Why Feminists Feel Threatened by the Family

According to Merriam-Webster, the first use of the word feminism happened in 1893. It didn’t come into everyday use until about 1970, shortly before the disastrous Roe v. Wade decision. Its definition is relatively simple – “the theory of the political, economic, and social equality of the sexes.” The word “equal” is easy to use, … Read more

Three Reasons Why the 2020 Women’s March Failed

This year’s Women’s March had everything going for it. An election year, the impeachment of a pro-life president and growing polarization over abortion should have served to energize the angry feminist minority. However, the March with the theme, “Women Rising,” might have been better themed “Numbers Falling.”  Less than 10,000 showed up for the January 18 … Read more

The Failure of ‘Absolute’ Equality


The other day I opened a news magazine. The mannish face of a young woman stared at me from the glossy page. It was one of those faces that one could describe as almost handsome even though it was a woman’s. Yes, handsome was certainly the adjective; not beautiful or pretty, but handsome. The jaw … Read more

Women’s March Feminists Brawl Over Who is More Equal

Identity politics requires each constituent group to be politically unified. In this way, activists can claim to speak in the name of a given oppressed identity group. Feminism has always had a problem with this unity. The woman’s movement claims to represent all oppressed women everywhere. However, Christians, pro-life women, homeschooling mothers, and other women … Read more

Lady Day, March 8th — “Pure Goodness at Work!”

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“The level of any civilization is the level of its womanhood.” -Archbishop Fulton Sheen Social agitators — the same who marched on Washington, DC last month in the much publicized and shockingly vulgar Women’s March — are at it again. “A Day Without Women” general strike is planned for March 8, National Women’s Day, asking women to stay home from work to show support for … Read more