The foundation of the modern feminist movement

[HT Wintery Knight]

“[A]s long as the family and the myth of the family and the myth of maternity and the maternal instinct are not destroyed, women will still be oppressed…. No woman should be authorized to stay at home and raise her children. Society should be totally different. Women should not have that choice, precisely because if there is such a choice, too many women will make that one.” ~ Simone de Beauvoir, “Sex, Society, and the Female Dilemma,” Saturday Review, June 14, 1975.

With the above quote in mind, here is an excellent essay outlining why people like myself and my wife are wholly opposed to the radical feminist movement of our era.

The highlights include:

  • Feminism is anti-child, leading to a marked rise in abortions worldwide.
  • Feminism is anti-male, being almost wholly based (like the NAACP) on the perpetuation of class hatred, the perception (not reality) of inequality.
  • Feminism is anti-family, being radically opposed to any gender distinctions it views motherhood as a problem to be solved and not a blessing to be embraced.

18 responses to “The foundation of the modern feminist movement

  1. Would you say that the view of unborn babies as parasites to their hosts (mothers) stems from the feminist movement?

    Another thing that irks me is when a feminist marries! My grandma is slightly feminist in that anytime we are out together as a family she enjoys putting him down pretty much the whole time we're all together. That annoys so much because my grandpa is a great guy, but not in my grandma's eyes. Oh, she'll say she loves him, though there is no fruit of that because she constantly calls him stupid and dumb-head. She also thinks women are better.

    Ugh, the feminist movement AND the chauvinist movement are movements that need to be dismantled.

  2. "That's because I quoted them in context. If you feel I haven't, feel free to offer your well-reasoned refutation. "

    Hehe. I don't think that word means what you think it means.

    "Well yes, insofar as their behavior is in keeping with what the founder of their religion modeled and what the founding documents of their religion prescribe I believe their treatment of the women in their lives stands as a solemn witness against the claims like yours that the Bible contains "demeaning prescriptions" for women."

    Hello circular reasoning!! You're a gem, Wes.

  3. Still waiting on quotes from the bible that are demeaning to females…… but you do a great job of avoiding posting them

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