Modern Feminism’s Enemy: Womanhood

An interesting and insightful read here . . . .

Hommunism News

(source) Today’s feminists can’t abide that which makes women inherently different from men.

Women across the West are under attack. Our enemy is not the infamous “patriarchy,” allegedly scheming to undermine us at every turn. Nor is it pregnancy, with its physical discomforts and emotional tribulations. Even children are blameless here, no matter how much their arrival can shift careers or thwart travel plans.

Progressive Feminism’s real hatred is for womanhood itself

No, the culprit is progressive feminism, a movement whose very existence depends on holding women in contempt. Modern-day feminism has succeeded in a spectacular charade, masquerading as a great champion for women while spewing antipathy for men and groaning over the burden of children. But at its core, its real hatred is for womanhood itself.

According to the narrative that has dominated feminist discourse since the 1960s, women are weak until we strike out every feminine…

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  1. Agree.

    Interestingly, Joan Didion (of all people, if you know who she is) wrote an essay with a similar thesis: ‘The Women’s Movement,’ in ‘The White Album.’ Modern feminism is an attempt to evade adult womanhood.

  2. Women need to bite, claw & hair pull their way back to their traditional place in society. Feminism, in any of its forms, only wants to convince woman that they “need to be free.” Free from what? Motherhood, love & the protection of men? Without both sexes fully engaging in building civilization our race will die, and that’s exactly what they want.

    1. Yes, that is true. Sadly, society at large sends women the message that if they are not earning a salary in a big corporation they are somehow less worthy or of less value as women. Women who stay at home to raise their children ought to be valued for what they do. Let men be the bread winners.

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