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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Feminist bullies and the pernicious myth that sexual morality is just about ‘consent’

Nov 24, 2015 by

By Belinda Brown, Mailonline: Pity today’s male undergraduate, tasked with navigating his way through the thorny thicket of university gender politics. For surely Oliver Cromwell himself, history’s most notorious puritan, would have admired the zeal of the new generation of self-styled feminist campaigners, with all their fury over perceived grievances. The latest target of their rage is George Lawlor, a second-year politics and sociology student at Warwick University, who dared to question...

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Greer delivers lecture despite abuse from pro-trans students

Nov 20, 2015 by

From The Christian Institute: Feminist author Germaine Greer has delivered a lecture at Cardiff University, despite receiving abuse from students for her view that men who undergo a sex change are not women. Greer was invited to give a lecture on women’s rights, but last month some students started a petition saying her views had “no place in feminism” and called for the event to be cancelled. The author, who originally said she would not attend, spoke to a packed audience of 450 people on...

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African Women’s Solutions to War Clash with Feminists’ Agenda

Nov 5, 2015 by

By Rebecca Oas, C-Fam: When the UN Security Council adopted its latest resolution on the role of women in international peacebuilding and security last month, a familiar clash of opinions surfaced—among women. In particular, feminists driving the international policies are on opposite sides of women living in the realities of war-challenged areas. At a panel hosted by Liechtenstein, a well-connected feminist worried the emerging pro-family movement at the UN may conflict with her expectations...

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God as She is yet another feminist assault on masculinity

Nov 1, 2015 by

By Rob Slane, The Conservative Woman: It’s remarkable how long it took the church to realise that all those masculine pronouns used in the Scriptures to refer to God – He and Him – are merely arbitrary, and really the biblical writers could have gone either way with the Hes and Shes, Hims and Hers. What is all the more staggering is that you would have thought that some of the giants of church history – Ignatius, Polycarp, Origen, Athanasius, Tertullian, Augustine, Luther, Calvin, for...

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The disturbing (and bitterly ironic) story of how Germaine Greer is having her voice snatched away by feminist students

Oct 26, 2015 by

By Ruth Dudley Edwards, Mailonline: […]  As a young woman, I was happy to describe myself as a feminist, but it’s a label I have reluctantly come to reject. Like the majority of my female friends, young and old, I find those who now call themselves feminist a spineless, whingeing lot seemingly bent on claiming the very status of victims that Greer fought so hard to liberate us from. Most young men and women today take it for granted that they will have equal career opportunities and have...

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