Thursday, September 09, 2010

Horrific legacy of feminism

Neglect, abuse, and just being ignored. This was Rebecca Walker's life.
Now she's everything her mother isn't; a happy mother to a son who luxuriates in his mother's love.

 Renowned author of The Color Purple, Alice Walker was an abominable mother. Why?
Radical feminists reject their children, considering them parasites. Margaret Sanger neglected her poot little daughter so badly she died of pnemonia. Rebecca Walker raised herself, and now enjoys motherhood despite the best efforts of her mother to dissuade her. When her grandson was born, Alice Walker cut Rebecca out of her will. And they haven't spoken since.
Rebecca says,
I was raised to believe that women need men like a fish needs a bicycle. But I strongly feel children need two parents and the thought of raising Tenzin without my partner, Glen, 52, would be terrifying.


As the child of divorced parents, I know only too well the painful consequences of being brought up in those circumstances. Feminism has much to answer for denigrating men and encouraging women to seek independence whatever the cost to their families.

My mother's feminist principles coloured every aspect of my life. As a little girl, I wasn't even allowed to play with dolls or stuffed toys in case they brought out a maternal instinct. It was drummed into me that being a mother, raising children and running a home were a form of slavery. Having a career, travelling the world and being independent were what really mattered according to her.


This is the legacy of the author of the book the librarian of my daughter's former high school is pushing.
A Catholic girls high school, taught by nuns in full habit, who foolishly trust a liberal librarian. She tells the girls not to read the lesbian scene on page 47. (Don't worry, they can find it by the creases in the page.)
Such a shame that what could be a good Catholic school has such teachers corrupting young women.
And entire generation of women have been devastated by the angry women of the 1970's.
Feminism is an experiment with disastrous consequences. And women bear the brunt of them.
Read the entire article here.

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1 comment:

Joanne Amos said...

Very interesting. God Bless you and thank you for sharing.