Next challenge for you buddy. I know that your overall position on gender equality (based on some of your comments) is that women should submit to men but this does not necessarily mean that men and women aren’t co-equal in nature and being. This view is called the complementarian view if I am not mistaken. I have a few concerns with it and am hoping you will make a video response to it.
The main issue I have with the complementarian position is sexism. Sexism is defined as “attitudes or behavior based on traditional stereotypes of sexual roles” (dictionary.com). Thus, the complementarian position on the roles of women and men is inherently sexist. Which is not necessarily to say that the complementarian position does not work for some people. Some women and some men would find a high success in marriage or would find society to work highly successful within a complementarian perspective. But this does not mean complementarianism should be the standard or expectation for all people because some people don’t view it as working.
I took a course on the subject of witchcraft in Europe recently. Complementarianism was the main reason why witches were burned at the stake so this position is not inherently “nice” to women so to speak. That, and if women are just born women and are forced to play a subordinate role to men, then would this not mean that they are, by nature, subordinate to men? Anxious for your response, just post it in the comments section. Thanks, msm1876!