Longform Essay – Why Does the False Pretext of “Equality” Diminish, Rather Than Increase, the Value of Women?

It's the Women, Not the Men!

EqualityWhen the non-Christian, radical, second-wave feminists invented the need for “equality” between the sexes, in the late 1960s and early 1970s, they were NOT the least bit interested in attaining full “equality” for women, but rather were more interested in seeking vengeful inequality for men.

This first group of second-wave feminists were hateful women bent on destroying the perceived dominance of men within our society. They mistakenly proclaimed that the power men wielded in business, academia, military, organized religion, judiciary, politics and at home was totally at the expense of women. This irrational conclusion stemmed from their personal experiences, while being raised in non-Christian households, where men reigned supreme and women were whining doormats.

In their misguided efforts to balance the playing field, within their own private worlds, they began a  rampage against men in general, assuming that all men behaved as did their father, uncles and brothers. This, quite…

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