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Chapter 14 (v.1) - How Feminism is the Death of Femininity

Submitted: December 13, 2011

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Submitted: December 13, 2011



How Feminism is the Death of Femininity

It is tragic how so many women today are denied a worthy purpose for their lives. On the one hand, the media tells young girls that the only thing which matters is their physical appearance, and that their intelligence and moral character is irrelevant. On the other hand, "feminism" and the "women's rights" movement tell girls that the only way they can be someone worthwhile is by having a high-paying job and earning a lot of money. Unfortunately, the power and wealth which so-called "feminists" long for are ultimately, in and of themselves, completely worthless. They are no more meaningful than the breast implants, makeup and high-healed shoes which "feminists" do so greatly resent. In the end, the only thing which matters in life is what you do to benefit other people. Furthermore, nature has given women this wonderful, magnificent privilege of being the nurturers and caretakers of life. Women have the ability to bring forth life, and to nurture that life in ways which men could only begin to imagine. Why are women so jealous of men who have power and material wealth? Power and wealth are useful tools for doing many things, but if someone has nothing else to live for, their life is altogether worthless! Family is ultimately far more important than power and money. Power and money are useful tools to help one to care for one's family, but that is ultimately all that they are: tools. They are not worthy ends in and of themselves. Both women and men desperately need to learn this. My hope is that if men can come to understand that family is more important than money, they will then be able to respect and appreciate women who place their families ahead of their careers, rather than considering such women to be social parasites as so many men do consider them today. Perhaps then women would be able to understand just how wonderful and beautiful they are as women, and would therefore not feel this jealous, spiteful urge to usurp the role of men in every possible way.

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