“How bizarre it is to have to argue the obvious, to have to prove over and over again what is self-evident, so let me be as offensive as I possibly can: Men are men and women are women. They are essentially different and designed for a natural division of labor. Period.”
So begins the interview with Mallory Millett at Front Page Magazine, which essentially amounts to a scathing indictment of her sister Kate Millett’s influence, as well as feminism’s influence in general, on American society.
Millett is a CFO for several corporations and resides in New York City with her husband of over twenty years. (Her sister Kate died last year.) Her interview with Mark Tapson reveals what will no doubt be shocking to some. A deeper look into the 1960’s countercultural revolution reveals a dark history with which many Americans are unfamiliar.
Namely, that the most outspoken leaders of the feminist movement were mentally unbalanced—which is no doubt what led to their Marxist worldview. “Feminism found common cause with Communist ideology. Breaking up the family was not incidental but central to that ideology,” wrote Kathleen Parker in Save the Males.
Naturally, feminists knew they couldn’t sell their message using communist language. So they created their own, one that would appeal to the masses. “I get a kick out of the feminists’ love affair with the word ’empowerment,’” Millett tells Tapson. “They have clever formulas for ensnaring hapless souls into their deceits.”
She goes on. “[Feminists] have infiltrated every system and department in education, media, entertainment, government, justice, Wall Street, you name it and they’re there. For decades, since they started their stealth invasion, the father in every sitcom has been debased and, most of all, clueless. I’m dumbfounded at the efficiency with which these women recruited others and wheedled their way into everything in fifty short years.”
Indeed, America’s feminist elite consists of professors, lawyers, journalists, writers, judges, actresses, bureaucrats, psychologists, and activists. What these women have in common is clout, and they believe they know what’s best for women. As Gloria Steinem reiterated at a keynote speech at the third annual Women and Power conference, “We had great slogans. Like we’re becoming the men we wanted to marry.”
Ah, yes, Gloria, that was brilliant. Women today have become so much like men men no longer want to marry them. Some progress!
“So many people think the rise of women and the evisceration of our culture are somehow coincidental. But it’s been calculated and deliberate. It is the result of hate: hating God, hating life, hating society, hating men, hating babies, hating history, hating our fathers, hating our families, hating our white male Founders, hating happiness, hating heterosexuality, hating Western civilization. Is this not madness?”
What’s more, there is now a complete breakdown in the relationship between women and men. Men are afraid to be men, and women are afraid to be women. No one knows who’s supposed to do what.
“After fifty years of the almighty “consciousness-raising” experiment to empower women, and during the recent Harvey Weinstein scandal, what we are hearing from the little girlish voices of the victims is, ‘I froze, I was paralyzed. I gave in because I didn’t know what to do. I was terrified!’ Hey, that’s some weird kind of empowerment. When I was a girl, we did what our moms instructed: we yelled “NO,” slapped his face, and left the room or called a cop.”
Can someone please tell me how any of this constitutes progress? No, really. I’d love to know.