Phyllis Schlafly

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Anti feminist movement -We love manly men AND women who want to be traditional ladies without being called betrayal to our sex. Phyllis Schlafly, Modern Feminism, Anti Aging Medicine, Feminist Movement, Feminist Theory, Anti Feminist, Patriarchy, New Woman, Equality

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Really? - 3/28/14. Christie hates women; Schlafly hates women; Kansas hates women; Gays are doing better.

Mother Teresa advocated reusing hypodermic needles for the poor in her care. Margaret Sanger promoted birth control as a way to keep 'undesirable' minorities from procreating. To understand history's lionized women, we need more nuanced portraits. Phyllis Schlafly, Equal Rights Amendment, Margaret Sanger, The Things They Carried, Gender Equity, Affirmative Action, Simple Sentences, Mother Teresa

Did We Learn Everything We Need to Know About Today’s Politics in the 1970s?

Two Princeton historians teach us that actually, yes, we have been this politically divided before.

Phyllis Schlafly was not "against women's rights." She was against the feminist version of women's rights. Phyllis Schlafly, Equal Rights Amendment, Anti Feminist, Good Citizen, Reproductive Rights, Family Values, Patriarchy, Other Woman, Equality

The False Premise of the Equal Rights Amendment

The idea that the Constitution doesn’t protect equal rights for women, or that the Founders didn’t include women in their views about individual rights, is...

Born in Schlafly is an American constitutional lawyer, conservative activist, author, and founder of The Eagle Forum. Phyllis Schlafly, American Freedom, Political Views, Republican Party, Women In History, Memoirs, The Past, Interview, Politics

50 Women Who Made American Political History

As Americans mark Women's History Month, we take a look back

Phyllis Schlafly, an outspoken conservative activist who helped defeat the Equal Rights Amendment in the and founded the Eagle Forum political group, died on Sept. Phyllis Schlafly, Equal Rights Amendment, Group Work, Journalism, Current Events, Equality, Donald Trump, Politics, Hero

Phyllis Schlafly, 92, an outspoken conservative activist who helped defeat the Equal Rights Amendment in the 1970s and founded the Eagle Forum political group, died on Sept. 5, 2016.