Feminism: The 4th Lie Sold to Women and the Destruction of Mankind

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Strong male leadership, whether it be a husband leading his wife and children, managing a company or a nation, or teaching in schools or a church is under attack.

Women have been told that patriarchy is equivalent to oppression. The feminist movement has arisen to liberate women from this supposed state. They claim their movement is about equality between the genders, but to understand a group’s real agenda all you have to do is see if their words match with their actions.

Closeup of a woman's foot crushing man's head

A close examination of this movement reveals the truth: the goal of feminism is the complete domination and oppression of men. It’s about bullying men, competing with men, preferential treatment, stealing men’s authority, and wearing the crown of leader for themselves.

Feminism has reached their goal amoung many European nations. Just take a quick look at the couples around you today. Look at relationships between the sexes in your neighborhood, your job, your church, and you’ll see who’s really running the show: the women lead, and the men follow.

The roles have been reversed

As I said before, this is the work of Satan. He knows that when men are under the leadership of women, he gains control over her and him, and society becomes easier to destroy. I revealed fives ways the enemy uses women to snatch authority from men, and that wasn’t an exhaustive list.

The resistance

Thankfully, aside from the Saints of God, there is a movement of secular men and women who’ve decided not to participate in the perversion of the gender roles or the tearing down of each other.

Men who’ve awakened to this alien takeover have labeled their movement “MGTOW” (men going their own way). These men refuse to be led by women nor endure psychological manipulation and abuse from them.

And then some women have decided they’ll let men lead and affirm them while doing so. They support “equality” with men and realize the dangers of feminism. These women have labeled their movement “She For He” which is a counter to the movement called “He For She” which seeks to bring men into the feminist movement.

While both secular groups have their problems, these people are rejecting the feminist propaganda and returning to the traditional or biblical roles of men and women because they see the destruction of both genders due to feminism.

We’ve already discussed the state of men who’ve subjected themselves to women as a result of the lie of Satan, but in this article, I will be exposing the adverse effects of matriarchy on the soul and body of men and women in this society. But before we do that, we need to look at the history of feminism in the United States.

First wave of feminism

Feminism is a movement of waves (as they call them in the U.S.). The first wave started in 1848 through the Seneca Falls Convention which was held to address the condition of women. The convention was sparked when a wife of a Quaker preacher, another wife of a slavery abolitionist, and several other women were denied seating at the World Anti-Slavery Convention because of their gender.

The 1848 Seneca Falls Convention on Women’s Rights.

The Seneca Falls Convention resulted in the drafting of the Declaration of Sentiments which was like the Declaration of Independence. It stated things like, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men and women are created equal and endowed by their creator with certain inalienable rights …The history of mankind is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations on the part of man towards woman.”

The declaration went on to specify female complaints regarding the coverture laws, women’s lack of access to educational and professional careers, the status of women in churches, and women’s right to vote.

Thirty-two men and sixty-eight women signed that declaration which sparked more state and local conventions. Within that time, the women’s voting (suffrage) movement begun, and in 1920, the Nineteenth Amendment was passed giving all women in the U.S. the right to vote. The movement had won their first victory.

Commentary on the first wave

There are a few things I want to point out about this first wave. First, why was it wrong for women to be denied seating? I’ll explain later why this denial was perfectly fine at that time. But, perhaps, this is where the modern-day social practice of allowing a woman to take a man’s seat may have come from.

If that’s the origin, I will have to criticize this practice today. If women claim to be equal to men, they should stand-up and endure that long bus ride or speech, and wait just like everyone else.

Why should a woman be allowed seating over men? Perhaps it’s because women are the “weaker vessel,” as the Bible states (1 Peter 3:7)? If that’s the case, it makes sense: a female could get exhausted quickly from standing too long, and it would be undignified for her to sit on the floor.

But I see no record of women quoting 1 Peter 3:7 to justify a man giving up his seat for her because of her weakness. But today, if a man doesn’t relinquish his seat for the ladies, he’s considered a selfish person. I believe this mindset comes from the superiority complex that the feminist agenda has placed on our women—women deserve preferential treatment, doors opened for them, and more, just because they’re women.

Personally, while I’ve been trained to do such things without thinking about it, unless a woman is a family member, an elder, a single mother carrying infants, or handicapped, a woman should be expected to stand, open her own door, and wait just like anyone else. These women claim to want equality and be treated just like men, but expect special treatment—this is just one of the many contradictions in the feminist movement.

White abolitionists weren’t fighting for equality between races

Secondly, I want to bring out that many of the white abolitionists, while detesting the idea of slavery, still didn’t regard black people as equal. One leader in the movement said he was there to end slavery but not to bring equality among the races.

