Plexus Virtual Health Event Starts Today!

Join Plexus Team Hope and Kelly Reins for an online informational event about the Plexus product line. The event starts today and ends Friday with special guests speakers Kristin Abart and Amber Miller in livestream Youtube event you won’t want to miss! Come learn why so many are saying that Plexus changed their lives! Plexus products are natural, simple to use, and uniquely address health issues; especially … Continue reading Plexus Virtual Health Event Starts Today!

MercatorNet: Do We Need Fertility Education?

[Editor’s note: The responsibility of education falls to parents not the state. A statist system will always put itself first. But this article does reveal a severe lack of understanding when it comes to basic biology. Some which feminism worked so hard to cover-up, deny, and manipulate. God’s design is perfect however. ] [M]en can father children well into old age (for example, Charlie Chaplin fathered … Continue reading MercatorNet: Do We Need Fertility Education?

Give-Away! Three Decades of Fertility – Ten Ordinary Women Surrender to the Creator and Embrace Life

In honor of women who have seen through the lies perpetuated by Planned Parenthood and feminist-driven government-sanctioned social programs who have for decades devastated the lives of women in the name of “Women’s Health”, we’re giving away a copy of “Three Decades of Fertility” today while Cecil Richards sits and sweats out questions of responsibility and accountability before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. Be in … Continue reading Give-Away! Three Decades of Fertility – Ten Ordinary Women Surrender to the Creator and Embrace Life

Family Edge: Do Women Need To Have Periods?

Using birth control to eliminate menstruation isn’t unsafe, even if some worry it’s “unnatural.” That, readers, is how a recent opinion piece in The Atlantic started, and obviously I was curious to know where this was going. Turns out that more women are keen to use birth control not only to prevent pregnancy, but as a long-term way to avoid their period. Now this is probably something that … Continue reading Family Edge: Do Women Need To Have Periods?

What the husband of a chronically ill wife wants her to know

My dear wife recently sent me a list of three things that a chronically ill person wants her loved ones to know.  You can access that article here. It is very well done, and puts to words all that you are feeling. My darling, I know.  I’ve heard you.  I understand. I also want you to know that there are three things that a husband … Continue reading What the husband of a chronically ill wife wants her to know

Gates Foundation and Planned Parenthood-Style Eugenicism

According to a report from The New American, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is taking fire from human rights advocates for funding and promoting the most recent form of the controversial contraceptive drug, Depo Provera.  Following in the Eugenic footsteps of Planned Parenthood, the Gates Foundation’s advocacy of the deadly drug is particularly aimed at women in Africa and developing countries. Melinda Gates, wife … Continue reading Gates Foundation and Planned Parenthood-Style Eugenicism

Black women targeted with eugenics drug, a deadly carcinogen offered as a ‘contraceptive’

(NaturalNews) It has been on the U.S. drug market since the early 1990s, and population control organizations like Planned Parenthood continue to push it heavily on black women and other ethnic minorities as a form of contraception. But the injectable contraceptive drug Depo-Provera, manufactured by Pfizer, has an extensive track record of causing serious harm to women, including its tendency to trigger the development of … Continue reading Black women targeted with eugenics drug, a deadly carcinogen offered as a ‘contraceptive’

Women Who Make Things Worse for Other Women

By Carey Roberts, Originally published here Jan. 10, 2006

Who is harmed more by the radical feminist creed: men or women? I have long believed that men are more victimized. But after reading Kate O’Beirne’s recent book, Women Who Make the World Worse, I’m beginning to reconsider.

As editor of National Review Online, O’Beirne showcases her formidable research and writing skills in exposing how the feminist movement has polarized relations between the sexes and made life worse for most American women.

In my town, billboards feature a newly-engaged woman showing off her sparkling diamond ring, nearly shouting the words, “Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, YES!” Despite the fact that married women are healthier, happier, and more economically-secure than their single sisters, feminists are hell-bent on obliterating this bedrock institution.

Feminists want you to believe that the urge to conceive and nurture children is a patriarchal construction. Can you guess who came up with this gem? “Motherly love ain’t everything it has been cracked up to be. To some extent it’s a myth that men have created to make women think that they do this job to perfection.” Continue reading “Women Who Make Things Worse for Other Women”

Family Edge: Side Effects of the Pill 102: Death

Where would you expect to find a film about the oral contraceptive pill which begins with the comment that this is “the first medical drug made specifically to treat people who aren’t sick”? Not at a bastion of liberal opinion such as the UK Guardian website. But that is where the video above was posted last month, warning that if you weren’t sick when you … Continue reading Family Edge: Side Effects of the Pill 102: Death

New Proposal to Temporarily Sterilize All NZ Teenage Females

Yesterday the NZ media featured coverage of a new proposal that has been put forward by two “senior” academics from the University of Otago, who would like to see all young New Zealand females temporarily sterilised with long-acting chemical contraceptive implants. In their ideal vision for the future of New Zealand young people, these academics would like temporary sterilisation to be the default policy that … Continue reading New Proposal to Temporarily Sterilize All NZ Teenage Females