Friday, January 8, 2010

The New Eve

Every woman alive today was born on a battlefield.

The war is not between women and men, or women and the state, as "feminists" would have you believe. The war is between Good and Evil. It is a spiritual war.

Do not be fooled into thinking that Good and Evil are abstract, subjective concepts. They exist as surely as you and I exist. If they did not exist, we would not have conscience. We wouldn't know the difference between right and wrong in our hearts. But we do know, don't we? We know in our hearts it is evil to harm the innocent, good to help those in need. Good and Evil are real, and they are really at war, all around you, all the time. If you don't believe it, open a newspaper or turn on the TV.

I call on today's woman to be a warrior for Good, and it starts with being a rebel. We need to be rebels, not in the way the "feminists" would have us be, by denying our womanhood and our femininity, but in the most radical way possible.

G. K. Chesterton said, "The act of defending any of the cardinal virtues has today all the exhilaration of a vice." It is as true today as it was a hundred years ago.

There is nothing rebellious about radical feminism. There is nothing revolutionary about immorality. Promiscuity, pornography, abortion: these things are the status quo. This is the age of the hook-up; we are expected to embrace casual sex, the denigration of our bodies and an "easy fix" for the "inconvenience" of pregnancy.

Women will not be respected until we respect ourselves. It's that simple.

I call on today's woman to embrace womanhood, not run from it. The most rebellious thing a woman can do today is refuse to be objectified by pornography and the advertising and fashion industries; refuse to be disrespected by the culture of promiscuity, contraception, and misogyny; refuse to be made complicit in the sins of the world by harming your body and soul and killing your children through abortion.

We will be treated no better than we treat ourselves. It's time to give ourselves the respect and care we deserve. Only then can we demand the same from the world. Only then can we call ourselves warriors, and begin to fight.


  1. There is such righteous power in the words.

  2. really trying to figure out how you reconcile a feminist pov while trashing on a 'culture of contraception' and abortion rights. feminists got us where we are now with those things! that stuff is all about women taking control of their bodies and their futures...

  3. MBS, I'm afraid my response to your comment got too long. Haha! I had to make it a new post. Thanks for reading and commenting!