UN Women Calls Families “Dark” Place for Women

Jul 11, 2019 by

by Susan Yoshihara, C-Fam: Are divorce, cohabitation, same sex marriage, out of wedlock birth and adolescent sex good for women? The latest report from UN Women considers them “a positive reflection of women’s empowerment.” UN Women calls family life “an ambivalent space for women and girls.” “Families can have a darker side: they can be places of violence and discrimination, spaces where women and girls are often denied the resources they need, where they sometimes eat least and last and...

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The misery of the post-#MeToo workplace

Jul 10, 2019 by

by Joanna Williams, spiked: Myths about rampant sexual harassment have led to calls to police everyday interactions. Feminism has become boringly predictable. Campaigns to close the gender pay-gap were always more likely to result in big pay rises for female television presenters and company directors than for women who work in care homes or supermarkets. #MeToo was only ever going to lead to a huge rise in the number of women claiming to have been sexually harassed at work. So news that there...

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Help! I can’t read Bad Penny’s gender equality roadmap

Jul 5, 2019 by

by Caroline ffiske, The Conservative Woman: IN her role as Minister for Women and Equalities, Penny Mordaunt has set out her vision for ‘gender equality in the UK’ with the publication of ‘Gender equality at all stages: A roadmap for change’. Talk about reinforcing the notion that women are victims. Her press release announces: ‘This inequality is faced at every stage of a woman’s life – from how she is treated in the classroom, to the caring roles she often takes on, and the lack of savings...

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Feminism Was Women’s Great Enemy — Until Transgenderism Came Along

Jun 14, 2019 by

by Jules Gomes, Church Militant: I was three years old when man landed on the moon. I can still picture the scene. My parents were glued to the wireless. Our flat in Bombay was abuzz with the elation of the event. My parents made sure I learned the names of the three astronauts — Neil Armstrong, Edwin Aldrin and Michael Collins. Finally, man had conquered outer space. My father, who thought it was his duty to educate me in Greek mythology, sat me down and told me the story of Icarus, comparing...

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Why won’t men marry? Because they don’t want to

May 13, 2019 by

by Laura Perrins, TCW: WHO killed or is killing marriage and the family? This is quite a hot topic amongst conservatives right now so I have decided to stick my oar in. Tucker Carlson blames, to some extent, the market and its disruption of the male wage. Conservatives have always had an uneasy relationship with the free market and capitalism as the free market is the great disruptor. This is why conservatives take what is sacred out of the market completely – some things are not for sale....

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When feminists destroy the sacredness of sex, rape becomes just another crime

May 7, 2019 by

by Anthony McCarth, LifeSite: The BBC News headline read, “United States dilutes UN rape-in-war resolution.” In 2001, the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia convicted three Bosnian Serb soldiers of crimes against humanity for their role in the rape and enslavement of women and girls. This was the first time a U.N. criminal tribunal had specifically prosecuted (as opposed to merely recognized) rape as a crime against humanity. Rape is an especially wicked crime. It brings...

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