Quoting Quiverfull: Evangelical Complimentarianism is Run Amok?

by Janie B. Cheaney at World magazine and as quoted by Ladies Against Feminism - Upside-Down HeadshipEditor's note: Let the records show that once in a century or two the ladies at LAF don't immediately go for the sickest most dysfunctional take on all things purported to be Biblical. But starting with the victim-blaming sort of almost cancels out the good in this bit on how men aren't supposed to be petty tyrants because Bible. The original author finished up the piece by also bemoaning the fact that many of these women walk away from faith when they walk away from Mr. Petty Tyrant. … [Read more...]

NLQ Question of the Week: Why Are Most Quiverfull Lifestyle Enforcers Female?

This is a new series we’re going to start running on Thursday evening posts. Examining some of the questions involving long held Quiverfull theology and life.One of the things both Vyckie Garrison and I have written about and discussed extensively is the odd fact that most of the cultural enforcers of the Christian Patriarch Movement and Quiverfull have been the women. You have Nancy Campbell, Debi Pearl, Mary Pride, Michelle Duggar, … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: To That Girl Who Just Broke Off Her Courtship

by Vaughn Ohlman from True Love Doesn't WaitTrigger warning: Hard core patriarchal views that may make your nauseous! [The following post is purely fictional. No reference to any specific living person should be implied.]Ok, so you broke it off with what’s-his-name. That guy that, a few days or weeks ago you plastered all over your Facebook wall and spent dizzying hours telling your girlfriends about. We all understand why you did it. The guy turned out to be a jerk. From so far away we can’t tell exactly what kind of jerk, and you have very properly not cared to share that all over your Facebook page, but a jerk of some sort. There are so many types of jerks, but  he was one of them … [Read more...]

Fascinating Womanhood Review: The Rights of the Leader

by Samantha cross posted from her blog Defeating the Dragons Helen really takes the cake in this chapter. Which, if you notice, she pulled a bit of a bait-and-switch on us. In the last chapter, she described one of the masculine roles as the “guide,” but if you notice above, this chapter is called “The Leader.” Which, honestly, I wasn’t too thrilled with “guide,” either, but it’s certainly a sight better than Leader. This chapter is quite long, so I’m going to break it down into at least two posts, maybe as many as three. But, let’s get started. … [Read more...]


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