“Girl Defined” Sisters use Beauty to Promote Hate & Intolerance Online

“Girl Defined” Sisters use Beauty to Promote Hate & Intolerance Online May 28, 2019
Bethany Beal and Kristen Clark founders of “Girl Defined” Facebook

Sisters Kristen Clark and Bethany Beal have become viral sensations that push a conservative Christian lifestyle to impressable young women. The sisters run a website and YouTube page that hosts tips on dating, sex, marriage, and the woman’s role in society. Through their platforms, the women spread a message of intolerance of cultural norms and the need for women to submit in marriages.

In 2014, Kristen Clark and Bethany Beal launched a ministry for young Christian Women called “Girl Defined.” According to their website, the sisters started their ministry after failing in the modeling industry.

For the past five years, the sisters have authored three books, launched a YouTube channel, and host annual conferences teaching women to embrace their Biblical role in the world. The two are tall, blonde, and attractive which draws viewers into their world.

On their website, the women share their reasons for launching their ministry,

“Since launching GirlDefined Ministries in 2014, our goal has always been the same – to help modern girls understand and live out God’s timeless truth for womanhood. In a day and age when girls and women receive so many conflicting messages about their value, purpose, and identity, they desperately need to know that the only one who can define them is the One who created them.

Through our blogs, videos, conferences, and online webinars, we are building an online “sisterhood” where girls and women can find the encouragement and answers they’re searching for.”

Today the women have amassed a large following on YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram. Their YouTube channel has more than 147,000 subscribers and 11 million views.

According to the sisters, they grew up in a large family in Texas. The women adhere to fundamental Christian beliefs that women belong in the home, marriage is only between a man and women, gender is assigned by God, feminism is toxic, and sex before marriage is wrong.

Despite their popularity, their YouTube page is not monetized. Instead, the women use their videos to promote and sell their books. They have authored three books for young women that help with dating, sexuality, and love.

In each video, the women share Bible verses and read passages from their books. They then direct viewers to purchase their book and visit their website.

When they aren’t promoting their books, the women are pushing their annual conference. Each year the sisters host a two-day event in Texas for the modern Christian woman.

Perhaps most alarming is that the women use their platforms to spread messages of hate that appeared packaged in loving Christian bows. In a quick review of their website, Without a Crystal Ball uncovered numerous blogs that are homophobic, transphobic, and sexist.

For example, the women are decidedly against any sexuality that deviates from the heterosexual “norm.” In earlier posts, the women were more vocal about their detest. However, a backlash from the media caused the sisters to soften their message while still remaining hateful.

In a blog post titled, “Same-Sex Attraction and the Christian Girl,” Kristen writes:

“This might come as a shock to some Christians, but the Bible does not support, value, uphold or accept the homosexual lifestyle in any way. You can’t find a single verse in the Bible that praises, encourages, or accepts that lifestyle as natural or good.”

Kristen concludes the post by writing:

“No matter how long you’ve struggled with same-sex attraction, it does not have to define you.

Your battle is ultimately a battle of sin and the flesh just like mine. It’s a battle of faith. It’s a battle of surrender. It’s a battle of trusting in Christ so deeply and fully that His transforming grace becomes sufficient for your struggle.”

Next, the women take aim at the transgender community.

Kristen writes in a blog post, “Transgenderism: Is it Possible to Change Your Gender?

“God is our Creator. He is the final authority. He defines who we are, not the other way around.

No matter how many surgeries a person gets, how much makeup they wear, and how much they change their clothes, they cannot change who God created them to be.

A man born a male will always be a male, no matter what he does to his body. A woman born a female will always be a female, no matter what she does to her body.

She continues,

So is it possible for a person to change their gender?

In short, no. It’s not authentically possible.

Changing your physical identity does not change your gender identity. It only masks the reality of who God created you to be.

When a person tries to change their God-given sexual identity, they are saying, “I don’t care what God thinks. I’m going to define my life the way I want to. What I think and feel is truth for Me.”

Kristen and Bethany also have strong beliefs about marriage and a woman’s role in society. Neither sister lived outside their parent’s home before marriage. Additionally, they did have their first kiss or sex until they were married. Bethany married last year at age 30, and due to her choices, often seems emotionally stunted and immature.

