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They Call It a ‘Women’s’ Movement, But …

From an interview with Gloria Steinem:


Q. What if it’s a conservative Republican woman who gets elected? How would you feel?

A. I would be totally against her. The women’s movement in England was totally against Margaret Thatcher. She was a disaster. . . .


“War on women” rhetoric is an attempt to skirt the real fundamental issues at hand. A transparent debate might not bode well for the feminist establishment and the culture of death it so vigorously buttresses.  

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