The Essence of Femininity: A Personal Perspective
There are, the author claims, real differences between men and
women that every culture knows about. Feminists, she argues, deny
the attributes of femininity.
Researching the "Rape Culture" of America: An Investigation of
Feminist Claims about Rape
Christina Hoff Sommers
Sommers represents one side of a vigorous debate among feminists over the future of
feminism. Sommers thinks of herself as an old-style, traditional
feminist, which she calls "equity feminism." She argues that a new
wave of activists, which she labels "gender feminism," has hijacked
the cause and are wreaking havoc upon true feminism.
Take Back the Mind
Jean Bethke Elshtain
This article is a book review of The Morning After: Sex, Fear,
and Feminism on Campus by Katie Roiphe.
The High Calling of Wife and Mother in Biblical Perspective
The wife/mother role has long been assigned second class status in
feminist thinking. The Bible, however, presents a different
understanding of a woman's role.
The Politics of Gender
This article is a book review of Why Men Rule: A Theory of Male
Dominance, by Steven Goldberg.
The Inevitability of Failure
David J. Ayers
The author looks at feminist ideas on many aspects of
life. Following the implications of feminist thought, he concludes
that the movement is destructive.
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