In a blog post addressing submission in marriage Biblical Submission: What it is and What it isn’t, Kristen writes,

In my marriage with Zack, I practically live out Biblical submission by viewing Zack as our family’s team leader. We are both active team players, but he has been appointed as the “captain” by God’s design. As the captain, Zack is ultimately responsible to God for leading our family with vision, passion, and purpose. He is responsible for the direction and goals of our family, as well as the spiritual discipleship of those under him (Eph. 5:25-27, Joshua 24:15).

As team players, we both offer ideas, input, concerns, goals, counsel, prayers, etc. — but in the end, I willingly allow Zack to make the final decision for our family. I choose to defer to his leadership. I choose to respect the position that God has appointed him to have. Rather than competing for the “captain” position, I encourage Zack as our leader and cheer him.

The sisters believe that women should not work outside the home. In fact, they teach young girls the importance of being a homemaker and mother:

“Marriage, motherhood, and homemaking may be old-fashioned in some people’s eyes, but they’re honorable in God’s eyes (Ps. 127:3–5; Prov. 18:22; 31:10–31).”

Kristen Clark continues,

“In a culture where families are growing increasingly dysfunctional and broken, full-time moms are desperately needed. Nurturing homes are needed. New York City can attest to that.

I pray we, as Christian girls, will see the value and worth that intentional motherhood and homemaking provides to society. In God’s eye, motherhood is a noble and worthy aspiration to have.”

Finally, to drive home the point that women belong in the home, the sisters often slam feminism.

In a blog post titled, Why Feminism and Christianity Can’t Mix, Kristen Clark writes:

“The man and the woman were created by God to be equal in value but different in roles. God didn’t design us to be the same. He didn’t design us to do all the same things. He created one male and one female with differing roles and jobs.

Kristen continues,

He created two different genders on purpose and for a purpose.

Most feminists aren’t too fond of God’s design for gender.

They don’t like the idea of the man being dubbed as the primary leader, initiator, and provider. They don’t like the idea of Eve being created as a helper to Adam.

Feminism has rejected God as the ultimate authority for life and instead placed herself on the throne. The god of feminism pridefully says, “I know better than God and will live out my womanhood how I think is best.”

With a significant social media presence, Bethany and Kristen spread outdated and hateful messages to impressionable young women. They encourage intolerance of the LGBTQ+, slam female equality, and promote a misogynistic belief that women are only valuable as mothers and homemakers.

Their transphobic vlogs and blogs are all active and found on Facebook and YouTube. With many platforms cracking down on alt-right messages, these two should be the next to be banned from these platforms.

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  • 1) I like having a few glasses of wine and watching their ridiculous drivel on YouTube. I love how these loving sisters can’t pass up any opportunity to throw shade at one another.

    2) I never could stomach the whole “biblical manhood and womanhood” garbage when it was taught to my friends and me at church in 1988 (I was 18). It didn’t make sense to me because I literally didn’t fit the description of how I was supposedly designed by God as female. As I grew older and learned more about gender identity, I realized I don’t have a gender identity outside whatever my body actually looks like – that I could wake up in a man’s body and not care except that I would need new clothes, would have to learn some other hygiene practices, and everyone in my life would have to figure out how to relate to me as I would look different. I am not making light of gender identity, I was just surprised that I don’t have one. And if these ladies would study science, they might learn that sexuality and gender are more on a spectrum rather than strictly binary.

    3) What’s their problem with NYC? There are so many cool things to do in the city!

  • Nea

    I was just wondering that myself. Why is NYC a bigger indicator of broken homes than, say, LA? Or even more accurately, any big city in a strongly conservative state, considering that the highest rate of divorce is among evangelicals? According to a USA Today article from this March listing the city with the highest divorce rate per state, Newport AK has the highest divorce rate in the country at 24.1%.

  • Raging Bee

    So…what if God created someone intersex? Would these girls admit that’s God’s plan and we should all respect that?

