There is a tendency for Culdians to be judgmental with regard to women. Why is that?
We cannot agree that Culdians are judgmental with regard to women. On the contrary we recognize the superior virtues inherent in womankind and the great importance of the womanly criterion and female status. Perhaps it is because Culdians realize that woman is not living up to her full potential as a female, and that society is the worse because of this, that some of their statements may sound critical. We do not absolve men from blame and it is a sad commentary on our society that among men women are often classified according to their mammary development, their availability for sex and the
extent to which they expect male commitment. Such talk was heard a generation ago, but then it applied only to a certain section of womankind; now there is no such discrimination among men.