It’s also important to note that every wave of feminism has followed after black people campaigned to demand rights and respect. During the slavery abolition movement (1830 – 1870), white feminists arouse in 1848 to replace the cries of black people.

Later, between 1954 – 1968, we had Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr., and many other black organizations of the Civil Rights Movement cry for justice, equality and rights, but in 1963 the feminists jumped up again, and 3 years later the cries of black people were drowned out by the feminists.

Later, in 2013, the Black Lives Matter movement rose and coming right along to snuff out the protest of truly oppressed people were the feminists again with the Women’s March in 2017.

Women’s March 2017

Feminism has consistently been used to drown out the cries of blacks to further their agenda of male domination, abortion, and homosexuality (as I’ll expose later).

Thirdly, that brings me to another point about black feminism. No black woman should be a feminist. Feminism was started by white women who wanted the power of their white husbands and other white males in society. Black men, in general, have very little power in America due to the systems of racism and so it’s counterproductive to join a movement like this.

The black feminist is not only working with a group that despises her and is responsible for maintaining the systems today designed to destroy the black family, but she goes one step further to war against the black man when she should be supporting him. Now, she has become a two-fold tool to destroy the black family from within.

The coverture laws

I want to talk about the coverture laws the feminists were complaining about. Under coverture, the husband and wife were considered one person, and the head of that union was the husband in the eyes of the law. Therefore, all the wife’s personal and property rights and legal existence was suspended during the marriage and merged into that of the husband. Now, to me, that sounds like the first marriage setup:

22 And the rib, which the Lord God had taken from man, made he a woman, and brought her unto the man. 23 And Adam said, This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called Woman, because she was taken out of Man. 24 Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh. (Genesis 2:22-24)

Coverture was the legal expression of the godly one-flesh marital relationship. It turns out that America does has some roots in Biblical values. In God’s eyes, he sees the wife and husband as one-flesh joined together through the marriage covenant. God has also arranged the husband as head and leader of the household (Ephesians 5:23). Therefore, why should the wife have rights to property and other things when she belongs to and was made for, her husband? (1 Corintians 11:9) These coverture laws kept the family in order and together. But of course, the rebellious, independent, and proud spirit of feminism attacked that first.

When a wife has the ability to own her own property apart from her husband, this creates two people in authority contrary to God’s arrangement as the husband as the sole leader. As other laws were passed releasing wives from their husbands, it empowered women to compete with their husbands. Of course, I’m sure the coverture laws were exploited by “gold-digging” men and abusive husbands, but we still need to see Satan’s agenda. By dismantling the marital arrangement of God, he was giving the women more power and granting himself more control over America.

So, back to the men not allowing the women to sit at that conference. Those women didn’t need to sit down. The men were there to make the decisions, not their wives. The men were the leaders, and their wives were their helpmates. These wives had no say in what was going on, so why should they be there in the first place? These women should’ve been quiet, remained at home, and asked their husbands about the convention later (1 Timothy 2:11-12; 1 Corinthians 14:34-35).

The second wave of feminism

The second wave of feminism arrived in the early 1960’s. This wave used print to spread its ideology similar to the slave narratives which fueled the abolition movement—the pen is truly mightier than the sword.

The Feminine Mystique book coverIn 1963, a woman published a book called The Feminine Mystique in which she objected to the mainstream media image of women, stating that placing women at home limited their potential, and wasted their talent and possibilities.

The family image, specifically that of the housewife, which was strongly marketed at the time, the author wrote, “did not reflect happiness and was rather degrading for women.” The Feminine Mystique became the bestselling with over one million copies sold.

That same year, another woman, a journalist, went undercover as a Playboy Bunny at the Playboy Club and alleged the club was mistreating its waitresses to gain male customers. She said they exploited the Playboy Bunnies as symbols of male chauvinism. By 1968, the journalist had become an influential figure in the feminist movement and support for legalized abortion, and free daycares had become the two leading objectives for feminists.

The movement grew with legal victories such as the Equal Pay Act of 1963 which banned sex discrimination in employment allowing women to work outside the home. Then there was the Griswold v Connecticut Supreme Court ruling of 1965 which legalized birth control for married couples. In 1966, the National Organization for Women (NOW) was formed becoming the flagship of the feminist movement.

In 1967, an Executive Order extended full affirmative action rights to women. In 1968, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) illegalized sex-segregated help wanted ads, and they legalized no-fault divorce (although not legalized in all states until 2010).

