Thursday, September 18, 2008

“The End of Feminism”

From Catholic Exchange:

"While hysteria swirls around Sarah Palin, wife and mother of five, everyone would benefit by taking a large step back from the pandemonium in order to better perceive what is really happening. Her supporters rightly point to her affirmation of life and her ability to juggle family with wider commitments as the cause of a nearly unhinged backlash from liberals, but this is wide of the true mark. The actual cause of international outrage is not her motherhood, but the fact that she does not reject fatherhood. ...more

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Virginia Harris said...

Let's Hear It for the Ladies Who Brought Us the 19th Amendment and the Women's Vote!

The many opinions of Governor Palin are proof that women can and do diverge on important issues.

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Gretchen said...

What a great post, thanks. I was so touched by the comments, especially by the one from Doris.

Incidentally, I noticed the strange comment from 'virginia harris.' If she's the Virginia Harris that used to be on the board of directors of the Christian Science Church, I would pass on the link she is touting. I do know that during her tenure as chairman of the board of the CS church, she was really big into the whole history of the suffragettes. I also notice that there's no opportunity on that website to learn about who puts it out, what it's ultimately about, etc.