Feminism

How Abortion Pills Upend the Politics and Practice of Abortion

By Rebecca Oas, Ph.D. | January 12, 2018 NEW YORK, January 12 (C-Fam) Since the dawn of the abortion movement, activists insisted that abortion should be solely the concern of a woman and her doctor. But as the method of abortion worldwide has shifted from surgery to medication, abortion... read more

Manhood Is Not Natural

CCI Editor's note: This is an excellent, "must read" article for all families, but especially families who are raising sons. Please follow the link to the full article. by Glenn Stanton, December 17th, 2017 Manhood is not natural, but it is essential. No society can endure if it does not... read more

Frock shock-horror: a Democrat woman mentions female decorum

Congress colleagues are left speechless at the idea women could dress to protect. By Carolyn Moynihan | Dec 14 2017 | “We were shocked, shocked,” Democrat sources told Politico (or words to that effect) after one of their Congresswomen, Marcy Kaptur, said that women in and around the... read more

Why Does the Left Hate Women So Much?

BY ELISE EHRHARD, NOVEMBER 8, 2017 I once took a Soviet film class where we were introduced to the brilliant propaganda of Sergei Eisenstein and the later films of “the thaw.” The “thaw” period in the Soviet bloc was marked by films that included elements or subjects no one would have... read more

Planned Parenthood vs. Little Girls

Sex-Selective Abortion in America by: John Stonestreet &  G. Shane Morris, Breakpoint, October 26, 2017 The worst form of discrimination against women in our time is one that is virtually ignored by feminists. The abortion industry has long billed itself as a champion of women’s... read more

Hurricane Harvey’s Men, Women, and Children

In crisis, strong men are no longer ‘toxic,’ women protect children, and children are innocent. By Ben Shapiro  — August 30, 2017 On Sunday, as images from Hurricane Harvey stunned the nation, one particular image stuck out for many Americans as indicative of the heroism of Texans in... read more

What the Google engineer got right in his manifesto

Once again, men and women are different, even at work. Carolyn Moynihan | Aug 10 2017 James Damore, who worked as an engineer at Google until he was fired two days ago, bears one of the most prominent, if not most villified names on the internet at present. Damore informally circulated a memo... read more

DOES THE CHURCH OPPRESS WOMEN ?

Is the Future “Female”? By Frederick W. Marks In a video shown at the Makers Conference in southern California this February, Hillary Clinton prophesied that “the future is female.” Since I am an historian by training, her words set me to thinking — not only about things to come,... read more

When the Most Destructive Words a Boy Can Hear Are ‘Be a Man’

By Suzanne Fields |Posted: Jul 28, 2017 Any woman could tell you that a good man is hard to find. Some men don't measure up to what a woman wants them to be. Some are coarse, profane, mean and other bad things. But most men are none of those things, and even bad apples in the right hands can... read more

The Pelvic Left Attacks an Innocent Woman

BY AUSTIN RUSE, JULY 7, 2017 Last Friday the leftwing blogosphere lost its mind over the appointment of a conservative Christian woman to a position in the Trump Administration, in this case, the US Agency for International Development (USAID).* This young woman is a mother who has stayed at... read more

The Half-Made Bed and the More Excellent Way

BY JENNIFER ROBACK MORSE, MAY 2, 2017 “The Personal is Political” was a slogan engineered by Marxist feminists of the 1960s and 1970s. Few people realized at the time exactly what that slogan entailed. “The personal is political” should have telegraphed loud and clear that these women... read more

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