My husband, Isaac, has posted an interesting article by atheist feminist Camille Paglia. It is saddening to see how the depraved world can so clearly see what Sarah Palin is doing to "make strides for feminism", yet the church remains blind to it.
Will we not take into consideration just how this new brand of feminism will affect our sons and daughters? And which truly is the lesser of two evils... a continuation into Socialism, or a continuation of the church into Feminism? I'm sure I'll step on a few toes here, but I believe that the church should be more concerned with the takeover of Feminism. Don’t get me wrong, we need to be concerned about Socialism, but not at the expense of the purity of church doctrine concerning our roles as women. I believe electing Palin will do more to advance feminism in the church, than electing Obama will do to advance socialism in our country. (Remember, we do have a balance of powers here in the U.S.) :)
Go check out the article!
"I just came across this article by noted feminist and atheist, Camille Paglia. I found it very interesting that she came to the same conclusion that I did in my earlier post (RNC Day 3: A Historic Day) where I stated that “feminism changed”. Most of her article is filled with ramblings... but here are a few excerpts where she discusses Sarah Palin and how she has/is changing feminism as we know it.“A beady-eyed McCain gets a boost from the charismatic Sarah Palin, a powerful new feminist -- yes, feminist!”“Conservative though she may be, I felt that Palin represented an explosion of a brand new style of muscular American feminism. At her startling debut on that day, she was combining male and female qualities in ways that I have never seen before. And she was somehow able to seem simultaneously reassuringly traditional and gung-ho futurist."
Continue reading here.
Isaac also posted yet another article by Kathleen Parker;
"And they just keep coming... I was perusing today’s edition of USA Today on the plane ride home and read the following article by Kathleen Parker, syndicated columnist and conservative political commentator. And just as Camille Paglia noted in the article that I posted yesterday, Sarah Palin is changing the face of feminism. Although Mrs. Parker concludes that Mrs. Palin is just “correcting the perception of the quintessential woman”. As well, Mrs. Parker notes, as I did in my original post on this subject, that Hillary Clinton is no longer the face of feminism as we know it."
Read the full post here.