Thursday, July 06, 2017

Conservative Women Attacked As 'Problematic' : Only Progressive Women Are Real

The statement by this author I believe sums up the problem that exists among all progressive socialist liberals, women or men, that rage against taking responsibility as a means to an end, 'Conservative women consider a more traditional approach to empowerment, one that embraces biology and considers themselves a product of choices, rather then a victim of circumstances.'

That's clearly a position of leadership, not one that embraces a fear of failure without the aid of the group in support. A good definition of socialism.

The biggest fear among most progressive liberals is that they have no basis in fact for their existence, but proclaim themselves and their personal ideology above reproach, leaving no room for discussion or debate. The ultimate belief among progressives is that the power of position must rule the day.

In fact, progressivism is an empty religious faith with no creed other then I'm right and you're wrong. A vacuous and contemptuous faith based on a fear they are wrong and have no where else to go.

Cosmopolitan, Elle, and the Attack Against Conservative Women
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Cosmopolitan magazine recently published an article with a headline that read “7 Women Who Could Be Our First Female President.”

Among those seven, of course, is not a single conservative or Republican-leaning lady. Instead, Cosmo lists a handful of progressive women who it believes are “eminently qualified” for the job.
But in reality, there’s no shortage of right-leaning women also “eminently qualified” to be president of the United States. We have U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, Utah Congresswoman Mia Love, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Iowa Sen. Joni Ernst, and New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez.

In the end, though, this irresponsible “journalism” shouldn’t come as a surprise. In fact, it’s only the latest assault against Republican and conservative women originating—ironically—inside a “women’s magazine.”

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Recently, Elle magazine published an article titled “How Do We Criticize Problematic Women?” referring to right-leaning ladies like Megyn Kelly, Kellyanne Conway, and Ivanka Trump.
Not to be confused with feminist icons who overcame stereotypes and sexism to land successful careers, Elle magazine views right-leaning women as problems who need to be fixed.

But being problematic isn’t so bad. Instead of embracing a culture that’s anti-male and obsessed with victimhood, problematic women tend to favor a more traditional approach to women’s empowerment, one in which they embrace biology and consider themselves a “product of my choices” rather than a “victim of my circumstances.” As someone who self-identifies as a problematic woman, I have a message for these women’s magazines who can’t help but discriminate against their own kind.

Calling us “problematic” isn’t an insult—we’ll embrace this new name with pride. Being a problem, after all, is how this whole feminism thing got started. But pretending that we don’t exist? That’s insulting, and we’re here to very proudly tell you otherwise.

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