Monday, September 12, 2016

Phyllis Schlafly, American Hero

On Septermber 5th, 2016, we lost a great female American hero.
RIP Phyllis Schlafly (Aug. 15, 1924 - Sept. 5, 2016)
Unlike feminism, Gloria Steinem and Hillary Clinton who deserve no thank yous from women today; Phyllis Schlafly fought for decades standing up for the common everyday woman. Sadly, many women in America do not know who to thank for stopping the ERA, bringing a voice back to traditional women, all men, families and children and in concept, starting #WomenAgainstFeminism.

Phyllis Schlafly kept feminist lobbyists at bay, who only care about manipulating women for their money. She disproved the majority of feminist myths in her own existence, from earning a bachelor's degree in 1944, a master's degree in 1945, working as a ballistics gunner and technician at the largest ammunition plant in the world - a male dominated field - during WWII and being a mother of 6.

Phyllis Schlafly proved that women are not victims but strong and unique individuals who helped keep families and societies together.

Phyllis Schlafly proved that women did not have to reject their femininity or their human nature in order to be valued, happy or successful in life.

Phyllis Schlafly proved that women can embrace their femininity, reject feminism and still have all of the opportunities in America to be as independent and/or influential as they are willing to work for.

Phyllis Schlafly was a true champion of women and stood for the majority of women in America who found their voices being drowned out by feminism. For this, she was vilified by feminists horribly while she was alive.

Women all over America, I urge you:
Do not let Phyllis Schlafly or all of her work over decades for women, men and families to be forgotten. She is a true female American hero and should be remembered that way.

"Feminism is doomed to failure because it is based on an attempt to repeal and restructure human nature." - Phyllis Schlafly

RIP Phyllis Schlafly, True American Hero & Champion of Women and Femininity

Phyllis Schlafly is one of many inspirations for this blog, reaching out to others and helping to empower them by giving them the knowledge and facts that feminists seek to keep from them.

While not all of her conservative and religious values are shared, seeking a more moderate balance instead, she is still respected and appreciated for everything she has done for us and anti-Feminists throughout America.

Thank you Phyllis Schlafly for all you have done, you will be greatly missed and never forgotten!

P.S. Highly recommend her book Feminist Fantasies, which highlights the controversies of American Feminism from the 1960s-2000s.