In 1972, the Supreme Court case Eisenstadt v Baird legalized birth control for unmarried people. In 1973 the Roe v Wade Supreme Court case legalized abortion. In 1974 the Equal Credit Opportunity Act illegalized sex discrimination by creditors against credit applicants. Also in 1974 sex was added as a protected class under the Fair Housing Act, thus illegalizing sex discrimination in housing.

In 1974, the Women’s Educational Equity Act was enacted which criminalized marital rape in the United States and by 1993 marital rape became a crime in all 50 states. In 1978 the Pregnancy Discrimination Act was passed prohibiting sex discrimination on the basis of pregnancy.

A major disappointment of the second-wave feminist movement in the United States was President Nixon’s 1972 veto of the Comprehensive Child Development Bill of 1972, which would have provided a multibillion-dollar national daycare system for women.

Commentary on the 2nd wave

First of all, the author of The Feminine Mystique book was truly inspired by Satan. Her words mirrored the sentiments of Satan when he beguiled Eve in the garden. God told Adam and Eve not to eat from the tree because they would die, but Satan said:

“Ye shall not surely die: for God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.” (Genesis 3:4-5)

We see that Satan accuses God of lying and withholding secret knowledge from Eve. Satan tricked Eve into believing that she lacked something and God was to blame. Satan seeks to lead women away from contentment. He came along saying:

“You should have more. You can be greater than that. You don’t want to be barefoot and pregnant—being some man’s slave, do you? Don’t you want to climb the corporate ladder or build your own empire? Wouldn’t that be exciting?! Ditch that degrading man-made role as helpmate and chase your dreams!”

And multitudes of women have taken the bait. They flooded the workplaces, strived for the highest positions of power, became pastors and teachers over churches, and moved completely out of the will of God.

Public criticism of the book

Immediately after the book was published and even to this day, The Feminine Mystique has received a backlash of criticism. During that time, many women responded angrily to the book. Women who valued their roles as mothers and housewives interpreted the book as one that threatened their stability, devalued their labor, and disrespected their intelligence. In a letter to the editor, another woman wrote:

“All this time I thought I was happy, and a nice person. Now I discover I’ve been miserable and some sort of monster in disguise—now out of disguise—how awful!”

If women weren’t expressing personal offense at the author’s description of the housewife’s bondage, they were accusing her of planning to destroy American families. Another woman criticized, “If the mothers and wives took this advice, what would become of our children? Or better yet, the future of the world.”

The author has been criticized for focusing solely on the plight of middle-class white women and not giving attention to other races or poor women. This just goes to remind us that feminism is a white female movement—it’s not really about anyone else. It’s about white women grabbing the power of white men in America. Therefore, other women, especially black women, shouldn’t be fighting for matriarchy when they’re still oppressed by systems that white men and women (their so called “sisters”) still control.

Playboy Exposed

The undercover Playboy exposé was a setup. Out of all places, this is exactly the kind of environment that kind of behavior would’ve been found. The Playboy corporation is all about sexualizing women to entertain lust-filled, doggish men. Exposing it is like following street hookers around and noting how they’re being mistreated by their customers.

Hugh Hefner with London’s Playboy bunnies in 1969. Image credit: BBC News – In pictures: London’s original Playboy club.

These women signed up for these jobs. They weren’t forced into skimpy clothing, nudity or sexual services. They did it for money, and they got paid big bucks. Were they legitimately mistreated on some level? Yes! Of course, they will always be in that environment.

Ask any stripper who’s been doing it long enough, and she’s probably disgusted by most men. When women become objects to fulfill the insatiable lust of men, the response is always harmful. Yet, this had nothing to do with wives and mothers in the home, yet this Playboy behavior was appended to all men (husbands and fathers) as if they were these animals objectifying women and mistreating them within the homes too.

As feminism gets stronger, expect more women to wear fewer clothes.

Out of all the victories the movement had in the 60s to this day, a woman will still sell sex and get butt-naked for money. If the movement really cared about the sexualization of women, women in 2017 would be more modest in their apparel. But of course, it’s gotten worse—women today are wearing under-tights like pants in public.

Did you know that the bikini and all this sexual clothing were pushed by the women’s movement? See this video:

Feminists know that beauty and sex is a major tool of manipulation that gives women their control over men. Without it, most men would think twice about relinquishing their manhood and letting a woman rule them. So, as feminism gets stronger, expect more women to wear fewer clothes.

Gaining power every year

The 60s to mid-70s was big for the feminists. It’s almost as if each year they got a law passed or amended. They were on fire, but this was the rapid degradation of the society as we know it, and the men never saw it coming.

