Feminists like Valenti are attempting to usurp the true definition of feminism via any means possible and write their own rules in the process. They are attempting to make clear to all women that if you don’t fit neatly into a politically and socially progressive box, then you are not welcome. You are not a feminist. Your voice doesn’t count.
Illinois’ ostensibly Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner alienated his base when he signed one of the most extreme abortion expansion laws in history.
The Left prefers to focus their outrage on those who dare to compare the horrors of the Holocaust to the practice of abortion. But this is simply a diversion meant to distract people from the ultimate consequences of their agenda.
At a time when “fake news” has become everyone’s favorite catch phrase, perpetuating misinformation in order to further the harmful agenda of leftist feminists isn’t helping anyone, least of all the women who walk away from these stories believing the world is out to get them simply because they are women.
For all the women who, like me, plan to work on a #DayWithoutAWoman, here’s a sample letter you can distribute on March 8.
Just imagine what good could be done if these women did something constructive with their time instead of marching, striking, making colorful signs, and dressing up as vaginas.
It’s a shame that Scary Mommy decided to taint the subject of motherhood—an empowering experience that unifies a diverse group of women—with divisive and vitriolic political commentary.
Audi is the latest in a lineup of companies attempting to pander to the progressive narrative. During the Super Bowl, the German car company aired a commercial that is incorrect in its assumptions and downright harmful in its message.
I thought people who are pro-life are extreme, religious zealots who want to send us back to the dark ages of back-alley, hanger-wielding abortionists. I wanted to be taken seriously and seen as reasonable. So, of course I was for abortion. That is the reasonable position. Right? Not so much…