Skip to comments.Pornography, Sexual Predation: Women Fall Prey To Radical Feminism's Dark Agenda
Posted on 04/18/2009 11:07:57 PM PDT by Daniel T. Zanoza
Well, they wanted it all and they got it all. Since the 1960's, radical feminists have been telling American women they needed to be more like men. Women were told they needed to be sexually liberated, like men. Women were told they could raise a family on their own, have a career and, basically, have it all, like men.
The sad result of this mantra has led to some societal ills that will probably never be reversed. "No fault divorce" has vastly increased the number of single-parent households which has led to a multitude of children who, essentially, raise themselves.
At the same time, sexual promiscuity and violent crime has gone up exponentially among women.
But perhaps the most telling result of the feminist plan to re-engineer American society can be found in statistics which reveal many more women are now addicted to pornography than in years past. Also, the recent rash of female school teachers having sexual relationships with school children has reached epidemic proportions. Stories of educators having inappropriate sexual contact with children as young as 11 years old ...
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It is so true, one sin moves another moves another, it’s like dominoes.
Or potato chips.
What do you think of this?
Denim Day in LA 2009
Peace Over Violence is proud to present the 11th Annual Denim Day in LA 2009, a campaign to raise awareness and educate the public about rape and sexual assault. This year it is Wednesday April 22, 2009.
I told people at work I don’t own any denim shirts, so I won’t be able to participate this year!
Why is it we can’t educate about not putting yourself in the position to be assaulted?
I think that rather than promoting denim as a magic talisman against rape, people opposed to rape should wear a holster. If possible, with a firearm to protect oneself, if not possible, empty as a protest against those who insist that women be unarmed victims.
Yes, potato chips come to mind :)
That is the key to most of the social problems that we are facing.
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