Posted By LAF Editor on January 1, 2014
Editor’s Note: “Some” truth comes to the surface with in the feminist community. Things to consider while reading this article, natural law is subservient to moral law. Not all inventions promote a moral ethic. See the Recommended Resources below for the history of Birth Control. Homosexual women are repressing womanhood.
There’s a reason the text version of Camille Paglia’s opening statement at the Munk Debate, “Resolved: Men Are Obsolete”garnered 10K likes on Facebook and received more than one thousand comments at Time.com: it hit a nerve.
It was a nerve that needed to be hit, and Paglia did it beautifully.
Not only was her choice of words fitting, she delivered them with the perfect amount of exasperation.
America must revisit its distorted view of gender equality, implored Paglia, and start being fair to the other half of the human race.
Men’s success in fields such as medicine, engineering and technology have done more to liberate women from the constraints of their former lives than a busload of feminists could ever hope to do.
It’s time to stop pretending men are oppressors and to start recognizing the extraordinary contributions men have made to society.
Read the rest here.
BIRTH CONTROL: How Did We Get Here?
The Institutes of Biblical Law
The Best of the Witherspoon School of Law and Public Policy
Create in Me a Pure Heart: Answers for Struggling Women