Radical Feminism

Topics: Feminism, Human sexual behavior, Human sexuality Pages: 4 (1426 words) Published: November 1, 2011
By Marsha West
February 9, 2007
Daughters and granddaughters of the women who started the sexual revolution of the 60s have tossed aside what remained of sexual taboos. Gloria Steinam must be tickled pink. Just check out what's going on with the younger generation and you'll get the picture. Only the picture is not a pretty one. The "great strides" made by the feminist movement have been lost on young celebrities. Britney Spears has been spotted frequenting nightspots with actress Lindsay Lohan and heiress Paris Hilton. Spears made headlines when the paparazzi photographed her pantyless, climbing out of a car. Now Hilton's being blasted for making anti-gay and racist remarks. Twenty-year old Lohan checked herself into a rehab facility for drug and alcohol abuse. Is it any wonder that Spears and Hilton were voted the "worst celebrity role models?" Feminists are furious at the fearsome threesome.

"A great promise was contained in the moment when Madonna kissed Britney at the MTV Awards," crowed feminist Camille Paglia. "She in a sense was saying, 'I'm passing the torch to you.' It was a fabulous moment. Britney looked toned, in control of her career and it was up to her to take the next step. Literally, from that kiss, from that moment onward, Britney has spiraled out of control. It's like Madonna gave her the kiss of death!" Radical feminism, not Madonna, has given women the kiss of death. As a result of the feminist movement there are no gender-based role differences in many marriages. Wives wear the pants in the family, husbands show little or no leadership and are often wimps, and children are unmanageable. Is this what God intended for the family? No. The Bible teaches that the husband is to lead, provide for, and protect his family. The wife is to help her husband by managing the household and taking care of the children. Children are to be raised with discipline and love. That's God's...
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