Friday Fun: Women are lousy workers who just wanna make babies!

October 26, 2007

Just some Friday fun, that is, if your fun consists of you banging your head against the table.

Justin Sanders, who guest-posts at Modite writes:

Feminism has destabilized society by undermining heterosexuality and the family. This perverse assault on gender difference is disguised as an act of “defense” of women’s’ and homosexuals’ “right” to be single and childless. Women have been duped into seeking “power” and “independence” (aloneness) through climbing the mirage of the corporate ladder.


The natural result of this union between the masculine and the feminine is the child – Heaven’s most precious gift. Without a child to care for, a woman often becomes frustrated, bitter and distracted. She often uses the “success” of her “career” (which is simply a glorified word for “job”) as a replacement for the void of the missing child. Motherhood changes a woman permanently. The job, which once seemed so important, quickly becomes secondary to the starry eyes of her loving child. I’ve seen far too many women recite feminists mantras only to discovery – in their late 30s – that all they really wanted was a warm baby to snuggle.

Because in Justin’s mind, it’s a crime to be single and childless – since, yknow, children are the gift from god and just all women get all so weepy when they see little baby booties!

But for some fun, here’s a song I’ve been listening to all morning.



  1. Just wanted to add – I’m 32 going on 33 and I haven’t had those thoughts yet. Wait, let me check.


    Nope, looking forward to snuggling with my grad school texts on education and social justice, not a little babe.

    And, I’m moving in with my boyfriend in a few weeks, but we don’t plan on marrying bc to be blunt, we’re both athiests and don’t see the point in getting married.

    Clearly, feminism RUINED me. 😉

    Thanks for posting this! Glad I stumbled upon your blog!!

  2. Welcome aboard Amy! Nice to see another atheist around (my guy and I are getting married, but it’s more for immigration and health care benefits :P)

    Oh yes, and the baybeez of course.

  3. can’t help but be intrigued by the comments on the ‘opposing viewpoint’


    because if i’m reading it right, rebecca thompson doesn’t have a fantastically healthy view of feminism either.

  4. that’s ‘thorman’, my bad.

    after a second read through though, i think i might just be misreading it, especially if she links to and seconds the opinions of this guardian article, which is all fairness reads far more cogently than hers.

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