Quoting Quiverfull: Anti-Gun Culture Reason To Homeschool?

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by Mary Pride of Homeschool World on Facebook Today's reason to homeschool: hysteria over a tiny plastic "gun" that is shorter than my thumb. Is it clear by now that it's the very concept of guns *in the hands of civilians* that schools are trying to eradicate? … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Michelle Duggar’s Baby Holocaust?

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Michelle Duggar of TLC's Duggar Family in The Hollywood Gossip The conservative Christian star of the hit TLC show 19 Kids and Counting told a pro-life crowd in Austin that she is against abortion, to put it mildly. … [Read more...]

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Pill – Part 2

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by Samantha cross posted from  her blog Defeating The Dragons Part 1 is here. Put in incredibly simple terms, hormonal birth control works thusly: Step 1 : it prevents ovulation. “Ovulation,” for the uninitiated, is when a mature egg is released from the ovary and become available for fertilization. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Raising Men Not Wimps?

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by Nancy Campbell of Above Rubies - Do You Have Sons? As he was nearing death, David encouraged his son, Solomon with these words, "Be thou strong therefore, and show thyself a man" (1 Kings 2:2). The HCSB translation says, "Be strong and be courageous like a man." I like the Knox Version. Wherever it talks about being strong and courageous, he translates it, "Play the man." In other words, to act like a man means to be strong and courageous. … [Read more...]

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Pill, Part 1

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by Samantha cross posted from her blog Defeating The Dragons When I was fourteen, I was diagnosed with Poly Cystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). To cut a very long, and a very awkward, story short, hormonal birth control (also known as “the Pill”) is the only known treatment for it. It’s not a cure, but it works to mitigate the suffering for a lot of women who suffer with PCOS. But it’s the only treatment [edit: occasionally, blood sugar problems can be a part of PCOS, but not always, in my case it is not], because of how it works and what it does, but I’ll get to that in a bit tomorrow. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Navel Gazing Teens?

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by Scott Brown of The Marriage Blog and Ladies Against Feminism - The Problem With 17 Year-Olds Who Hang Around 17 Year-Olds Time Magazine recently came out with an article,“The New Greatest Generation”, contending that the idea of seventeen year olds hanging out with seventeen-year olds is a bad idea. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Practicing For Divorce?

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by Vaughn Ohlman of Persevero News - Practice For Divorce Our modern society… including the church, has implemented forms of getting married that are, literally, practice for divorce. Oh, they don’t go by that name, but they follow that pattern, they implement those principles. … [Read more...]

Saturday News Links – July 6, 2013

  Pat Robertson says something insulting and anti-woman again. This time involving the Marines - http://www.christianpost.com/news/pat-robertson-says-marine-training-was-easy-for-him-but-im-not-a-lady-98321/#QRffoyZtCWPbkm56.99 … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Why Have Babies?

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by Candice Watters from the Boundless blog and Ladies Against Feminism We live in a world where people take great pains and lots of pills to prevent babies when they don't want them, and spare no expense to get them when they do. According to our culture, babies before you want them are an accident, mistake or crisis — a result of a birth control failure. And if you can't have them naturally when you decide you're ready, … [Read more...]

Fascinating Womanhood Review: The Ideal Woman

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by Samantha cross posted from her blog Defeating The Dragons This chapter is titled “The Ideal Woman: From a Man’s Point of View,” making sure, in case we forgot, that women’s lives need to revolve around men, and there’s also plenty of “if you don’t do what I tell you to, your husband will never love you” to go around. This is the chapter where she explains two terms that Helen will be using throughout the book: “angelic qualities,” and “human qualities.” There’s even an amazing little diagram at the end of the chapter: … [Read more...]


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