After thousands of years of male dominance, we now stand at the beginning of the feminine era, when women will rise to their appropriate prominence, and the entire world will recognize the harmony between man and woman.— The Rebbe A couple who was having communication problems came to see the Rebbe. “Because the man is the master of the house.” “No,” said the Rebbe.Emma stars alongside Steve Carell, Andrea Riseborough, Austin Stowell, Sarah Silverman and Elisabeth Shue.Billie has previously spoken of her delight at Emma playing her in the biopic, gushing at the US Open, 'Being played by Emma, I was shocked and amazed and thankful and blessed.'She is the No.1 actor in the world right now and just to listen to her and how eloquent and how much work she did.She works hard but she's also really smart and really intelligent. She's amazing.'Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris directed the 1973-set feminist comedy.Besides the obvious physiological differences, there are also differences in the way men and women think, speak, and behave.
Andrea Riseborough, who plays Marilyn Barnett, Billie's hairdresser and lover in the film, flashed her pert and braless assets in a plunging scarlet silk gown with a racy split up on thigh.
Man and woman represent two forms of divine energy; they are the male and female elements of a single soul.
G-d is neither masculine nor feminine, but has two forms of emanation: the masculine form, which is more aggressive, and the feminine form, which is more subtle. By nature, they are usually more aggressive and externally oriented.
The answer is not for men and women to try to be alike.
All men and women must be themselves, realizing that G-d has given each of us unique abilities with which to pursue our goals, and that our primary responsibility is to take full advantage of those abilities.
Though feminism rightfully calls for the end of male domination and abuse, and for equal rights for women, it is vital to get to the root of the distortion — that our focus in life, as man or woman, must not be simply to satisfy our own ego or needs, but to serve G-d.