Reclaiming women's voices

REALITY April 2019

Reclaiming women's voices

Women around the world are deeply fed up with the gratuitous appropriation of their voice by radical feminists, claiming that they represent the authentic voice of women. This is a false assumption. The time has come to reclaim the true voice of women in the face of the domination of radical feminists, who in reality consist of a shrill and bitter core of women. They believe that men, whom they despise, are their enemy, and that unrestricted access to abortion is necessary to be truly free to live their lives. They believe that being burdened with children and family responsibilities prevents them from fulfilling themselves. To promote these demands, these aggressive feminists spread their lies by denying the essence of man and woman and their complementarity.

It is undeniable that no single set of beliefs can represent the views of all women, as we have very varied and very different opinions on most issues, just as men do. Our views are shaped by our different educational, social, economic, religious and cultural backgrounds.

However, there are two concepts on which most women agree, despite their notable differences. The first is that motherhood, that is, giving birth and raising children, is a central and compelling aspect of our lives. The second concept is that men are not our enemies. They are our friends and partners, equal to us but different. Men are our fathers, brothers, husbands and sons, walking with us on our journey through life.

These two concepts serve, though often unspoken, as a common bond and shared understanding for women everywhere, except, of course, for radical feminists. The latter wish to deny us our femininity and instead harden and embitter us as they themselves seem to do.

For too long, women have remained silent while radical feminists have dominated the conversation with their fanatical demands. For example, the #MeToo movement, which was supposed to allow all battered women a way to speak out about their abuse, has been turned, by feminists, into male guilt for irresponsible headlines, and a denial of due process for men. The so-called Women's March on Washington, D.C., two years ago was a fraud because it did not represent women as a unified voice. Instead, it represented radical, leftist women who were upset with the outcome of Donald Trump's 2016 U.S. presidential election. They pretended to speak for the majority of women, when they were only a marginal minority. They were dishonest and fraudulent in their pronouncements, which were an insult to women. The organizers of that march deliberately excluded women who were pro-life and pro-family. The latter, to say the least, have a more sensible and reasonable approach to life.

However, let these feminists continue to shout their blasphemies. They have a right to express themselves. But we don't have to pretend that they represent us. This is doubly true since the leaders of that Women's March have publicly acknowledged their anti-Semitism, which is totally repugnant and unacceptable.

Of course we women want equality with men, but on our own terms, not those of the radical feminists who, in effect, have been posing as women for far too long. We want equality, but not privilege. Time has run out for militant feminists. The time has come to roll back their stale and rigid demands.

The authentic Women's March

To assert the authentic voice of women worldwide, 26 women's groups from around the world, including REAL Women of Canada, have joined together to form an international organization called Women of the World (WoW). Its purpose is to actively collaborate to indicate our disapproval of radical feminists and their misappropriation of the concept of women, as well as their hatred of men. This is the first stone laid in the construction of an edifice that will take many years to achieve, but we must begin.

The organization held a walk on Sunday, March 10, 2019 in Madrid. The march, made up of women, made history for its demands for work-life balance, the importance of men in women's lives and the need to adjust the market to women's needs. This march was important because it recognized the enriching complementarity and reciprocity between women and men, who are allies and partners. The march called for the following changes in society

1. Elimination of gender ideology laws that do not respect or recognize female identity and the complementarity of the sexes.
2. Flexible working hours, teleworking and part-time contracts for female employees.
3. Social visibility and political recognition of women's dedication to their families and dependents.
4. Legislative prohibition of discrimination against women on the basis of maternity, such as reprisals against them after returning from a maternity leave.
maternity leave.
5. Elimination of quotas: women want equity, not privileges.
6. Elimination of domestic violence against women, men, children and the elderly, and strict justice against stalkers, rapists and murderers.
7. The elimination of the commercialization of women's bodies, through surrogacy, pornography and prostitution.
8. Suspension of funding to the gender identity and feminism industry and financial support to vulnerable women.

This march reclaims the femininity of radical feminism and opens the door to a new, genuinely feminine approach to society, politics and employment. It recognizes the authentic desires and needs of women.