- Paperback: 224 pages
- Publisher: Vital Issues Press (November 1997)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1563841223
- ISBN-13: 978-1563841224
- Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.5 x 0.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #604,865 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Gender Agenda: Redefining Equality Paperback – November, 1997
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The stealth operations of these feminists may not be known until it is too late to undue their damage. They use language that would seem friendly to ordinary people. They speak of family, health, children and what is fair. But under their carefully crafted language lurks policies that attack women who want to exercise their God-given right to assume traditional roles as mothers and wives, who want to rear their children, protect them from sexual exploitation and perversion, and who want to love their husbands. It is imperative to educate ourselves as to exactly how they are inserting their ideology into our social systems so we can prevent further damage to our society.
This is a fairly quick read, but is packed with referenced information that is easy to understand. Read this book and then pass it on or talk about it to everyone you know. Radical feminism is not about equality...it is about revolution. If we are apathetic, they win.
Dale O'Leary attended the 1994 U.N. Conference on Population in Cairo and the Conference on Women in 1995 at Beijing, and in her 1997 book, THE GENDER AGENDA, she gives us her firsthand account of the proceedings with their behind-the-scenes mendacity and maliciousness, and the destructive feminist goals promoted at these gatherings. I have read many books on the Feminist Movement, but none better than THE GENDER AGENDA.
O'Leary writes, "What happened in Cairo and Beijing matters. Not so much because the U.N. can force its will on the United States, for only poor countries who depend on foreign aid will be forced to accept the agendas promulgated at these conferences. It matters because the culture war is a battle of ideas, and the U.N. has the resources and prestige to promote its agenda to world leaders, schoolchildren, and the media...What happened in Beijing does matter, because what was planned in Beijing will be coming to every town, every school, and every business (if it isn't there already) - unless it is exposed and we stand up against it." [pgs. 20 & 26]
President Bill Clinton insisted the Beijing conference was "true blue to families", but I'm pretty sure that would depend on what the meaning of "families" is. Dr.Read more ›
I am not a stranger to feminism, as I took undergraduate and graduate women's studies classes, and at one time considered myself a feminist. While working on my second Masters, I spoke my views in class against feminism as I believed we were in a mature environment and graduate school was a place were one could question things. The professor told me that the radical feminists I spoke about were the fringe minority and that I was being ridiculous. "The Gender Agenda: Redefining Equality" describes the activities of feminists putting into action their culture shifting plot I spoke of in class. These feminists are not harmless, but rather, in positions of power in the UN and EU.
These feminists claim men and women are the same in ALL WAYS (physically, mentally, etc.), they despise full-time mothers (believing all women should work in paid jobs if they want to or not), and they hate religions. Religions stand in their way from the "freedom" to have sex with everyone and aborting any children that might result. Religions, of course, do not approve of homosexuality and promiscuity, and therefore, stand in the way of the ideal feminist world.
The author brilliantly sums up these supposed seekers of equality:
"Ideologies should be judged objectively, but in studying feminism and the Gender Agenda, it is difficult to put aside the suspicion that the entire enterprise is a giant rationalization created by hurt women to justify their anger, grudges, and self-destructive behavior.Read more ›
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The author obviously was trying to use "fact"(which was often fiction) to spread a hate agenda.Published on August 12, 2008 by QwikF3