  • 1963 women could now work outside the home
  • 1965 they legalized birth control for the married
  • 1966 NOW was formed
  • 1967 women have full rights as men
  • 1968 they legalized no fault divorce
  • 1972 they legalized birth control for the unmarried
  • 1973 they legalized abortion
  • 1974 women get their own credit line
    • women can own homes
    • marital rape was criminalized

In 1974, they criminalized marital rape. While this was a good thing, a wife no longer had to honor her conjugal rights and could claim rape if he forced her to have sex with him. The Bible says:

3 The husband should give to his wife her conjugal rights, and likewise the wife to her husband. 4 For the wife does not have authority over her own body, but the husband does. Likewise the husband does not have authority over his own body, but the wife does. 5 Do not deprive one another, except perhaps by agreement for a limited time, that you may devote yourselves to prayer; but then come together again, so that Satan may not tempt you because of your lack of self-control. (1 Corinthians 7:3-5)

Unless a couple has both agreed to abstain from sex for a time, a husband or wife shouldn’t withhold sex from one another. I believe marital rape was criminalized so that a wife could withhold sex in exchange for control and the husband couldn’t do anything about it for fear of imprisonment.

While the law seemed to save women from abuse (or at least criminalize it), it also enabled some conniving women to manipulate their husbands by withholding intimacy.

Daycare

In 1972, women were denied the free daycare they sought after which was a good decision on the part of the president. Women had no business in the work field, and now they wanted someone else to pay for their child care expenses?! President Nixon basically said, “Ladies, if you want to work outside your homes, pay for your own daycare!”

If feminists got what they wanted, Americans would’ve been paying for it today both financially and healthwise. Children are best raised by their parents. But with all these women returning to work after giving birth and placing the child in the care of strangers, the natural order of the family was uprooted and the systems of God in place to grow a healthy child was disrupted.

Abortion

Why was it suddenly women’s desire to either prevent pregnancy or kill their babies? Well, with all the “freedom” women now have, the demands of a career, pregnancy and child rearing would get in the way of their goals. And of course, women enjoy sex, but babies tend to be the result, so once again, there needed to be some legal ways of preventing this.

Margaret Sanger and abortion is another reason why black feminists shouldn’t exist. Abortion was created to exterminate black children. Do your research.

Before this, the laws (rooted in biblical morality) prohibited birth control and abortion, but Satan changed that. Since 1973, the enemy of mankind has killed over 58,586,256 babies in America alone and 1,453,941,851 worldwide since 1980; and this is just based on the data released, the numbers are likely higher.

I’ve often heard women say they should have the right to choose what happens to their bodies. But their bodies are the property of God and so is their developing offspring (1 Corinthians 6:19-20). That baby has a right to life even if it’s living inside a mother who doesn’t love its life.

Abortion is murder and many women, after getting older, attempt to have children and find they can’t. It may be due to the spirit of murder they invited long ago, and the fact they haven’t repented of this sin against God.


As you can see with each year, Satan was slowly pulling the woman away from the home and family through the gain of independence.

The third wave of feminism

The third “flame” was ignited in 1991 by Anita Hill when she accused Clarence Thomas, a man nominated to the U.S. Supreme Court, of sexual harassment. Thomas denied the accusations, and after a televised debate, the United States Senate voted in favor of Thomas.

Clarence Thomas and Anita Hill
Clarence Thomas and Anita Hill

In my brief review of the case, my discernment suggests there was sin on both sides. Nevertheless, Anita’s loss was later highlighted one year later by American feminist Rebecca Walker who declared in an article, that she was the Third Wave of feminism.

Basically, in the eyes of feminism, Anita’s loss was just another example of how men can mistreat women and get away with it. Therefore, feminism was still necessary to vindicate and liberate women from oppression, especially in the workplace.

The singer Beyonce promoting feminism by posing as the woman in the “We Can Do It” poster.

In 1992 Rebecca Walker and Shannon Liss founded the Third Wave Direct Action Corporation, a multiracial, multicultural, multi-issue organization to support young activists. The organization’s initial mission was to fill a void in young women’s leadership and to mobilize young people to become more involved socially and politically in their communities.

Third wave feminists sought to question, reclaim, and redefine the ideas about gender, gender roles, womanhood, beauty, and sexuality, among other things. Many celebrity women supported the movement like Madonna, Queen Latifah, Angelina Jolie, Emma Watson, Beyoncé, and Lady Gaga.

Commentary on the third wave

Due to pressure from feminist groups, shortly after Clarence Thomas was confirmed as Associate Justice of Supreme Court, President George W. Bush dropped his opposition to a bill giving harassment victims the right to seek federal damage awards, back pay, and reinstatement. This Civil Rights Act provides for damages with limitations of $50,000 to $300,000, depending on the number of employees in the company involved.

