Let’s remember the women the world is without today given the policies and priorities the organizers of A Day Without A Woman promotes.
Many women aren’t striking today with progressive demonstrators, but continuing to serve their families. We all have our reasons, and one is that American women have it pretty damn good.
To say women should fight under one progressive feminist banner undermines the notion that women are independent actors, able to determine for themselves what is moral, just, and right.
Women’s strikers’ decision to hijack this day shows just how far out of touch they are with the more serious problems facing hundreds of millions of women worldwide.
Voyeurism is an enormous monster that lives in the shadows of our culture, continually nourished by advancing technology, pervasive pornography, and increasing opportunity.
Elizabeth Poe, who owns a yarn shop in Tennessee, isn’t backing down despite getting harassed and bullied for her decision not to sell yarn to make ‘pussyhats.’
I humbly ask more of the feminist movement—not just for the sake of womanhood, but for the sake of humanity.
Don’t just organize marches and rallies. We need to stop expecting Washington to solve our problems, and effect change ourselves.
While protesting might feel satisfying, it doesn’t accomplish a whole lot unless you’re willing to back it up with a lot of hard work and civic engagement.
Why can’t the elite media see that the fierce abortion debate dividing our nation represents not a war against women but a war between women?
These great matrons of the feminist movement could not fathom the idea of abortion as central to a ‘woman’s health’ and ‘reproductive rights’ when it fails to serve either.
Although she thinks a President Trump will turn back the clock 300 years, Linda Sarsour forgets that Islam never left the Middle Ages in its view of women.
Do most women really believe that guaranteed, unrestricted sexual choice is an unmitigated good? The facts seem to tell a different story.
The march’s website says ‘defending the most marginalized among us is defending all of us.’ There’s not a pro-life woman out there who would disagree.
Women’s rights are human rights. Except the baby humans—and other contradictions.
‘Saturday Night Live’ accidentally made conservative points about the failures of the feminist movement. Too bad organizers of the Women’s March on Washington aren’t paying attention.
These new bathroom policies, besides increasing government regulations, also require that every woman and girl get used to having men invade.
Transgender activists use questionable, even dangerous, tactics to advance their agenda—all the while putting women and girls at risk.
‘Good Girls Revolt’ tells the important story of the equal opportunity revolution. It perfectly captures the 1960s. But its sexual ethic is distorted and disheartening.
Pop culture tells women their empowerment and freedom comes from unlimited access to birth control and abortion. Nothing could be further from the truth.
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