Friday, January 18, 2008

Feminazis - Putting women back in chains

Feminists often accuse the pro-life movement of being a bunch of men telling women what to do. Feminism is supposed to be about giving women equal rights with men. The first suffragettes, women like Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Alice Paul, etc., had to spend much of their time first convincing society that women could think for themselves and did not need to be told what to do by men. However today's feminists seem to want to portray the image that only the women who think the way they do are able to think for themselves. The rest of us are indeed what patriarchal societies for thousands of years portrayed us to be, poor, simpering creatures who need men to tell them what to do. I flatter myself that I am quite capable of thinking for myself and don't need anyone to tell me what to do.

Now, if you look at this situation objectively, you will find that, ironically, the feminists often seem to be the ones who are telling women what they should think. Perhaps because they are not men they think this makes it all right but I for one see no difference between a man telling a woman what she should think and do and a woman telling another woman the same thing.

The feminists should be encouraging us women to think for ourselves, to look at evidence, consider facts, become informed citizens. They should encourage us to have self-esteem, to value ourselves and our bodies. Instead they tell us to treat our bodies as trash as long as we use a condom. And if that doesn't work (36% of the time) they send you to get an abortion.

Feminists have trained today's females to treat their bodies like trash. They have trained us women to believe that unless we do as they tell us we are not thinking for ourselves (does anyone else catch the hypocrisy in that?). And finally they are denying hundreds of thousands of women the greatest right of women, the right to be a mother.

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