — but small exceptions like this are statistically irrelevant.

~ Facts Not Memes

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