  • Raging Bee

    They probably have ZERO knowledge of NYC other than the crime-ridden hellhole depicted in “Escape from New York.”

  • adhoc

    ”…would have to learn some other hygiene practices,…”

    Hygiene? What’s that? Asking for all dudes.

  • Raging Bee

    No proper Christian lady would EVER study science. That’s both un-Biblical and un-ladylike.

  • adhoc

    ”He created two different genders on purpose and for a purpose.”

    That’s weird, considering that most reproduction on the planet is not sexual reproduction.

  • lesne-licho

    That’s kinda ironic that they are desperately trying to make contact with outer world, validate themselves and keep a purpose in life making all those videos and books. Though woman place is in home, no business in sinful Web…

  • I wondered that too, but they would probably mutter something about sin or Satan and try to change the subject.

  • Guess that’s why I couldn’t be a proper Christian then – it makes sense now!

  • Lol idk I am just happy that my 17 year old son showers regularly now

  • From a biological standpoint, gender differences in Homo sapiens are small. Of course, conservative Christians would know science if it kissed them on the lips outside of marriage. They just hate.

  • They really do hate! These women are horrid

  • I had the same thoughts

  • johnsoncatman

    I don’t see what “beauty” has to do with either of these two. Do they consider themselves “beautiful”?

  • frostysnowman

    So women shouldn’t work? But THEY work! They work when they make videos and write books, and they definitely work OUTSIDE the home when they host their conferences. I will never understand women like this, and even more so the women who follow them and support their “ministries”.

  • (((J_Enigma32)))

    Some guys might find them attractive. They just don’t do it for me; they look too plastic and fake. Something about them just strikes me as phony, and I can’t quite put my finger on it; it’s like much of Evangelical society, actually, given that everything about Evangelicalism is about maintaining appearances and nothing more.

    Of course, all the physical attractiveness in the world doesn’t take away from just how hideous they are under all that Plasticine and Botox.

    He created two different genders on purpose and for a purpose.

    He’s a terribly bad designer. For instance, all the atavistic organs that we don’t need; how dangerous it is to give birth, and how our immune systems actually lead to only the most aggressive forms of cancer surviving long enough to life. Or how horrifying some of these parasites are. And yes, yes, I’m sure there’s a theological hand-wave somewhere, but wheel out the pseudo-science babble from the Gold Age of Sci-Fi, since that shit at least tries, unlike “Theobabble,” which just amounts to, “Cuz the Bible says so.”

    So not only is God evil for promoting the marriage of underage girls as soon as they have their menarche (thanks, Larry Solomon) he’s fucking inept, too. Why the hell do you people worship this pathetic entity again?

    Oh, yeah. Because everything he wants conveniently dovetails into what you want. I wonder why that is (no, I really don’t. I know exactly why that is).

    In a culture where families are growing increasingly dysfunctional and broken, full-time moms are desperately needed.

    If you want full-time moms, stop promoting political agendas that don’t pay them for the full-time work they do. Not everyone is as White as you are, girls.

    So is it possible for a person to change their gender?

    In short, no. It’s not authentically possible.

    “Authentically possible?” What kind of absolute gibberish is this? Something is either possible or it isn’t; I have no idea what “authentically possible” might even mean, since authenticity is typically a post-postmodern term employed to describe fucking art, of all things.

    Gender is a fluid and malleable social construct, determined by society. Can it be changed? It can be if the person determines it is. I don’t know what conservatives like these have against individualism. You’d think that they would support individual choice, but that clearly isn’t the case. In fact, I don’t think that’s ever been the case; these folks are toxic collectivists cut from the same mold as Stalin and his Bolsheviks — and for extra fun and game, the Bolsheviks banned homosexuality as well, because it was seen as a product of the “Bourgeois”, also known as “the elites.”

  • Robert Serrano

    Apparently, they went into modelling and were repulsed that the industry has some less-than-wholesome aspects. Basically, they started out wanting to trade on their physical appearance, didn’t like it, and then decided to moralize to everyone else. Because if they didn’t like it, no one should like it.

  • it’s pretty wild when you think about – the dripping hypocrisy and irony

  • Trellia

    What about clownfish, that can change sex over time so that the biggest one is the female to lay the most eggs? What about some reptile eggs that will hatch males or females depending on the temperature?

