I know little girls and little boys are different, but I think it is really important to encourage girls to be just as adventurous as boys. I feel like adults have the expectation for boys to be rambunctious and wild, where girls are more often told to be careful and to watch out. Of course, men on the most part are going to be stronger then women, but it doesn’t mean they are more athletic. Even if no one watches women sports, it doesn’t mean they don’t kick ass.
I have a theory on why there is way less interest in female sports. For the most part, chicks don’t really watch sports. The majority of sports fans are dudes, and then of course the girls who want to impress and flirt with the guys watching the game. Just kidding! There are women who genuinely like sports, like lesbians. Just kidding again! They only like softball. Men who watch sports have no issue with routing for guys that are significantly better than them. But guys don’t like to watch girls be better than them in anything, therefore are not going to watch competitive female sports. You could say that is it less exciting of a game because women are weaker, but they are better than you and it is still sports isn’t it?
This theory is backed up by the fact that there is about a ratio of 20 to 1 women in the yoga world.* Do you know how many good-looking, fit, healthy, beautiful, sexy, attractive, conscious, and pretty women do yoga? Have I mentioned gorgeous, stunning, and statuesque yet? If men had half a brain, they would get their ass to a yoga class faster than you can Vinyasa. But most don’t. And you know why? They can’t handle the beginning part of learning where all the chicks would be better than them. So they stay at home and look at internet porn.
For thousands of years philosophers have contemplated the mind body duality and the limitless human potential. Maybe, it is not our bodies that hold us back from miraculous physical accomplishments, but our minds that cannot conceptualize the unknown? But once the mind can imagine something, the body can often respond. All humans should experience this exploration, and in way it begins as babies. Encouraging all children to test their limits, and imagine the impossible. Of course I am not implying that you should get your baby into base-jumping, but I do think that we should be just as supportive of our little girls being tough as our boys.
So even if society doesn’t share the same enthusiasm for women in sports, unless it is a cute Russian gymnast to fantasize about their splitting capacity, that doesn’t mean it isn’t equally important for girls to get as involved. The process of challenging our bodies and pushing the limits of capability is important for all humans regardless of whether you have a penis or a… you know. Just because your daughter has a pussy, doesn’t mean she needs to be one.
*“Facts” and “statistics” I am using are more “opinions” and “observations…” but woteva