Why Isn’t Sexual Slavery a Feminist Priority?

Jul 14, 2016 by

by Keiran Harris, Quillette: That Nadia Murad’s #StandforYazidiWomen campaign hasn’t captured the attention of Western feminists is an appalling oversight. Some of the most popular feminist topics on Twitter last year included equality for public nudity, sexism in the tech industry, and racial diversity for Oscar nominations. Yet the topic of global sexual slavery brings a scarcely believable absence of attention. The Yazidis, viewed as devil worshippers by their captors, were overrun by ISIS...

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Church under pressure to highlight discrimination against women

Jul 9, 2016 by

by Harry Farley, Christian Today: Pressure has come on the Church of England to highlight any discrimination against women within its hierarchy and leadership structures. Women and the Church (WATCH), a fringe group on the Church’s synod, has called for a wholesale “gender audit” to expose “any under-representation” at all levels of the Church hierarchy. The systematic review of all committees and bodies that make behind-the-scenes decisions within the Church aims...

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Feminism poisons relations between men and women

Apr 12, 2016 by

by Belinda Brown, The Conservative Woman: In Saturday’s blog I explained how a feminist politics was undermining women’s and families’ interests, contributing to a top heavy political system and eroding participatory mechanisms. Today I will explore what we should do about this. First, politicians should be held more accountable to us, becoming less loose cannons ever ready to inflict their latest policy whims on us, and more like cogs in our political machine. We need to focus on the...

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The State has become the forbidding guardian of the family

Apr 11, 2016 by

by Belinda Brown, The Conservative Woman: Many detractors rightly see links between feminism and Marxism. However, because feminists attach such importance to the workplace, feminism has actually become the handmaiden of capitalism in its rawest form. As feminists have prioritised participation in the workplace over family and the community their ideology has been easily co-opted into the government’s economic concerns. As feminism has become ever more deeply embedded in government so it has...

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Feminists have lowered the status of women

Mar 14, 2016 by

by Laura Perrins, The Conservative Woman: Third wave feminism was always driven by an elite group of women who not only sought high status positions of power and prestige until then held by men, but also crucially denigrated traditional maternal roles that could only be carried out by women. This has been disastrous for women. It is silly to think that feminism was about getting women to work. Women had worked outside the home prior to, during and after the Industrial Revolution. What it was...

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Threats Of Drafting Women Reveal The Lies Of Equality

Feb 8, 2016 by

By D.C. McAllister, The Federalist: Three candidates were exposed in the GOP debate Saturday night for falling for political correctness when they said women should be required to register with Selective Service, which means our daughters would be drafted along with our sons in time of war. Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, and Chris Christie each supported registering our daughters when asked about recent changes in Department of Defense policy regarding women in combat. The other candidates were not...

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