What should a woman be known for? That depends on who you ask.
If you’ve followed the news lately, you have seen Madonna, Ashley Judd, Chelsea Handler present their view of what it ‘REALLY’ means to be a woman.
Spoiler alert: the word ‘nasty’ gets thrown around. Liberally.
They wear ‘nasty’ like a badge of honor. They think it’s somehow ’empowering’.
Whoring around is now ‘noble’. Writing shocking thing on your ta-tas and baring them in anger at protests is — somehow — ‘NOT’ degrading.
Abortions? Forget ‘safe, legal and rare’ … that’s the OLD news. Now we have celebs telling us they’re sad that they’ve never had one. The same sort of people who would protest a seal hunt or the wearing of fur actually wish they could help erase the social stigma of forcibly tearing an infant to shreds within its mother’s womb. Sorry. They would rather we use the latin… ‘fetus’. Becuase it sounds more abstract and clinical that the English word ‘baby’.
They USED to talk about having women take their place in Business, Science and Engineering. Now? Now they talk about genitals.
They have MONOLOGUES about them. They wear funny hats to their marches. They even dress like a Gynecologist’s waking nightmare. (Which has got to make their Tranny friends feel a ‘little’ left out, even if they ARE called by whatever trendy made-up pronouns they prefer.)
Class? Intelligence? Accomplishment? Virtue?
Nope. THEY like to talk about free pads and abortion on demand.
By contrast, another group has a DIFFERENT Standard:
Some of the high points of this OTHER standard of a woman of quality?
— Business acumen
— Wise management of Investments
— Skillful Negotiations
— Generosity and Charity
— Wisdom and intelligence
— Strong commitment to family.
Pretty good list, right? Even Old-school feminists would give it a thumbs up, right?
Where do we get such a list? The Bible. Proverbs 31, specifically.
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