  • Wisdom, Justice, Love

    Beat me to it.
    Women working is wrong.
    But they have authored books and run a YT channel, AFTER they couldn’t break into modeling; I mean after god didn’t want them to become models (His plan, not mine). Notice god’s plan for women to support the “team lead” never involves them giving the book deals or YT channels.

  • Wisdom, Justice, Love

    But very fond with witches. Get her!!!

  • I wouldn’t be surprised if they whip out the old “Everything was perfect until Adam and Eve sinned!” line.

  • I wonder how true they are to their own “Husband is the surrogate God” line. I can’t help but think of Phyllis Schafly, who pushed antifeminism, including the idea that women belonged in the home, while having a very successful public career doing so.

  • Lucy

    And of course, if they’re putting out things like makeup tips and whatnot, they’re still trading on physical appearance. They’re just pretending not to.

  • Didn’t one of these girls say that being a thirty year old virgin on her wedding night wasn’t awkward at all? Because maybe she did/didn’t have sex with her new husband…?

  • Random_Lurker

    Looks like a classic case of “failed at the mainstream version, will exploit gullible Christians instead.”

  • Ingeborg Nordén

    Let’s see…I’m (1) repulsed by the idea of having sex at all (hetero or not); (2) happily unmarried; (3) too disabled for homemaking OR child care; and (4) following a non-Biblical religion. There’ll be a blizzard in Muspellheim before any of those change.

  • Lisa Cybergirl

    Or the occasional lady reptile who lays fertile eggs without any contribution from a gentleman reptile?

  • Lisa Cybergirl

    They look like they were spontaneously generated from skim milk.

  • Wisdom, Justice, Love

    Watched the video
    Odd how often they call themselves “girls”.
    How many kids do they have? Are they fulfilling the plan god has for them to reproduce? How long have they been married?
    Likely it is a case of not having real life experience to “offer consultation” on being a girl/woman/female. Something tells me they have received a ton of privilege, from god of course, not their church community. Let’s go listen to the seven year old “preacher” offer advice for life.

    I can’t wait to hear all their advice once THEIR children leave the teen years.

  • Lucy

    And I’m pretty sure fish (most fish, at any rate) don’t have gender-differentiated brains, so by anthropomorphic standards they are universally nonbinary*, but they do have the genitalia of either a male or female. And that would make sense, given some fish change their sex a lot.

    *I’m pretty sure that with most animals, I am able to guess what sex they are, when I do do it (like with dogs, say, at times), because their gender expression is distinct in some ways that are hard to describe, yet, on some, though not all, occasions, easily identifiable, but I’ve never noticed such a pattern among fish – there’s like a sameness to them in some ways which makes me think they don’t have neurological gender differentiation at all, only sex differences in genitalia.

  • Joyce

    Please tell me this is sarcasm. I can’t tell.

  • Allison the Great

    They’d say that we live in a fallen world and we should still live by Gawd’s design, all the while forgetting that if Gawd doesn’t make mistakes as they claim he doesn’t, the intersex person is still Gawd’s design.

  • Allison the Great

    I agree with you about not having a gender identity. Femininity means nothing to me.

    Also, I’ve read their blog, but I’ve never seen their videos. These women come off as so shallow (biblical manhood and womanhood is a shallow concept, it’s all only paying attention to outward appearances) and I see them as mannequins. Seeing/hearing them talk would freak me out. I didn’t know they were always throwing shade at each other.

  • Allison the Great

    They have about as much personality as skim milk.

  • Joanna Chen

    They would probably say something horrible, like the child is the result of the mother sinning before marriage or something. Remember, god doesn’t make mistakes, so if something out of the ordinary happens, it’s because of sinful sinners sinning…

  • Joanna Chen

    Reptiles are the descendants of the snake in the garden of Eden, that’s why they’re so f*cked up. LOL. Just kidding, I love reptiles, they’re so cool.

  • Ouch.

  • Cozmo the Magician

    “The sisters believe that women should not work outside the home” Says them as they go to a venue to get paid for telling women not to do what they do. LMFAO.. Hypocrisy much?

