“Womb-wisdom”. Is that like scrotal-smarts?
Seriously, this seems to be a primary example of the feminine imperative. If something isn’t all about women, and how it affects them, then that thing must be made to be all about women
First of all, I love the term, “scrotal smarts”. We need to remember that one when a woman starts about “womb wisdom” or “feminine intuition”.
Josh is right that women feel the need to make anything and everything about them. Baby BOYS being circumcised definitely isn’t about women because women don’t have penises.
I have seen the same thing when it comes to medical conditions that only men can have. I remember several years ago seeing commercials on TV about how men need to get checked for prostate cancer for their “families” (in other words, women) even though prostate cancer has nothing to do with women.
In the movie, Fight Club, Helena Bonham Carter’s character goes to the same testicular cancer support group that the main character, a man, does. At one point she says that she has more of a right to go a testicular cancer support group than the main character does. While that is an absurd idea, I think we may not be that far away from women trying to take over male only medical conditions like that. For women it has to be all about them even if it’s biologically impossible for it to be about them like with testicular cancer.