One year later, in 1992, harassment complaints filed with the EEOC were up 50 percent. Companies also started training programs to deter sexual harassment. I remember the sexual harassment commercials as a teenager depicting a male boss with his hands on the shoulders of a female secretary. I remember signing a three-page sexual harassment policy when I got my first corporate job, and all this due to the work of feminism.

Boss put hands on secretary shoulder in officeWhile I’m sure women have been, and are, sexually harassed in the workplace, I see Satan’s move to, yet again, use the law to disempower men. Notice how complaints of sexual harassment went up 50%. Were all these legitimate? I’m sure some were, but you can bet that some claims were fabricated by women to get paid while destroying a man’s character in the process.

The third wave brought support and justice to women who were legitimately mistreated at work. But I can’t help but think if women had not been in the workplace to begin with, these crimes would’ve been significantly reduced. This is not an excuse for women to be harassed, but it goes to show all the intricate problems that came when women believed the lies of the enemy and rejected patriarchy.

Young, black, and sexually confused

In this third wave, I see how Satan made an effort to indoctrinate the youth, and this time, black women spearheaded this wave. Both Anita Hill and Rebecca Walker (of the Third Wave Direct Action Corporation) were African American.

One of the things, in particular, was the emphasis on female identity. A close examination of patriarchy and one can see that the wife or the daughter are part of the husband or the father—they have no identity. They are extensions of the man like branches of a tree. Even though women had all the rights of men at this time, they still wanted women to understand that they were separate from men. Saying that Hillary was Misses Bill Clinton was a sin. No, Hillary was her own person, not the wife or extension of her husband, Bill.

With this wave came a whole slew of other things, but mostly sexual liberty. This is why I believe the Black Lives Matter movement (an organization supposedly fighting for the justice and freedom of black people) include the LGBT community and supports feminism.

Black Lives Matter in Toronto
Black Lives Matter in Toronto

Feminism has had over 20 years from 1992 to pervert the black movement by making women’s struggle similar to the black struggle. It is not. I want to make clear: women’s condition was never one of oppression. Some women were oppressed, but not the entire sex.

Feminism has nothing to do with the black struggle.

White women never were hung from trees for the color of their skin, psychologically abused, stolen from their families, and forced to work as perpetual slaves for several centuries as our people were. But of course, a feminist would say a housewife is a slave.

Feminism has nothing to do with the black struggle. Both movements are contrary to each other. Black people are fighting to be free, while feminism is fighting to enslave men and maintain white supremacy over every non-white person.

Media propaganda

Along with so many laws altered to lure women away from their God-given roles, the media has been used to support the feminist agenda by making it appear as if this female leadership and dominance is normal. The message in media has become: “Women are just as capable as men. Anything a man can do a woman can do.”

Sports shows once anchored exclusively by men now accompany beautiful women in short, tight dresses, and high heels giving you their commentary and analysis on the league. Their presence serves to stimulate lust in men to weaken them for other women.

Cast from
Cast from “First Take” on ESPN

TV shows, movies, and books once dominated by males seen an influx of female leads. Women were no longer portrayed as wives who cared for their husbands and children. Women were no longer weak, damsels in distress in need of salvation, but independent, aggressive, sassy, leaders of entire groups of men and women. Most of the men in these fictional stories didn’t struggle with the idea of women leadership; to them, women were no different from men.

Examples of “strong” women in TV and movies

The Star Wars franchise has always displayed dominant, determined women, from gun-toting Princess Leia in the original series to Rey, in the later episodes. There’s even Jyn from Star Wars, Rogue One, a prequel to the original series, where she’s the only person with enough courage to go on a suicide mission to steal some schematics to destroy the Empire’s greatest weapon; all these fearful men had to be encouraged by her.

I can’t leave out black women. In the blaxploitation era, we were given the butt-kicking Foxy Brown played by Pam Greer.

The Star Trek franchise usually had male captains who explored the galaxy, but the Star Trek Voyager series took another route with a female. Along with her crew of explorers was an aggressive part human/alien (Klingon) woman who was in a romantic relationship with a “soft” white male.

Frankly, most of the men were softened to highlight the strength of the female captain. There was a stark difference between the men in the Star Trek Voyager series and the strong male leaders of other series like Star Trek, The Next Generation.

Ellen Ripley, in the movie franchise ALIEN, was another butt-kicking chick and the only survivor after her crew was killed by horrible insectoid aliens. She would continue to wage her one-woman war against the aliens in three more movies.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer was a show about a teenage girl and her friends that fought and killed vampires while attending high school. They often engaged in martial art style moves while stabbing vampires in the chest with wooden stakes. Within the series, many of her male friends came off as ” soft.” The series also introduced lesbianism.

