It seems that in order for one to follow a religion, the god at the helm has to have a sex, which is usually male. Does this make women inherently second class? Is it odd that females tend to be more religious than males considering that the god they believe in chose NOT to be female or even represent himself as sexless.
Did god make a suggestion about male superiority by being male himself?
It seems like the only logical conclusion, what do you people think?
- does following a male god make males superior?
- is it odd that people accept a male god as their creator as opposed to a female god?