What I’d Like to See From Hollywood

How about a strong female lead that isn't 'evil' or a 'princess'?

by Kristen Rosser cross posted from blog Wordgazer's Words This week I came across an interesting article, We're Losing All Our Strong Female Characters to Trinity Syndrome.  The author, Tasha Robinson, names this Hollywood phenomenon after the female character "Trinity" in The Matrix: [T]he Strong Female Character With Nothing To Do [like Valka in DreamWorks’ How To Train Your Dragon 2] is becoming more and more common. The Lego Movie is the year’s other most egregious and frustrating example. It introduces its female lead, Elizabeth Banks’ Wyldstyle, as a beautiful, super-powered, super-smart, ultra-confident heroine who’s appalled by how dumb and hapless protagonist … [Read more...]

Patriarcal Ideas in Modern Culture: Devaluing Fatherhood?

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New feature for NLQ. When Patriarchy shows up in a news story as the accepted believe system in culture we'll be posting the details here. Bolded for emphasis. From The Huffington Post:   Someone isn't going to win Father of the Year. A prominent sports radio host told listeners that Mets player Daniel Murphy, who missed the first two games of the season, should have played ball instead of being with his wife and newborn son. … [Read more...]

News: Petition Asks Gender Role Group to Repent

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reposted from ABP News Please consider signing the petition. A 2010 petition being recycled at Change.org claims that an organization based at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary emphasizes wifely submission over the gospel. … [Read more...]

The Logical Fallacy of “Equal But Subordinate”

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by Kristen Rosser cross posted from her blog Wordgazer's Words Julie Anne over at Spiritual Sounding Board has drawn the blogosphere's attention this week to an article that the Council for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood ("CBMW") posted in its Spring 2006 Journal entitled "Relationships and Roles in the New Creation," written by Mark David Walton. Spiritual Sounding Board put up its first post on this dated March 12, 2014, and the CBMW has since removed this article from its website.  However, this screen shot captures the withdrawn article. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Reexamining Traditional Gender Roles Emasculates Men?

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from Ladies Against Feminism - "Free To Be... You and Me" Emasculated Men Nineteen seventy-four was a grim year in the history of the Republic. An embargo had quadrupled the price of oil and touched off an energy crisis so severe that the state of Oregon banned Christmas lights as wasting energy. The president of the United States seemed to have taken part in a criminal conspiracy that would soon lead to his resignation. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Communicating Respect?

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by Jennifer Flanders from her blog Loving Life At Home - 25 Ways to Communicate Respect What does respectful living look like? Here are 25 ways you can communicate respect to your spouse without uttering a word. If you’ll make it your habit to do these things, the next time you tell your husband how much you respect him, he won’t have to wonder if you really mean it. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Women Don’t Belong in the Military at All?

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by Vaughn Ohlman from his blog The Practical Theonomist in response to LAF's claiming that women are being forced into combat positions in the US Military. A Design Flaw I was conversing over on NLQ with a woman about the issue of women in the military, and whether or not they should be in combat. Since it is my view that women shouldn’t be in the military at all, I don’t really have a dog in that hunt. I was primarily there to correct a false impression that some seemed to have, namely that Ladies Against Feminism, and people like myself, were Ok with women in the military, … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Soft Godly Answers to Everything?

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by Nancy Campbell of Above Rubies -What's Your Answer? We give answers all day long, don't we? Sometimes they are answers to questions; other times they are reactions to the words and deeds of our husband and children. What kind of answers do we give? Answers of wisdom? Answers of kindness? A soft answer when facing anger? Or do we give reactionary answers? Frustrating answers? Angry answers? Impatient answers? … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: What Girls Should Study?

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by Anna Sophia and Elizabeth Botkin of Visionary Daughters written to promote the Botkin family's newest money-making webinar "Ready For Real Life" - The Top 10 Things Girls Should Study (but rarely do) Economics and Business – In Proverbs 31, even the virtuous woman’s wisdom and kindness are not praised as frequently as her business acumen, industry, and economic profitability, which is why we believe these are some of the most feminine things a Christian woman can study. (Yes, feminine.) … [Read more...]

Fascinating Womanhood Review: Putting Him First

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by Samantha cross posted from her blog Defeating the Dragons I’m just going to leap head-first into this chapter, “Make him Number One”: A man wants a woman who will place him at the top of his priority list, not second but first. He wants to be the kingpin around which all other activities of her life revolve. … [Read more...]


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