‘Sarrah Le Marquand, an Australian feminist and the editor-in-chief of “Stellar” magazine. In a piece penned for Sydney’s “Daily Telegraph,” Le Marquand argues that female parents of school-aged children should be legally required to enter the workforce and get a job.
That’s right: a philosophy that once demanded more rights for women now demands more restrictions. Men are free to work or to choose to stay home with their children. Women should be denied that choice, for the good of womankind. The ultimate goal of feminism is for women to have no choices except for those permitted them by society’s elites’
We’re in the Twilight Zone folks.
How did Nazi Propaganda attract women during the Nazi reign?
Nazi propaganda, that was aimed towards younger women, was extremely effective at appealing to the German women’s emotions. Nazi Propaganda attracted young German Women by making them believe that they were the “mothers” of the German nation. Nazi propaganda also appealed to women because it gave them a certain sense of independence and allowed them to be the “up-bringers” of the new government and national sense of identity that the Nazi regime was attempting to put in place. The Nazis held mass speeches and produced infinite propaganda that was directed towards the German women. Altogether, though the Nazis held women in a lower opinion, the Nazis gave the women of Germany a sense of belonging to the new Nazi government.
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Into the Darkness : An Uncensored Report from Inside the Third Reich at War
by Lothrop Stoddard
Chapter 13: Women of the Third Reich
The leader of the women’s wing of the Nazi regime is Frau Gertrud Scholtz-Klink,  who set forth that aspect of the Third Reich in an interview she gave me. This conversation came as the climax to several studies I had made of various women’s activities under the guidance of purposeful lady subordinates. Those manifold activities are managed by the Reichsfrauenfuehrung, a compound word which means the Directing Center of German Women’s organizations. The combined membership of these societies totals fully 16,000,000. From this central point in Berlin, directive guidance reaches out to every portion of the Reich.
It was a bitter mid-winter afternoon when I hopped from my taxi and scurried for the entrance of national headquarters, an extensive building situated in Berlin’s…
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