8 Million Women Sign Declaration Decrying Radical Feminism

Article here. Excerpt:

'HomeMakers for America will be in the nation’s capital on March 8 to celebrate a national and international movement that started in May 2017 when the pro-God, pro-family, and pro-freedom organization published its Declaration of Mothers.

Since then, thousands of women in more than 4,000 U.S. cities and all 50 states have signed the declaration, several governors are proclaiming March 8 International Mothers Influence Day, and last month Rep. Diane Black (R-TN) entered the declaration into the Congressional Record.

In January 2018 HomeMakers for America partnered with women around the world to issue the Worldwide Declaration of Mothers, which has since been signed by organizational leaders representing eight million people in more than 150 countries around the world.

“It is clear that despite what the media and radical feminists would have us believe, the pink-hatted protestors do not speak for the majority of women in America—or the world,” the organization said in its press release about the national briefing that will take place at the Phyllis Schlafly Center in Washington, D.C.'

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... notice what critical participants are not... well... included as participants.

To be a housefrau and mother, presumably you need a mate. I guess you could be a housewife married to another woman but I bet these ladies don't have that in mind.

In order to be a kept woman, you need someone to chance keeping you. This usually means getting legal. Question is... do men these days feel inclined to take the chance? What is a man's reward for reproducing? To me, it seems largely to be a money pit and a major risk. Sure, kids are cute. But so are cats and dogs. And kids are as likely to become a major problem for parents as they get older (think heroin addiction) as a source of pride.

I have observed that for most people, they put all their unfulfilled dreams onto their kids, then get really disappointed when their mini-me doesn't meet their expectations.

Occasionally, two ordinary people breed and produce some kind of genius or other or an over-achiever, etc. Yippee, you won. But they only serve to remind the parents what LOSERS they are.

Face it, except for sentimental reasons, why do people replicate these days? Kids're no longer an asset but a liability. Hate to say it but it's true.


Being a realist has its downsides.

Guess the point I'm doing a lousy job of making here is that once again, as pertains things involving "acceptable gender roles", men are left out.

Someone here on MANN once observed that listening to a traditionalist woman and a feminist discuss what role men should have in society is like listening to two slave-owners talk about what is the best way to hold the whip. The slave gets no say and the discussion centers around how best to get the most from the slave.

This is yet another reason MGTOW is so popular these days.

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