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If you want to know any of the history of the feminist movement and how it has come to affect all our lives, it is really is worth watching this fascinating video (13:26) released by The Daily Signal.
Roughly around the same time as the second-wave feminist movement in the 1960s, there was also a sexual liberation movement. This came at a time when the female contraceptive pill had been made generally available and allowed women to control their fertility. Before the era of HIV/AIDS, there was no real fear of sexually transmitted diseases. Therefore women were able to have multiple sexual partners at the peak of their fertile years with virtually no consequences.
Whilst the two movements were originally separate, it’s generally seen that the feminist movement embraced sexual liberation wholeheartedly, because they felt that part of women’s overall liberation was also to be sexually free.
Now fast forward to today, and what do we have? The #MeToo movement and an attempt by its feminist hijackers to redefine the sexual rules of engagement between men and women. This would seem to involve an attempt to enforce sexual restrictions – but only on men of course.
I wonder how many feminists have started to realise that a necessary by-product of giving women sexual liberation also means that you give men sexual liberation, and how many have now started to regret it?
In my view, men should be fully aware of what may be going on here.
If we want to continue a society that is based upon sexual freedom, we should watch out for the idea that a movement for “gender equality” will try and move towards placing increasing sexual restrictions on men, but not on women.
They need to understand that this is not treating men and women equally, and is not real gender equality. What’s good for the goose is good for the gander.
Sue Ellen Browder, a former Cosmo writer for 20 years, wrote fake news before “fake news” was ever a thing. Except she prefers not to call it that—not because she’s embarrassed to admit she wrote fake news (although she’s certainly not proud), but because she thinks the term “fake news” is too vague to understand. Instead, she prefers the term “propaganda.” And decades later, she’s coming clean about the lies she sold to help Cosmopolitan convince women that sexual liberation was the key to happiness and success.
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