I've often said that women have been hurt by feminism too, but only in different ways than we men have. I've often said that modern women don't KNOW that there's another way; they don't know that there's anything but the feminist, PC mindset. I've been pooh-poohed for saying that, but it's true. Well, here's the story of Renee, a gal who relates her experience with feminist indoctrination and the impact it's had on her life. This is a sad story that, truth be told, could be repeated TENS OF MILLIONS of times; there are tens of millions of Renees out there. I hope that the feminazis and their sponsors burn in Hell for what they've done! They have a lot to answer for for all the lives they've hurt and destroyed....
To keep things in context, this was posted over on The Thinking Housewife's blog. That'll clear up the intro and conclusion of Renee's thoughts, since she alludes to things that Mrs. Wood has said. Without any further ado, here are Renee's experiences with feminist indoctrination, and how it's impacted her life as a young American woman...
When I was twelve years old, my orchestra conductor told us that when she was young, women were not allowed in professional orchestras because they would have to be replaced with they got pregnant and it seemed more practical to just hire men. To me that seemed very sensible, though my opinion was something I knew not to share.
Throughout my life I have had many moments like that, knowing that the prevailing wisdom was wrong about matters of discrimination against women, but not feeling secure to voice my opinions because of fear, and, more importantly, not knowing how to frame my opinions in a manner that would even satisfy me. For, though I sensed that it seemed justifiable to discriminate against women, I still felt on some level that it was not fair. And the desire for fairness is what I was taught was the basis for any perspective on matters of gender.
So what did I do? I avoided feminists as much as I could, dressed very feminine (even in the winter when most people wear pants I would wear knee-length wool skirts with wool tights underneath), and tried to support all the women I knew who had chosen to be housewives. However, I still remained someone who was relatively silent on matters of gender and basically never fully committed myself to my God-given role as a woman. It even feels strange for me to write “a God-given role as a woman.”
I am now at a point in my life where I just want to say, enough is enough. Feminism has never gotten me anywhere. I know it makes no sense. My problem is that I have grown up knowing nothing else and it is extremely difficult for me to change. I have purposefully sought out traditional men and then broken it off with them for being traditional! In short, I have not been taught how to be a woman. I think that is what makes it so difficult for women in my generation to see that there is nothing wrong with being a housewife and that it is what most of us should aspire to. We think that if that was what we are meant to do then it would be the easiest thing to do and we wouldn’t need any help. I have realized that that perspective is wrong, and I am now trying to train myself to be what the world thinks I could never choose.
Your blog has been a blessing. I found it this weekend and I have gone through almost the whole thing. It makes me feel that there is a community out there that can support me, and with God’s help I will undue a lifetime of damage from the feminist indoctrination I received.
That's a sad story, isn't it? How many millions of Renees are there out there? How many young women are hurting like this? We'll never know, but we can rest assured that God does, and we can rest assured that God WILL mete out justice to those responsible for this human tragedy. Have a good day now...