We were given four years of the Hunger Games movies lead by Katniss Everdeen who fought the battle against a corrupt government and other females seeking power. At the end of the series, a female president was elected. Throughout the series, the leadership of women was seen as normal, but the men at times were shown as weak and needing rescue.

I can’t forget Sarah Connor in the Terminator movies, Alice in the Resident Evil movies, the bride in Kill Bill, the comic book character Wonder Woman, Black Widow in Marvel’s Avengers, and Tomb Raider’s Lara Croft, the first major video game where the lead was a woman. Male video gamers played five games as a woman shooting, fighting, and overcoming obstacles.

babe with gun

At this point in time, males have become comfortable seeing women fire guns twice their size and kick butt like men. The majority of the shows I mentioned were male-orientated entertainment because I wanted to expose the agenda. While there are many shows and movies geared to promote feminism to women (Sex and the City, where fornication, career over family, and treating men like garbage was glamorized), young males had to take the bait of feminism as well.

Males have seen women act like men on screen for over 50 years. Beautiful women kicking-butt, being aggressive, being masculine, being dominant, and being leaders over men has now been accepted as the norm.

Now we see why so many men don’t resist the leadership of women today. The media has perverted their minds through fictional stories.

But what about men in media?

If women can do anything on the small and big screen, do men maintain this advantage? Comics, movies, and TV still depict strong male leaders, but it’s through the sitcoms where men are being destroyed.

Sitcom dads are idiots. “On television shows, dads have been portrayed as incompetent dolts reflecting and encouraging a damaging attitude towards men and childcare,” says an article in The Atlantic.

A Washington Times report continued to expose this phenomenon saying:

“An analysis of 13 fathers in 12 recent TV sitcoms and their 699 interactions with their minor children showed that working-class fathers continued to be depicted less positively than middle-class fathers… Moreover, the one gay father studied was found to be overwhelmingly child-involved and didn’t utter a single “critical and caustic” comment to a child, the study found…

Ms. Troilo said “positive” father stereotypes referred to being successful at work, spending quality time with their children, giving them emotional support and teaching them life lessons. “Negative” stereotypes included irresponsible, bumbling and immature behaviors and fewer interactions with a child…

In contrast, 11 of the 12 heterosexual sitcom fathers studied said hurtful things to their children, especially the fathers on “Still Standing” on CBS, CW’s “The George Lopez Show” and ABC’s “8 Simple Rules,” which starred the late John Ritter.

“TV dads” are important because television is a powerful medium for “transmitting messages about families and fathers,” said Ms. Troilo.

In particular, children and youth watch a lot of television, and the ways fathers are depicted can both influence how they will think about themselves as future parents and reinforce what they already believe about family roles, she said. “We are likely to watch things that match with what we think.”

Previous research has shown that the “patriotic” and “heroic” images of working-class fathers — i.e., the men who rebuilt America after the Great Depression and World War II — have been replaced by images of immature buffoons and schemers who need constant rescuing from their competent wives.

Studies show that even as far back as Fred Flintstone in “The Flintstones” and Archie Bunker in “All in the Family” — and, more recently, Homer Simpson in “The Simpsons” — it is typically the mother, not father, who knows best in working-class families, said Ms. Troilo…

The media is portraying husbands and fathers as idiots incapable of leading their families and raising their children. At the end of the day, the message is the same: the wife is wiser and the natural leader of the family. The husband must submit to the wife or else end up on the couch.

Single men aren’t free from abuse either. Sitcoms about single males depict them as stupid, bullied by women, sex-driven perverts, who’ve never grown up. But we’re all supposed to laugh at it because it’s funny? Be careful what you laugh at.

Cast of Two and a Half Men. A show that depicted single men at their lowest.

Comedy has a way of opening the door for you to receive ideas that may be damaging. Now, after seeing the agenda behind many family sitcoms, you may not find them so funny. You might end up feeling disgusted by the way they degrade husbands, fathers, and men in general.

10 horrible consequences of feminism

By now, an honest person can see the devastation this movement has caused. Here are ten things it has done to American society and other nations:

1. Men no longer pursue marriage

Men are opting out of marriage, school, and corporate careers because “the penalties are high and the rewards are low” as Doctor Helen Smith, Ph.D. brings out in her popular book Men on Strike. See her five reasons why men are walking away from marriage in this short video:

Modern masculinity is being destroyed. Here’s another video exposing men’s reluctance to interact with women. Watch this news story called: “Where are the manly men?”:

 

2. Boys are being feminized

“Boys are treated like defective girls,” and feminine behavior has become the standard in many American schools. This is another reason why more males today act feminine and why they’re dropping out of school. Christina Hoff Sommers, a scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, explains the war on boys in America’s schools and what her solutions are in this video:

 

3. Divorce has skyrocketed

CDC reported 55,751 U.S. divorces in the year 1900. By 1980, divorce rose to 1,182,000. While the divorce rate has declined since 2000, feminism had a huge impact on marriage. I believe this is due to the leadership conflict feminism causes and the overflow of women into the workplace.

