The Center for Gender Equality, a liberal think-tank, conducted a poll of 1000 women to determine where they stood on certain issues.
Faye Wattleton, former president of Planned Parenthood hoped the poll would serve as a “wake-up” call to liberals. But she was surprised and disturbed by what she learned. 53% of the women said that abortion should only be allowed in cases of rape, incest or for the life of the mother. 75% said that religion is important in their lives and almost half said that the Christian Coalition agenda would improve their lives.
Faye was right, it did serve as a wake-up call, not to the women polled, but to the feminists who have spoken for women for so long, they have never taken the time to hear them speak. And they couldn’t believe that women were actually thinking for themselves, setting their own agendas, and rejecting their social agenda.
It could be that many of these women have found themselves as victims of failed feminism, or it could be that women are finally having the courage to challenge status quo. This is Nina May encouraging you to join them in this challenge.