Obligation to DieDecember 11, 2012
This is a super quick post day. Don’t have time to make a huge write up on this since i’m still busy with other things.
“…And I said ‘Well, you can’t just leave him in there and let him die. You’ve got to help him. Go get him’. And I commanded him several times and Josh looked at me, and he again said ‘He won’t get out of the car’. And I told him ‘You can’t stand here and watch him die. You’ve got to get him out’.”
Read the full story about a woman coming across a wreck, and telling a man to get another man out of a burning vehicle.
Whatever your initial thoughts of Josh Brent not getting trapped man (Jerry Brown) out of the vehicle (which he eventually did) the key question is why the woman did nothing to help the man out beyond commanding another man to risk his own life (whom she was not aware of being the driver/drunk/cause of the crash). All she knew was that he was a man standing there and she felt compelled to tell him to do something she would not do.
Was her life more important?
The female imperative, men risk, die, disposable, women tell you when and how high.
And you want equality too?
Have at it in the comments.