Studies show that women are more likely to initiate a divorce than men, but women suffer more after a divorce than men. Why women divorce includes the following:

  • The husband is not providing enough resources.
  • The husband is not connecting with his wife on an emotional level.
  • The husband is not helping with house chores and other things.

I’d add that some husbands aren’t willing to wear the dress in the relationship and they refuse to be abused or dominated.

I also see the reason for divorce coming from women putting their careers over their husbands and children. Before feminism changed society, I can only imagine the happiness some women had just being helpmates and mothers.

While feminism has often labeled housewives as “slaves,” compare that to the real slavery of working in a cubicle five days out of the week for eight hours, under managers you don’t like, being underpaid just to build someone else’s wealth, while your children are raised by strangers; this is going to cause stress, depression, anxiety and eventually, divorce.

Perhaps if more wives stayed at home, they wouldn’t have the double load of work and home management. This is not to exclude husbands’ responsibility to provide, connect, and love their wives.

 

4. Couples are avoiding marriage

More and more couples are not marrying because they believe marriage doesn’t work. They’ve seen their parents fight over leadership in the home and other things that led to divorce. Sons have seen their fathers berated and emasculated by their moms, and daughters are viewing their fathers as weak idiots incapable of taking care of them. The newer generation doesn’t want the hell their parents went through and so they cohabitate to avoid divorce.

 

5. Women are suffering more

Many consider stress to be the most common migraine trigger. I submit that her stress comes from taking on the role of the man while juggling the management of a home while trying to show the world she’s just as strong and capable as a man.

Young sad woman crying

To deal with the stress and depression, more women have turned to antidepressants and become addicted. According to a report from the National Center for Health Statistics, the rate of antidepressant use in this country among people twelve and older increased by almost 400% between 1988–1994 and 2005–2008. Here are more facts from the study:

  • Women are 2½ times more likely to be taking an antidepressant than men.
  • 23% of women in their 40s and 50s take antidepressants, a higher percentage than any other group (by age or sex)

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In a 2011 Huffington Post article titled “Women And Prescription Drugs: One In Four Takes Mental Health Meds” is says:

Women are using anti‐anxiety medication at more than twice the rate of men. Why is that? [Anti-anxiety medications] are fast-acting. They’re in that Valium family, and they’re very commonly used to treat adjustment disorders — these brief periods of time for a month or two when someone has life stressors and is having difficulty coping. An example would be a marital discord, going through a separation or a divorce. A job would be a big one, particularly in the current economy.

To deal with stress and depression caused by feminism, women are bending their bodies and souls into something God didn’t make them to be, and they’re suffering greatly for it.

 

6. Women smoke more than ever before

Smoking was a man’s thing contributing to him dying before his wife, but a study found that women began to smoke to defy “social pressures to be feminine, perfect, and nice.” Now that they were acting like men, they took on some of the same reasons why men smoked: to cope with the stress of job responsibility and home management. Because of feminism and clever marketing, women are just as addicted to cigarettes as men, and their health is deteriorating just as fast.

 

7. Female life expectancy is dropping

“Official statistics show a drop in life expectancy for female pensioners, which experts say could be linked to cutbacks in care and lifestyle habits of baby boomers,” says a research article from the Telegraph. “Experts said the trend could be the result of changes in the lifestyles of the “baby boomer” generation [people born between 1940-1960, the heights of the feminist movement], with older women more likely to drink regularly, and to have smoked, than previous generations.”

To see actual numbers in your county (for white women only), visit this article from the Washington Post titled: White women are dying faster all over America — but what about where you live?

 

8. Sexual confusion among boys

Because good fathers are becoming extinct, many males grow up effeminate, gay, or transsexual. An overabundance of femininity and female leadership without male role models leads to this perversion. Not only that, inside some of these single-mother-led homes includes a daily indoctrination of male bashing. So, subconsciously, masculinity and manhood become something to be despised and hated while femininity becomes something to be honored. The result is boys chose to be anything other than men.

 

9. Women have begun to look like men

Currently, there’s this short-hairstyle trend among women. Either they’re chopping their hair off resembling little boys, or they’re shaving just the sides off to resemble Mr. Tee. In both cases, I sense a spirit of rebellion and rejection of femininity. Long hair was traditionally associated with womanhood while short hair with manhood.

