Sunday, July 23, 2006


This update focuses on feminism. This radical ideology has largely been rejected by the American people, but it continues to be promoted through schools and government.

Phyllis Schlafly exposes feminists' war against men.
Schlafly discusses how feminists use title nine to advance their agenda.
Schlafly explains what's wrong with the violence against women act.
Schlafly shows how government attacks fatherhood.
Ivy Sellers destroys the nonsense of a "wage gap".

1 comment:

PatZ said...

Since this is the blog from a university, I assume that everyone here is aware that there are more than twenty sub types of feminism, radical feminism being only one.
Calling an ideology that has strived for years to being equality to both genders radical is not only presumptuous, it is close minded.
Surely you must be aware that a growing percentage of Americans, and the populations of the international community who see how the United States is governed feel that the Republican Right is also radical in its ideology.
Let's assume that there are two types of Republicans, moderate and conservative. There is a 50% chance that you would be 'radically' conservative.
With over twenty sub types of feminism, that drops the possibility of a feminist being radical to around 5%.
Who's radical now?