We are letting feminists make a mockery of women in their abortion activism.
Tag: third wave feminism
An intersectional analysis should reveal the exploitative nature of prostitution and surrogacy, yet intersectional feminists support surrogacy for poor women as a means of earning livelihood and believe criticizing the sex trade is “exclusionary.”
We simultaneously tell young women they can be empowered through superficial choices and that they are perpetual victims. Neither is true.
What you wear has no bearing on whether or not you are a good man. Nor do pronouns in your bio signal anything beyond vapidity.
We label critics of pole dancing “slut shamers,” but why is there shame around women and the pole?
New York Fashion week saw Namilia designers collaborate with Pornhub to sell young women the lie that sexual objectification will liberate them.
Embed from Getty Images Lizzo, a performer beloved by the “YAS KWEEN” social media chicks, who proclaim to be about female empowerment, but can’t seem to imagine said empowerment happening in pants,…
I am never relieved when evil men die. Rather, I feel angry — ripped off. Those men never got their comeuppance. Today, a king among evil men died too soon. Just 24…
Under patriarchy, women have been groomed into a perpetual state of tolerance; today, “tolerance” has been taken up by certain feminists, making it impossible to define a set of collective values or assert shared goals.
After pressure from the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, Walmart removed Cosmopolitan from its checkout stands. Now, liberal feminists are defending the magazine as empowering for women.
Love magazine’s advent calendar teaches women that being “strong” means being objectified.
Women around the world are fighting back against male violence against women, but you wouldn’t know it, following mainstream feminist media.
It is no accident that, as we celebrate individuals rather than movements for radical change, Hugh Hefner has been hailed as the leader of the sexual revolution.
It is concerning that two events aimed primarily at women (that purport a connection to feminism) have partnered with lobby groups promoting prostitution as an empowered choice.
Girls today deserve more than what is being offered to them through popular feminism.