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Feminism, Like The Public Sector Unions Are A Dying Art.


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Its been said that the Feminist movement, started in the late 60's by radical leftist was a movement created for Ugly women to project some power. I don't know abt that, BUT, the feminist movement carried a banner for Equal treatment of women in the work place, and I think thats its success story. The Gloria Alreads, Nancy Pelosi's, Hillary's, and the Bra burning Brood that thrash's out even today are a warped persona of their once, intricate movement.

Now, its all politics, as are the Unions, who had their days to add and shine. Child labor laws were bad in the 20's and 30's, and with the rise of the movement, good efforts were made to demand safer work enviro's, better wages and insurance, but NOW, the heads of the Snakes, are as poisonious to the rest of the body as it is to the people they rub up against.

I knew the feminist movement was a sham when in the midst's of the sexual harrassment movement, the 90's, the President of the US was accused, proven to be, unapologetic, but still adored by those same feminist who screamed BLOODY murder over a supposed slight by a conservative black supreme court justice. Further proof is the discrimination of conservative women, Palin, Condi, etc.

I knew the Union hacks had lost power when they were out tricked by the NAFTA negotiations in the 90's and now we have Wisc. for further proof of their demise.

So, this leads me to this STORY abt the feminist outrage of the day. Seems Laura Bush, more so then even Sara Palin, can drive a steak(um) threw these blood suckers hearts. Seems this Brood is upset that Laura Bush would receive an award, although no such heart papilations were seen when Pelosi, hillary and other leftists were awarded the same. This Brood mair says, "its not politicalllllllll". Yea right.

So, maybe this gal does prove the the feminist movements for Ugly women to voice their Power.

Feminists Fume Over Laura Bush Award... YIKKKESSSSS

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Many have asked whether Sarah Palin is a feminist. This brings to the forefront the lively debate among women of faith about whether secular feminism, in its ideal sense, can be a vehicle for the beautiful truths about authentic femininity. Sincere and admirable women have taken both sides of the issue, whose primary component seems to be semantics. Some find the word “feminism” so burdened with misunderstandings that it takes too much time to unburden it; others demand the right to use the word in its purest sense out of principle.

The National Organisation for Women (NOW) has tipped its hand in this debate since the success of Sarah Palin in the national arena. Truly, she seems to have embodied their long-standing mission statement, “Our purpose is to take action to bring women into full participation in society-sharing equal rights, responsibilities and opportunities with men, while living free from discrimination” This ripe claim worked as long as Hillary Clinton was in her ascendancy, but the reality of applying it to the Republican vice presidential nominee rankled NOW to its core, and their keyboards must have overheated.

The result was a hot new mission statement, parading down the feminist runway: “NOW works to end discrimination and harassment in the workplace, schools, the justice system, and all other sectors of society, secure abortion, birth control and reproductive rights for all women.” This new creation — wobbling on shaky syntax and wrapped in a hasty cobbling of goals — nevertheless reveals the feminist view of men, who discriminate, impregnate and otherwise harass women as a matter of course. The veil is dropped, revealing more clearly their Marxist dialectic: the new oppressors are men (who make motherhood possible); therefore women must control the means of reproduction as a weapon to free themselves.

http://catholicexchange.com/%E2%80%9Cthe-end-of-feminism%E2%80%9D/

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