I think we've all heard such statements as "variety is the spice of life" or "it takes all types to make the world turn". I couldn't agree more. If everything was the same life would be bland.
Muhammad Ali said it right. Contrary to what many might think; he's not a bigot. He's a lover of nature. That's an admiral trait to have. 40 plus years of social engineering has taken it's tole on society and all that's good is now deemed "bad" or "wrong". It's now considered "racist" (in most people's minds) to support the preservation of your own people and want your children to look like you.
Greek philosopher Democritus (c.460 BC)
Likewise, societies living in accordance with natural gender roles tend to be healthier - physically,emotionally,and spiritually. The reason being? It works. Feminism is at odds with our very nature and as a result has created a retrograde "culture". Nothing functions as it should and our socioeconomic infrastructure is in a state of utter disarray.
"A Society Without Fathers or Husbands: The Na of China" written by Cai Hua is a fascinating read about a culture within China that's existed for over three millennium. The concept of both fatherhood and husbandry is alien to these people. It's a matrilineal society honoring the natural gender roles while allowing both men and woman liberty to have as many romantic partners as they please without disrupting the fabric of society. Contrary to what many might think; it's highly functional. Men are the leaders of society while the women are it's nurturers. Both suicide and homicide are virtually non-existent with the Na people.
Click here for part one and here for part two of a short documentary on these amazing Na (Moso/Mosuo) people.
What these people are doing works. What we're doing doesn't work. Do the math! Our own culture has failed us and it's largely due to the fact that "our" culture was never ours to begin with. Back in the annals of our history and before Christianity was spawned and imposed upon our ancestors; they were pagan. Long overdue is another cultural renaissance - an amalgamation of the best of everything from now and from our past. Only time will tell if this transpires and in what form. It's doubtful any of this will take place without first enduring a fairly lengthy dark age.