Tag Archive: women

abortion – what do you want?

Violet; you and others with your outlook on this subject are what is sick in America. God help you. (John R. Hugo on Quiner’s Diner) Surprisingly, I agree with right-wing Christians that high numbers… Continue reading

living in the gap

Feminism and vegetarianism have so much in common in the ways they are misunderstood. Feminism is often viewed as a fight against men. It isn’t. It’s a struggle to change the direction of… Continue reading

bad labelling and poor exclusions

Roughseas has a really interestingly contentious post over at her spot. She brings up so many issues in one little post. And I disagree with her on almost every point. I don’t write about… Continue reading

a challenge for christians: the moral argument against abortion

do you have any kind of moral argument against a woman being allowed to just get pregnant as many times and she wants and to than sell the fetal tissue? I can’t argue against… Continue reading

abortion: the context of faith

do you have any kind of moral argument against a woman being allowed to just get pregnant as many times and she wants and to than sell the fetal tissue? I can’t argue against… Continue reading

what two questions does every wife ask that most husbands don’t even hear?

The Isaiah 53:5 Project has an answer to this question that I exclaimed makes his post one of the weirdest I’ve ever read. Perhaps the next weirdest bit is that several readers took the time… Continue reading

moral panics and rape hysteria

Rape hysteria creates horrible injustices, depriving the accused of due process (those accused of rape on campus), or depriving people of their good name based on associations and prejudice (Catholic priests). The hysteria… Continue reading

lessons for christian ladies

I really struggle with how we reconcile gender equality and Christianity. On the one hand, I have Insanitybytes insisting “I exist in a very female centered belief system”, and on the other hand… Continue reading

the trials of womanhood

I’ve recently given birth to my second child. Before the birth of my first child I read extensively about birthing options and concluded that the best route is to go as natural as possible… Continue reading

misleading discussions about generic gender roles

There is a war on women being waged right now. It seeks to erase who we are as women, to replace our value as wives and mothers, with our ability to pursue wealth… Continue reading