In a time where leftist policies and ideas are robbing children of their innocence, it isn’t surprising that moral relativists and their surrogates are deliberately targeting young girls.
For example, Planned Parenthood deceives many young women by claiming it supports their well-being by promoting "reproductive rights" through the solicitation of abortion and the hook-up culture.
CNSNews.com recently reported that the Planned Parenthood Info for Teens Facebook page is encouraging young girls to embrace promiscuity in order to "stop the slut shamming." The page featured a link to MTV's Sextra Credit Episode 2 with gay activist and "sex expert" Francisco Ramirez.
Ramirez says negative stigmas attached to the word "slut" should be dismissed. Rather, he suggests that the label be embraced and encouraged.
“A lot of people define slut as someone who has too much sex or too many partners – but according to who?” Francisco asks. “The slut fairy?”
Additionally, birth control "rights" activist Sandra Fluke, whose claim to fame is demanding taxpayer-subsidized birth control from our government, is another poor influence on young females. Women - excuse me, “womyn” - like Fluke say they want to be independent and free from the clutches of a “male-dominant” society, yet they want "The Man" to subsidize their birth control purchases. It’s irony at its finest.
Without a doubt the Left is easily bothered by women who defy third-wave feminism, especially those who take up gun ownership. If we embrace femininity, they deem us slaves to patriarchy. If we desire to be pro-life, they deem us anti-choice. If we want to be self-reliant, they deem us traitors to womanhood. Had enough of victimhood and subservience to big government? You’re not alone!
More females are embracing gun ownership and seeking the right protection. Whether it is for self-defense, target shooting, or hunting, gun use has grown increasingly popular among women. When properly handled and used (yes leftists, we practice responsible gun use), guns will ward off attackers. Women should be proud to say “I’m armed and prepared to defend myself against all odds.”
Alternatively, how exactly is championing birth control “rights” women’s empowerment? Whatever one does in their private life is their business, and the majority of us would appreciate it if were kept that way. Additionally, if one chooses to use it, we – the American taxpayers - would greatly appreciate it if you paid for it yourself. Sorry, Sandra – sulking off the government for birth control isn’t empowering; it’s embarrassing.
Young girls shouldn’t submit to birth control “rights” advocacy. They should take up activities like shooting that boost their morale, not activities that bring them down.
Last week, the Twittersphere exploded with leftist vitriol after Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan bought his daughter Liza hunting gear for an upcoming family deer hunt.
Father-daughter time shopping for guns and hunting gear shouldn’t be frowned upon; it should be encouraged. Would you rather see a father buying his daughter birth control? Frankly, I wouldn’t want my father to do that. His manhood and fatherhood would be questioned. My dad – a general contractor by trade and an American by choice – taught me the importance of self-reliance and self-respect. Like Paul Ryan, my dad bought outdoor gear for my sister and I when we were growing up. The joy we got from this could never be delivered by birth control.
Girls, don’t seek out taxpayer-subsidized birth control to validate your strength. Instead, seek out shooting lessons and work towards true women’s empowerment: one independent of Sugar Daddy government and radical feminists.