feminism

Feminism’s Experiment Against Common Sense

George Neumayr, The American Spectator

Feminists defend and celebrate women who turn themselves into sexual objects, then forbid men from treating them as ones. Feminism calls for men to “control themselves,” but reserves the right to maintain an outrageously immodest culture — and to send out its commissars to crush anyone who notices the contradiction.

Harvey Weinstein and the Death of 'Feminism'

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

While no one can characterize Weinstein as anything but a pig, the various women now coming out of the woodwork to report his repellent behavior (with more undoubtedly to come) are not exactly the purest people on the planet either. Unless they had IQs in the low 70s, these women knew full well in advance what they were getting into when they came to Hollywood and, specifically, when they went to work either as actresses or employees for Harvey Weinstein.

If Ivanka Trump Were A Democrat, She’d Be A Feminist Hero

Nicole Russell, The Federalist

If anything, Ivanka should be a beacon of feminist light, a nepotism recipient just like the relatives of presidents before her, and a person whose security detail causes as much ruckus as former President Obama’s does. It seems asking the media to treat liberals and conservatives equally is pretty much a futile request. As a substitute, perhaps the media and Left can simply identify why they treat so duplicitously a woman who’s not even a conservative?

Feminism’s Dreadful Life Advice

Heather Wilhelm, National Review

If modern feminism were a person, it would be that slightly shady high-school friend who promises you epic times and a Ferris Bueller–style daytime cocktail cruise if you skip school — but when you show up, there are no cocktails, no fun of any kind, and everyone sits around complaining about the patriarchy until you all get arrested because you’re actually sitting on a stolen boat.

True Feminism Means Skipping the Women’s March on Washington

Brynne Krispin, CNS News

Feminism encourages women to think for themselves — get the facts, use our brains, and make smart decisions. So why should we show up to march? According to the logic of the organizers for the Women's March, simply because we're women. This dumbs us down to one-dimensional human beings; it is the exact opposite of feminism.

Trumped-Up Outrage

Heather Mac Donald, City Journal

Either women are the same as men or they’re not. It is particularly galling to see the selective resurrection of Victorian values from the same crowd that has been pushing transgender locker rooms on the world, in an effort to destroy the last shred of girls’ innate sexual modesty.

Who Killed The American Family?

My friend Phyllis Schlafly's new book, Who Killed The American Family?, is essential reading for anyone who wishes to not only preserve the family as the basic and most important building block of society, but as the basic bulwark of liberty itself. And, as the only book we have seen that connects the dots between the causes and cures for what is killing the American family, it is also essential reading for any politician who wishes to govern according to conservative principles.

Pentagon’s Surrender to Feminism

Pat Buchanan, WND

Putting women in combat is the ultimate sell-out to the nonsensical political correctness of our age.

Remember the Wonder of Men

Karin Agness, American Thinker

On Father’s Day, we remember to celebrate those dads who are working hard to help their kids.