Quoting Quiverfull: Judging Others Reproductive Choices Meanly?

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by Kelly Crawford from Generation Cedar - 7 Misconceptions About Moms of Large FamiliesEditor's note: Do people actually walk up to moms of many and say these things to their faces? I have a hard time believing that they do, except I do know that Quiverfull moms have no trouble telling people in the church with small families, either by choice or because of fertility issues, any number of very ugly judgmental things about their lack of children. Here's a thought, perhaps no one on either side needs to publicly say stupid things to each other about the number of children they have. Oh yeah, that would mean that the QF crowd would have to shut their mouths about the infertile too. … [Read more...]

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Quoting Quiverfull: Large Families Have Plenty of Individualized Time With Each Child?

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by Kelly Crawford from Generation Cedar - 7 Misconceptions About Moms of Large FamiliesEditor's note: Yes, I will agree with Kelly that the demands of a large family are different than a small family, but that's as far as I would go. My own mother was one of twelve in a Catholic QF family and to this day at age 75 still complains about the lack of attention and love of her mother because of the large family. Things like that wound and stay with you for the rest of your life. It's statistically and mathematically impossible to give as much one on one attention to one of twelve versus one of two or three. … [Read more...]

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Quoting Quiverfull: Oh No, We’re Not Quiverfull?

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by Kelly Crawford of Generation Cedar - Why I Agreed to Do a National Interview About Not Being QuiverfullEditor's note: Kelly is trying to back pedal from being Quiverfull even while she will not use birth control and has as many children as possible for the glory of God, which is actually the main definition of the Quiverfull movement, or as some folks in denial call it, the Replenishment Movement. Her immediate jump is to claim again and again that she is not Quiverfull and labels are the problem, not the twisted practices and dangerously bad theology. My Cajun great grandmother used to have a saying for times like these, "You can polish a turd, but it's still a turd." Same thing with … [Read more...]

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Not Quoting Quiverfull: The Evangelical Standard of Womanhood is Fundamentally Flawed

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Original author unknown - this is a Facebook posting quoted by Kelly Crawford at her blog Generation Cedar in her post To the Lady Who Used Guilt to Undermine Homemaking and the Titus 2 Woman.  Crawford is in high dungeon in her offended state over the words of this unidentified woman. Reposting it here because the original author has some valid points, it's not all shaming and blaming like Crawford likes to pretend that it is. … [Read more...]

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Quoting Quiverfull: The World Hates Babies?

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by Kelly Crawford from Generation Cedar - How The World's Hatred of Babies May Affect You More Than Anything ElseEditor's note: Is it ever a good idea to have a baby just because some naysayers are claiming that the world might be negatively impacted if we have less citizens? … [Read more...]

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Quoting Quiverfull: Modern Women Do Not Love Home?

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by Kelly Crawford from Generation Cedar and as quoted by Ladies Against Feminism - Why Your Children Annoy You & Homemaking is BoringEditor's note: While we're just quoting the same small section that LAF is if you go to Kelly's blog and read what this dasterdly threat to home, hearth, children and commitment is you're going to laugh. Kelly is blaming The Internet for all the troubles at home. Yes, the same 'internet' that gave her a small measure of fame and provides money to her by the sales of her books and product. This is approaching Debi Pearl and Nancy Campbell level of 'do as I say, not as I do' shaming and blaming. Shame on her. The female cultural enforcers of Quiverfull a … [Read more...]

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Quoting Quiverfull: Pampering Your Child is Not Love?

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by J.C. Ryle from his book Training Children: It Starts With Love as quoted by Kelly Crawford of Generation CedarEditor's note: Why is it that every time some Quiverfull cultural enforcer or speaker starts talking of training children that they immediately demonize the child, such as Voddie Baucham did yesterday in R.L. Stollar's 'The Child as Viper'? There's no room for simply loving your children, participating in life with your children without a constant subcontext of evil, no room for the freedom to make mistakes or learning opportunities, or those moments when you lovingly indulge your child because you love them and want to show that. It's all beat the evil out or deny that child … [Read more...]

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Quoting Quiverfull: Sheltering Your Kids From The World Because Bible?

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by Kelly Crawford from Generation Cedar - Is it Right to Shelter Our Children?Editor's note: Crawford is trying to compare sending your children to public school as something similar to allowing your child free access to 'porn'. Very bad analogy and straight up Evangelical fear mongering. Logic fail 101. … [Read more...]

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Quoting Quiverfull: So Victim Shaming/Blaming is Something Jesus Loves?

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by Kelly Crawford on her blog Generation Cedar - Homeschool 'Victim' Shares Her StoryKelly takes a shameful dig at Cynthia Jeub and all adults that suffered abuse in their homeschooling environment before linking to another victim blamer friend Olivia Brodock of Teaching Good Things. Olivia doesn't name Cynthia or anyone else, but it's pretty obvious who she means since Cynthia's story has been so prominently featured during that time. This is clearly in response to Cynthia. Classy, Kelly, classy. Classy, Olivia, especially you using Homescoolers Anonymous own graphic in your unfunny parody. How Christian. I bet Jesus is just soo proud of you for this one.  … [Read more...]

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Quoting Quiverfull: Flippantly Avoiding Babies?

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by Kelly of Generation Cedar - Are You Going to Have More Babies?Make sure you visit the original article to read the conversation between the author and her five year old daughter. Just like my daughter counsels women each week who are contemplating abortion, urging them to consider that the life inside them is no mistake and is depending on them to give it a … [Read more...]

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