Cause and Effect Emma Watson/ Feminism edition

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Cause and Effect Emma Watson/ Feminism edition

Pro-LifeA bit of a hint to the Marx­ist Fem­i­nist groups. When your phi­los­o­phy looks like this as described by major fem­i­nist writ­ers used in Woman’s stud­ies text­books nation­wide as quoted by Robert Stacy McCain:

The biggest prob­lem with fem­i­nism, how­ever, is that its ide­ol­ogy dis­cour­ages mar­riage and moth­er­hood (see “Anti-​Marriage and Anti-​Motherhood: Feminism’s War Against the Fam­ily”). All fem­i­nism is ulti­mately anti-​male, view­ing men as ene­mies who per­pe­trate oppres­sion against women and ben­e­fit from unjust “priv­i­lege.” This makes it dif­fi­cult, if not impos­si­ble, for fem­i­nists to rec­on­cile their ide­ol­ogy with het­ero­sex­ual rela­tion­ships. Declar­ing that “mar­riage con­sti­tutes slav­ery for women” (Sheila Cro­nan, 1970), fem­i­nists have vowed “to destroy patri­ar­chal power at its source, the fam­ily” (Andrea Dworkin, 1974), con­demn­ing het­ero­sex­u­al­ity as the “sub­ju­ga­tion of women by means of a phal­lo­cen­tric sex­u­al­ity” (Denise Thomp­son, 1980) because het­ero­sex­u­al­ity is “a socially con­structed insti­tu­tion which struc­tures and main­tains male dom­i­na­tion” (Diane Richard­son, 2000). The fem­i­nist belief that mar­riage is “slav­ery,” that male-​female rela­tion­ships are char­ac­ter­ized by women’s “sub­ju­ga­tion” under “male dom­i­na­tion,” leads fem­i­nists to eschew such rela­tion­ships, and thereby forego any ben­e­fit they might derive from hav­ing hus­bands and families.

The end result is a larger pop­u­la­tion of the young women who grow up raised by par­ents who eschew your phi­los­o­phy and make clas­sic videos like this

and become “Planned Parenthood’s worst night­mare

Autumn, a 16-​year-​old girl who recently released a video com­men­tary on abor­tion, is elo­quent, direct, unafraid, involved, informed and smart.

She is, as the activist orga­ni­za­tion Stu­dents for Life said, Planned Parenthood’s “worst nightmare.”

Stu­dents for Life explains.

Autumn is in high school. She’s pas­sion­ately pro-​life. … This is what the next gen­er­a­tion looks like on the issue of abor­tion – and the abor­tion indus­try is going to have real prob­lems fac­ing that down.”

The orga­ni­za­tion con­tin­ued: “If we were Planned Par­ent­hood, we’d be ter­ri­fied of Autumn and the pro-​life gen­er­a­tion she rep­re­sents: an edu­cated, artic­u­late and pas­sion­ate one. A gen­er­a­tion that cares deeply about human rights, and the equal­ity of all peo­ple, which extends to the pre­born. A gen­er­a­tion that has suc­cess­fully incor­po­rated the mis­sion to help women fac­ing unplanned preg­nan­cies into main­stream pro-​life move­ment. … A gen­er­a­tion that is truly fear­less in the face of Planned par­ent­hood and their allies.”

This is not a sur­prise it’s sim­ple cause and effect, Stacy McCain again:

The more com­mit­ted a woman is to fem­i­nism, the less likely she is to have chil­dren, and vice-​versa, so that the fem­i­nist move­ment is at a dis­tinct demo­graphic dis­ad­van­tage vis-​a-​vis feminism’s opponents.

Or as Weird Dave at Ace of Spades HQ (hat tip due) who called this video “nine min­utes of pure, unadul­ter­ated, chrome wheeled, fuel injected, step­pin’ out over the line awe­some” put it

If chil­dren like this are our future, in a hun­dred years I really do believe that mankind will view abor­tion the way we view slav­ery today.

Or to put it another way, in twenty years there will be a lot more Autumns than Emma Watsons.

I sus­pect I will live just long enough to see it hap­pen, and be glad.


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Pro-LifeA bit of a hint to the Marxist Feminist groups.  When your philosophy looks like this as described by major feminist writers used in Woman’s studies textbooks nationwide as quoted by Robert Stacy McCain:

The biggest problem with feminism, however, is that its ideology discourages marriage and motherhood (see “Anti-Marriage and Anti-Motherhood: Feminism’s War Against the Family”). All feminism is ultimately anti-male, viewing men as enemies who perpetrate oppression against women and benefit from unjust “privilege.” This makes it difficult, if not impossible, for feminists to reconcile their ideology with heterosexual relationships. Declaring that “marriage constitutes slavery for women” (Sheila Cronan, 1970), feminists have vowed “to destroy patriarchal power at its source, the family” (Andrea Dworkin, 1974), condemning heterosexuality as the “subjugation of women by means of a phallocentric sexuality” (Denise Thompson, 1980) because heterosexuality is “a socially constructed institution which structures and maintains male domination” (Diane Richardson, 2000).  The feminist belief that marriage is “slavery,” that male-female relationships are characterized by women’s “subjugation” under “male domination,” leads feminists to eschew such relationships, and thereby forego any benefit they might derive from having husbands and families.

The end result is a larger population of the young women who grow up raised by parents who eschew your philosophy and make classic videos like this

and become “Planned Parenthood’s worst nightmare

Autumn, a 16-year-old girl who recently released a video commentary on abortion, is eloquent, direct, unafraid, involved, informed and smart.

She is, as the activist organization Students for Life said, Planned Parenthood’s “worst nightmare.”

Students for Life explains.

“Autumn is in high school. She’s passionately pro-life. … This is what the next generation looks like on the issue of abortion – and the abortion industry is going to have real problems facing that down.”

The organization continued: “If we were Planned Parenthood, we’d be terrified of Autumn and the pro-life generation she represents: an educated, articulate and passionate one. A generation that cares deeply about human rights, and the equality of all people, which extends to the preborn. A generation that has successfully incorporated the mission to help women facing unplanned pregnancies into mainstream pro-life movement. … A generation that is truly fearless in the face of Planned parenthood and their allies.”

This is not a surprise it’s simple cause and effect, Stacy McCain again:

The more committed a woman is to feminism, the less likely she is to have children, and vice-versa, so that the feminist movement is at a distinct demographic disadvantage vis-a-vis feminism’s opponents.

Or as Weird Dave at Ace of Spades HQ (hat tip due) who called this video “nine minutes of pure, unadulterated, chrome wheeled, fuel injected, steppin’ out over the line awesome” put it

If children like this are our future, in a hundred years I really do believe that mankind will view abortion the way we view slavery today.

Or to put it another way, in twenty years there will be a lot more Autumns than Emma Watsons.

I suspect I will live just long enough to see it happen, and be glad.


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