Power On Her Head: The Home Field Advantage By Andrea Schwartz at The Kingdom Driven Family Most of what passes for “restoring male leadership in the church” these days is in fact suppressing female initiative and decreasing areas of legitimate action and involvement by women. It’s not difficult to predict that this won’t lead to more men leaders and more obedient wives but to more … Continue reading Feminism, Patriarchy, and Women Who Rule Their Homes
Editor’s Note: Strong language in article. Feminists hate biblical womanhood and are sure to say so. Slight and slander white women after a review of election results. Feminists (women and men because NOH8 or something) took to Twitter Wednesday morning to express their outrage over Wendy Davis’ loss in her bid for Governor of Texas. While everyone around the country pretty much expected Davis to lose, … Continue reading Slight & Slander, Feminists Verbally Attack White Texas Women
Editor’s Note: Some clarification. Wendy Davis is a feminist, with a specific agenda so liberal and so replete with everything we stand against. The lies are endless. Obama has her back. The author supports feminism as a wholesome standard for all women, ensuring even religious liberty. This is an unfortunate mistake. Gynecisism and feminism are one in the same. Also, we will be judged by … Continue reading Today’s Feminist, Wendy Davis and Gynecism
Being pro-life goes far beyond cool bumper stickers pasted on our car bumpers. So does being a follower of Jesus Christ. Both identities call for speaking out and standing up for our convictions even when it causes us discomfort or discrimination. This is convictional Christianity in action, but I fear too many in the Church have opted for couch-potato Christianity instead. The pro-life movement cannot … Continue reading GAO Abortion Findings a Wake-Up Call for Lethargic Christians
Editor’s note: We’re so used to spinning the facts to create our own reality we don’t know the truth from a lie anymore. This history, however, provides not so much an explanation of how we got here as a description of our progress (or rather decline). This history shows that the public has gotten more tolerant of political deception, but it does not tell us … Continue reading A Culture of Lies – From Feminism to Obamacare
When women go wrong men go right after them.” – Mae West Editor’s Note: For mature readers. “Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy; its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery.” Winston Churchill wrote this over a century ago. During my junior year in high school, the nuns asked about our plans for after we graduated. … Continue reading MILLETT: Marxist Feminism’s Ruined Lives
No Longer Politically Correct to be a Gentleman
Chivalry is demeaning towards women and a sign of ‘sexism’ in men, feminist psychologists now claim.
The controversial claims follow a report for the Psychology of Women Quarterly which asserts that there is a cluster of behaviours called ‘benevolent sexism’ which manifests itself in everything from opening doors for girls to men offering to help women choose the right computer. (See Andy Bloxham’s Telegraph article, “Chivalry is actually ‘benevolent sexism’, feminists conclude.”)
Playing the part of a gentleman is a particularly insidious form of ‘benevolent sexism’, rooted in warm feelings towards women, the researchers claim. While gentlemanly behaviour might at first appear to be positive towards women, it is actually a form of gender colonialism.
“The warm, fuzzy feelings surrounding benevolent sexism come at a cost,” warned Melanie Tannenbaum in the Scientific American last April, “and that cost is often actual, objective gender equality.” Continue reading “Being a Gentleman ‘Sexist’, say Feminists”
It’s Equal Pay Day, everyone!
As per tradition, progressives mark the occasion by using fabricated numbers to drive a destructive narrative of division and faux-victimhood.
In other words, Equal Pay Day is just like any other day, except with more hashtags. Continue reading “Matt Walsh: Thank God for the Gender Wage Gap”
A couple of days ago I wrote about a new feminist campaign called “Ban Bossy.” I won’t rehash the topic, but if you somehow missed out on the latest Outrage Du Jour, allow me to sum it up thusly: some female celebrities and feminist business moguls have come together to invent another petty reason to feel offended and persecuted. This time, they’ve decided that the word “bossy” is sexist. I dedicated about 1,700 words to picking … Continue reading Strong Words from Matt Walsh to Feminists
Nineteen seventy-four was a grim year in the history of the Republic. An embargo had quadrupled the price of oil and touched off an energy crisis so severe that the state of Oregon banned Christmas lights as wasting energy. The president of the United States seemed to have taken part in a criminal conspiracy that would soon lead to his resignation.
And on television, things were really dire: that year saw the debut of “Free to Be . . . You and Me.”
“Free to Be . . . You and Me” was a piece of Ms. Foundation-produced feminist propaganda disguised as entertainment for children that first appeared on ABC 40 years ago this week, on March 11, 1974. It drew big ratings, leading to platinum status for an associated album, a bestselling book and many repeat airings of the show. Continue reading “How ‘Free to Be…You and Me’ Emasculated Men”