  • Cozmo the Magician

    Maybe they are cause by ‘SATAN’, or Islam, or beer bought on Sunday, or Comic books, or Beatles albums, or… Oh FFS.. these people are just scammers scamming the clueless.

  • Cozmo the Magician

    Nah, they CHOSE to be born that way…

  • Cozmo the Magician

    I always love how fundie nuts say that ‘gay is not “NATURAL” and “Against GOD”‘ and yet sooo many species have gays. Everything from fruit flies to fish. Gay sex is ALL OVER the animal world.

    Oh, maybe that explains the bad stuff that happens in the bible belt. Yup when those bible buts say ‘God is gonna strike down the gays’ god was aiming at the gay mosquitoes in the South, because there are probably more of them than gay humans in Los Angeles.

  • Cozmo the Magician

    But, but, ummm.. they are not ‘WORKING’ they are ‘SPREADING GOD’S WORD’

  • Cozmo the Magician

    yeah, seems anybody with even 1/4 of a brain can see the hypocrisy in action. Just not the idiots that buy their shit.

  • Cozmo the Magician

    Somebody should tell them that the internet is a tool of SATAN.

  • Cozmo the Magician

    “What’s their problem with NYC?” They were stuck at home and never go to Yankee Stadium (; Or eat a hotdog at Nathan’s. Or stand at the top of the Empire State Building. Or see the Statue of Liberty. Or listen to Sinatra.

    The list of awesomeness from NYC is endless.

  • Cozmo the Magician

    click Bee’s history… and you will figure it out O_o.

  • Cozmo the Magician

    Is it June yet? Must be time for me to bathe.

  • Cozmo the Magician

    Hey, wait a JUST A MIN!!!! That was only ONE part of NYC that was turned into a penal colony. Not the whole city. And a REALLY STILL hate that people assume NY is JUST NYC. There is a whole damn STATE connected to the city. Go anywhere in the damn world and tell somebody you are from New York and they just assume you are from NYC. Unless it is feetball time and some people hear of Buffalo. /rant off

  • Cozmo the Magician

    Virus? Nope, I checked my computer before telling you gay sex is bad. (:

  • Cozmo the Magician

    God has a ‘Perfect Plan’ for you. But just in case… here is how to use eyeliner…

    My even just can’t

  • Snakeheaded Banshee

    I like how god suddenly doesn’t want them to work only after they were unable to make bank off their overtly artifice yet perfectly average looks, so now they’re “not working” by telling other women not to work, shaddup, and have babies.
    Apparently women only have top value if they are extraordinarily pretty, otherwise their value lies in telling other women what to do and reproducing. We can do three things! That’s it, and guess what, they all necessitate being pleasing to sexist men’s sensibilities, and only one thing doesn’t have a serious shelf life.

  • Snakeheaded Banshee

    Talked with a customer from NYC last week who admitted that when she runs out of ideas for things to do she asks city visitors because she tends to forget there’s a whole big city of wonder outside her home borough. We laughed about it and agreed that any place can become like a small town if you always run in the same circles, and do the same things– work, shop, eat, laundry– every day.

  • Joyce

    Ha. Thanks.

  • Cozmo the Magician

    “where the hell am I?” “You can’t there from here.”

  • Raging Bee

    Sorry, yes, it is sarcasm.

  • Joyce

    Oh, please don’t apologize! I’m so happy to have found someone from my tribe!

  • Robert Serrano

    They do sort of inhabit the ‘uncanny valley,’ don’t they? Every time I see them, it’s like everything they say and do is insincere. It’s just kind of off-putting.

    I know some people love that whole “I’m non-judgmentally judging the hell out of you” routine, but I just find it obnoxious. It’s like the “mean girls” from high school sort of grew up, but not really, and have found new, more mature-seeming ways of looking down their noses at everyone else in the world.

  • Robert Serrano

    If they stuck to makeup tips and whatnot, I don’t think anyone would know who they are.

