The Real War on Women


The aggressive moment of feminism is overwhelming. While only 1/5  of Americans identify as feminist in this manner, their whines are heard more loudly than the cries of actual oppressed women.
Huffington Post

I would never label myself in the category of this 20%. In fact, I go in as much to place myself in the category of women who are disgusted at the new Feminist Movement.

I am not talking about the women who fought for our right to vote, or the right to work the same jobs as men. These women are admirable. In the midst of WW2, these women supported their men fighting for freedom and were represented by the iconic Rosie the Riveter (who I have been the past two year for costume parties).


I am talking about the women who will cry inequality all day long and yet remain silent about women being sold into slavery. Where when a man laughs ‘it costs more for a girl with blue eye’ is worse than ‘cat-calling’.  The cost might be as little as $12 for a girl, while The New Feminist Movement is upset over false facts like being paid less than men. The Washington Examiner

Where is the cry for their equality?
There is so much freedom in America for women and men. We all have the same written to right to complain about things that we don’t like
(1amendment).  Islamic states have official documentation too; how to practice owning a women.

‘Where is the international operation to free them?’


I agree with Madeleine Albright when she said: “There is a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women.”

By Brittany Swieneicki
Christian Patriots

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