Doesn’t nature itself teach you that if a man has long hair, it is a disgrace to him, but that if a woman has long hair, it is her glory? For long hair is given to her as a covering. (1 Corinthians 11:14-15)

I would add that the reverse applies to women—that it’s a disgrace for a woman to cut off her hair.

The last image is a guy—the entertainer Justin Bebier—I just wanted to show the resemblance.

I heard a woman on Facebook say, “There’s something about a woman with short hair that just screams power.” And this is what I believe the idea behind some of these styles are. Subconsciously, some women probably feel they’re more powerful when they look like a man. Personally, I don’t see power, rather a woman who’s been indoctrinated to hate her own femininity.

Now, don’t get me wrong: I’m not saying if a woman has short hair she unattractive, or she’s in sin. No. Some women cut their hair for very practical reasons (and remain quite attractive) while some women’s hair remains short due to health issues. My point is: many women are chopping off their long, beautiful hair because it’s an act of defiance against womanhood—their God-given role.

Aside from their hair, I see women dropping the traditional dress and skirts for pants and skin-tight leggings. If they do wear a dress or a skirt, it’s so short and exposes so much coverage, you’d think she was a sex escort. Again, the uprise of lewd clothing of today’s women is designed to stimulate lust in men to control them.

Women have taken equality too far as to act just like men. I’m sure the percentage of “butch” lesbian woman is growing (but I don’t have the data to prove it). Not only are women acting like men, but mimicking the bad behavior of men like suppressing their emotions, acting tough as if nothing can harm them.

I’ve also noticed a trend in the workplace where female leaders tend to be much harder and place more weights on their subordinates than male leaders. Perhaps these women think this is what leadership is all about it. It’s not, and these ladies are contributing to the stress of everyone working for them.

 

10. Women still aren’t happy

A 2009 study revealed despite all the advantages women have today, they’re still aren’t happy. Here’s the two-minute clip from CNN:

Another study by economists Betsey Stevenson and Justin Wolfers gave their answer as to why women aren’t happy despite the victories of feminism. In a Guardian article they reveal:

[It’s] because women with jobs often do most of the chores and childcare, they shoulder a dual burden that cuts into their sleep and fun… Women in liberal communities are less happy and notice discrimination because they automatically compare their opportunities and salary to everyone else around them, men included. Traditionally minded women perhaps base their identities more firmly on their gender roles, and think only of other women when they evaluate their privilege and opportunities…

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Another study published by the Telegraph showed a similar answer:

The so-called “do-it-all generation” of women are facing a stress epidemic… women’s life expectancy has grown less quickly – a trend often attributed to workplace stress and turning to unhealthy traditionally “male” activities such as drinking and smoking….

Women have traditionally been happier than men but the female patients I see tend to exhibit more anxiety as they face the pressure of combining work with children and caring for elderly parents.

Equality in the workplace has undoubtedly been a very good thing, but it has left women facing the more negative aspects of corporate life like high levels of alcohol consumption, stress, fewer hours to run a home and raise a family, and potentially an unhealthy diet…

 

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The Conclusion

Feminism has turned women into competitive, stressed-out, depressed, drug addicted men. In their quest for the man’s authority, they’ve taken on every negative aspect of manhood, and because they’re not built to handle it, they’re suffering the most.

Patriarchy is not oppression, it’s protection, and the only societal government ordained by God.

Just as you can’t fit a square block into a circular slot, a woman cannot operate like a man, nor can a man take the role of a woman. You can’t defy the Creator and expect to be successful.

Because both genders have swapped their God-given roles, they’re destroying themselves and their societies. Feminism is a lie from Satan designed to destroy humanity.

The truth is: patriarchy is not oppression, it’s protection, and the only societal government ordained by God.

So what is the solution?

  • Repent to God and denounce feminism.
  • Return to your God-given roles.
  • Study the Bible, and be filled with the Spirit.
  • Ladies need to relax and let men do the heavy lifting.
  • Men need to stop women from doing the heavy lifting.
  • Ladies need to let go of too many responsibilities.
  • Men need to step up and own the responsibilities attached to their creation role.
  • Ladies need to heal from the hurt of irresponsible men. Ask God to change your heart toward men.
  • Ladies need to ask God to restore their femininity.
  • Ladies need to make an effort to support, respect and encourage men to be leaders.
  • Ladies must make an effort not to emasculate men and to rebuke other women for doing it. This includes young men.
  • Wives need to follow their husband’s lead.
  • Women need to disfellowship any woman who practices feminism whether or not she labels herself as one.

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