  • desertrose

    You mention parasites. Honestly, learning about the existence of Tarantula Wasps was a huge step in my deconversion from Christianity and subsequent disbelief in the concept of a Christian God. I just couldn’t believe something so awful could have been created by an omnibenevolent god. Weird that this should be the tipping point, knowing all the other horrible things that happen in life, but this just seemed too truly awful. I also agree that they have that “look” about them that I associate with Fundamentalists, which I personally find to be exceedingly unattractive.

  • phatkhat

    Like Lori Alexander, Phyllis Schlafly, and innumerable others, all that wifely shit is for other women. They are different. LOL.

  • phatkhat

    I think the younger one is pretty. The older one looks like a typical Southern Steel Magnolia, LOL. Mean as sin and judgemental of everyone else.

  • phatkhat

    Well, I’d bet money her new hubs wasn’t a virgin, LOL. So, being experienced, he might have made it not awkward. Who cares?

  • Ruth Anastacia Adamcik

    It depends. The beauty community on YouTube is both big (with followers in the millions) and small (the gossip that goes on -sheesh!). A pair of blond sisters might find their niche.

  • Ruth Anastacia Adamcik

    You should check out the videos on YouTube that Mr. Atheist does about these two. They’re good!

  • Robert Serrano

    True. I’m largely basing it on the fact that their main following comes from their “holy holy pure girl” garbage, rather than their makeup tips. So, I’ll change it to “If they just stuck to beauty blogging, I don’t think anyone would care about them.” Sure, they’d probably find an audience, but without the destructive, judgmental aspect, I doubt they’d get a second look from anyone not looking for makeup tips and the like.

  • Ruth Anastacia Adamcik

    That is true. Thank you for your thoughtful reply! There are beauty/lifestyle channels who do combine religious nonsense with their other, more secular videos, though. One example is the “Sarah Therese” channel. She’s 23/24 with 3 very young kids and a minimalist, “crunchy granola” home. I used to follow her channel until she decided to use it as a fundy Christian platform that teaches young, vulnerable women that their only worth is that of a housewife who keeps a perfect home and as a sex and baby machine for their husbands.

  • Robert Serrano

    The idea of a hard-core Christian Beauty blogger, just seems totally incongruous to me. Makeup seems to be a terribly wordly thing, which I would think would be anathema to them. And yet here they are. Granted, I’m not a Christian, so I’m probably missing something. But I seem to recall a whole slew of shaming from Christians for women who used makeup.

  • Ruth Anastacia Adamcik

    This happens in very hard-core Christian sects. I had a Plymouth Brethren meeting house down the street from where I used to live, and the women did not wear makeup. However, I can understand your thoughts on this. It seems that many fundy women have to look nice for their husbands; so, they have to wear makeup and style their hair everyday – like the women in the Duggar family. As if they didn’t have enough to do with caring for the house (by themselves until their daughters are old enough to take over so Mom can spit out more babies) and the children. /Insert eyeroll here/

  • Reddazrael

    “I don’t care what God thinks. I’m going to define my life the way I want to. What I think and feel is truth for Me.”

    Gotta admit, I’m not seeing the problem with this statement.

    Feminism has rejected God as the ultimate authority for life and instead placed herself on the throne. The god of feminism pridefully says, “I know better than God and will live out my womanhood how I think is best.”

    I’m still not seeing the problem.

    Maybe my glasses prescription needs adjusting.

    Seriously, though. As far as I’ve ever been able to tell, God is a giant dick who wouldn’t know benevolence if you socked him in the clouds with it. Why do people follow this religion? It’s never made sense to me, ever. God says he’s all-loving and whatnot, and then murders people by the truckloads. To me the Bible feels like a giant troll experiment, like someone said to themselves, “Let’s see how abusive we can make this character and still fool people into thinking he’s the good guy,” and a lot of humanity has failed the test.

    And that explains why so many Christians follow people like this. They can’t recognize abusive behaviour because they’ve been experiencing it for so long it all seems normal.

  • B.E. Miller

    They are like Serena Joy.

  • “The women adhere to fundamental Christian beliefs that women belong in the home, marriage is only between a man and women…”

    Marriage is between a man and how many women? “women” is plural; “woman” is singular.