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REAL CLEAR RELIGION

Culture, Christianity, Catholic Dogma & The Death Of The West

Culture, Christianity, Catholic Dogma & The Death Of The West

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A VICTIM OF SEXISM OR FEMINISM


Yesterday, I attended a different Catholic Church due to a schedule conflict. The gospel was on the woman who was found in adultery. Rather than take the opportunity to speak of the many aspects of hypersexuality in our culture, the priest spoke about discrimination against women by men. He stated that he was certain that all the women in the congregation at one time or another were a victim of sex discrimination.

His premise was fatally flawed. As a woman who became a lawyer and practiced law for several years, I can honestly say that I have NEVER felt discriminated against as a woman. Instead, I believe that at times, I received preferential treatment BECAUSE I was a woman.

The REAL abuse of women does not take place at the hands of males in the workplace. Instead, women suffer at the hands of other women through feminist lies. Everything I learned from feminists lacked wisdom, truth and was counter to Jesus' teachings. I learned selfishness, self-centeredness, hatred of tradition, that men were the enemy, that children were to be avoided and were "career killers".

A recent study proves that Feminism could also be bad for your health. From
Daily Mail:

"A study in Sweden, arguably one of the most egalitarian countries in the world, discovered that men and women who are equal are more likely to suffer illness or disability.

Those who earn the same are also more likely to become unwell or suffer a disability.

People who have management jobs, male or female, were also found to die younger than those with a less pressured lifestyle.

The scientists, from the Swedish National Institute of Public Health, said a possible explanation for the link between equality and illness is that men's health may be adversely affected by a loss of what had been seen as traditional male privileges.

They suggested that women's health could be damaged by greater opportunities for risky behaviour as a result of increased income combined with the stress of longer working hours.

The report said: "The results suggest an unfortunate trade-off between gender equality as we know it and public health.


Now, liberals will inevitably interpret these findings as proof that there is not enough equality- and we just need more. Liberals can't help but "reinvent the wheel" instead of heeding the wisdom of the ages.