My View on Modern Feminism

My take on modern feminism is: it’s a complete waste of time.  UNLESS, they were actually out in other countries fighting for real oppressed women.  INSTEAD, we have a bunch of whiners who believe that everyone is out to violate their body or just bullying men for simply being who they are, men.  

Similar to the equal rights activists, feminism is not about balancing out males and females.  It’s all about power struggle.

We need to really take a look at our priorities. Are we really as oppressed as the modern feminist would tell you we are? Ask a modern feminist about the Muslim women who have to watch their female child go through a torturous vaginal circumcision. Would they even care? What about a gay man who enters into a Muslim country?  He’s doomed to die if he’s found out.  They aren’t peaceful or tolerant toward women or homosexuals.

Modern feminism only focuses on women not getting paid fairly or women who claim they have been raped but in all reality, it’s consensual.  

So overall, modern feminism is a joke to me.



The Time is Now by Warren Barfield

This song is every Christian, Conservative, right winged persons anthem. This has an inspirational feel to it. It just tells you not to sit quiet anymore, stand up for what you believe in!

If you haven’t heard the song, please, please listen to it. It’s amazing.

Goal of this blog.

As a young republican, it’s a frustrating world out there.  I’m absolutely misunderstood, because everyone who disagrees believes that:

  1. I’m against women having rights and that they should be in the home, barefoot and pregnant.
    Truth:  This is false.  I believe women do have rights to vote and be out in the world being treated the way men are.  I just don’t believe that women have the right to take their unborn child’s life.
  2. I’m against gay people.
    Truth:  I’m definitely not against gay people.  I have gay friends and wish them every happiness they deserve.  I just believe that government should butt out of marriage and what the definition should be.  They spout out that church and state should be separate from each other, but marriage is a church issue.
  3. I’m a racist.
    Truth: No, I definitely didn’t vote for the “first black president”, but that’s because I DO NOT believe in anything he believes or stands for.  He is morally against everything I believe in.

I’m sure there is a lot more I could add, but these are the three I thought I’d bring up first.  They are the most common arguments made against me.  I thought I would just clarify this shit before someone comes and jumps on me about it.

The goal of this blog is to expose the truths about Obama, the most corrupt, evil person who has ever been president.  He is loved by too many and it’s time to remove the vale and see clearly for once.