How feminists have weaponised androgyny

Jan 19, 2018 by

by Melanie Phillips: The culture war now raging over issues such as women’s pay, transgender or inappropriate sexual contact graphically illustrates the phenomenon I identified two decades ago. I wrote a book called The Sex-Change Society: Feminised Britain and the Neutered Male. In this, I argued...

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The Fight Over Motherhood in Modern Society

Jan 3, 2018 by

by Rod Anderson, Christian Post: Feminism, in all of its forms since the sexual revolution of the 1960s, hasn’t liberated women but has instead attempted to eradicate the nature of womanhood in favor of a type of androgyny in which women function more like men, says Julie Roys, author of...

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Sweden’s Sexual Assault Crisis Presents a Feminist Paradox

Dec 18, 2017 by

by Paulina Neuding, Quillette: Sweden prides itself on being a beacon of feminism. It has the most generous parental leave in the developed world, providing for 18 months off work, 15 of which can be used by fathers as paternity leave. A quarter of the paid parental leave is indeed used by men,...

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Severing the Ties That Bind: Feminism, Women, the Family, and Social Institutions

Nov 18, 2017 by

by Elizabeth Fox-Genovese, The Imaginative Conservative: On the whole, at the opening of the twenty-first century, Western women enjoy a power, education, and privilege unprecedented in human history. And much of this unprecedented power and freedom has resulted from women’s political activism on...

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Who will stand up to this feminist abuse of power?

Nov 14, 2017 by

by Niall McCrea, The Conservative Woman: […]  Today, identity politics is all the rage. As nobody in authority dares to confront the stridently subversive demands of transgenderism, for example, agitators gain ground by stealth. Social conservative politicians (i.e. backbenchers) find that...

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Feminism and gay marriage have poisoned the C of E

Nov 13, 2017 by

By Jules Gomes, TCW: When the Anglican priest John Wesley was drawing huge crowds with his preaching and becoming a real pain in the Church of England’s posterior, the hierarchy called a meeting to discuss how to silence him. The envious clergy floated a number of proposals but realised that none...

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