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June Cleaver: the Ultimate ANTI-FEMINIST!

Leslie Brown

I have always been in awe of June Cleaver: poised, feminine, submissive, beautiful….in fact, she’s pretty much everything most feminists are NOT!

In fact, if you were to go to my Facebook page of “Inspirational People”, or whatever it’s called, you would see JUNE right along with the likes of Condoleezza Rice, Ronald Reagan, Daniel Patrick Moynihan (do some research as to why I DO love this Democrat), Alan Keyes, Andrew Breitbart etc…

There is, I suppose, no occupation in the world which has an influence on the efficiency and happiness of the members of nearly all other occupations so continuous and so permeating as that of the working housewife and mother. (Quote by – Eleanor F. Rathbone)

Feminists have this delusion that there is no difference between the me, I have a neuroscience degree and took Anatomy and Physiology, and there ARE differences! Feminists think they are entitled to embrace any male-dominated role out there; physical constraints be danged! Combat-no problem! Never mind the fact women have practically nil in the way of upper-body strength; it would be meanypants, repressive,sexist and patriarchal to tell these “enlightened” women otherwise.

Feminism is about as close to wagging one’s finger in the face of the very God of the Universe himself as you can get and saying, “You goofed buddy, and I know better than you!”

What the feminists miss entirely is that the Bible was LIGHT YEARS ahead of the culture at the time giving women EQUAL rights to their husband in a marital capacity: I Corinthians 7:4. The wife does not have authority over her own body, but the husband does. And likewise the husband does not have authority over his own body, but the wife does.

If feminists would quit spending their time being so pi%%y about everything, they could have men’s jackets draped over their chilly shoulders, and doors opened for them. They might even like it.






Editors note: If one were to wonder why at UA we rail against liberal policies, it is because for fifty years, liberal policies have disproportionately damaged minority families. We cannot have parity in this nation while simultaneously undermining the very families with which we seek unity. ~LB

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  1. Lee Anne

    This is UN-HYPENATED AMERICA’S website, right? You should be ashamed of this post. Why bash a group of people? Why engage in liberal behavior? Why not rise above it? You are part of the problem not the solution.

    • Leslie Brown

      If no one speaks for the unborn children and that mind-set, who will? The article was meant to be tongue-in-cheek. My apologies if your were offended.

      • It really isn’t necessary to apologize for someone else’s over sensitivity. Whenever one voices their opinion, there most certainly will be a host of people who take offense–no matter what the topic. To me, their dearth of personal fortitude is more than unfortunate, it’s offensive. And so, we circle back around. 😉

        Nice editorial.

        • Leslie Brown

          Thanks man! It’s a tough battle. As a former teacher, I know humor facilitates learning, so I try to have fun with it.

  2. Corina Gaines

    Susan B. Anthony is someone I admire. As a Christian and staunch pro-life advocate, she did not stay in the home. She stirred up all kinds of trouble with men (wives are to submit to their husbands, not to all men). She was fined and never paid it, so she could be considered a criminal as well as not submitting to the government’s authority. She was a rebel with a cause and we need more of those women both in the church and out of it!

    • Leslie Brown

      Nothing mentioned about leaving the home. I’m a bit confused.

  3. J.Marshall

    I was wondering, the effectiveness of this argument? Are you trying to use scare tactics and hasty generalizations because you do not fully know about someone? I find the women in the one picture to be very pretty. You are arguing that feminists are ugly, and stupid because of certain stereotypes that you have about someone, which often shows ignorance. You may be a Neuroscientist but that does not give you the credentials to talk about Humanitarianism, it is a false authority. Don’t go against someone because of what they simply believe. It is very rude and immature. And as for Todd above, your argument it invalid, because, where exactly do you get that the woman is over sensitive? You as well are trying to prove a point by offending someone?

    • Leslie Brown

      You’re not from Watermark per chance are you?

  4. J.Marshall

    I’m sorry, but I am not.

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