How the Sexual Revolution Hijacked Feminism: VIDEO

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How did the Sexual Revolution and Abortion Lobby take over the Women’s Movement?

Lila Rose tells the story of how pro-life, pro-family feminism has been carrying the torch for women’s empowerment all along.

For more on the story, see the book “Subverted: How I helped the Sexual Revolution Hijack the Women’s Movement” by Sue Ellen Browder, an investigative journalist who wrote for Cosmo for 20 years.

Ironically, the so-called feminism of today, AKA the women’s movement, is not about fulfilling women. It is about making them more like men…which leaves them frustrated, not fulfilled.
Example: “Men don’t have babies. Be more like men. Don’t have babies.

“Abortion is the ultimate manifestation of the oppression of women.”
This is the best video you guys have ever produced.
The history is fascinating. I never knew those things about Betty Friedan.
Thank you for your important work.

It’s great when I hear women talk positively about being a mother.

Current feminism is just communism in a dress.
The “feminist” movement is enslaving women to a lifestyle they don’t want.




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