Women Who Make the World Worse and How Their Radical Feminist Assault Is
Ruining Our Families, Military Schools, and Sports By KATE O'BEIRNE
"THE MODERN WOMEN'S MOVEMENT IS TOTALITARIAN IN ITS METHODS, RADICAL
IN ITS AIMS, AND DISHONEST IN ITS ADVOCACY."
"The gender warriors clearly benefited when their demonised enemy proved to
have no stomach for the fight.
Men certainly weren't charmed into submission.
The shrill feminists who made men the enemy took shrewd advantage of the
fact that men hate arguing with women. They love their mothers, sisters,
wives, and daughters. They want to please the women in their lives, and many
men naively believed that giving feminists what they wanted would send them
happily on their way.
Because radical feminists specialize in a moral intimidation that declares
men guilty as a class, OTHER WOMEN HAVE TO TAKE ON THE WOMEN WHO MAKE THE
In these pages you'll meet not only the women, fawned over by the media, who
make the world worse but the truly courageous women who make the world
better by defending our schools, families, military, and sports from the
1 How Radical Feminists Have Weakened the Family
2 Day Care Good; Mother Bad
3 Skirting the Truth-Lies About Wages, Discrimination, and Harassment
4 In the Classroom. Boys Will Be Girls
5 Spoil Sports-Boys Benched
6 G. I. Janes
7 The Gender Gap Debunked
8 Abortion-the Holy Grail
Conclusion Mother Nature Is a Bitch
Kate O'Beirne is fed up with women who make the world worse.
Women who see "gender discrimination" in every office, in every classroom,
on every sports field, and on every military base.
Women who sniff that mothers who stay home with their kids are wasting their
lives, that fathers are optional, and that marriage is an oppressive tool to
keep women down.
Women who ignore the remarkable opportunities American women enjoy, and deny
the career and family choices they freely make.
Women who scream "sexism" because there aren't enough female fire-fighters
doing the dangerous, demanding work of saving lives.
Fuelled by their persecution fantasies, modern feminists have been calling
for radical social engineering to eliminate any differences between the
sexes. They insist that any sex differences are the result of social
construction, not biology. So they want boys and men to be reprogrammed and
treated for their "pathology."
Many of these women are public figures who use their notoriety in acting,
pop music, journalism, and politics to spout unfounded bad ideas and
Jane Fonda's $2.5 million gift to Harvard for anti- male research
Whoopi Goldberg's militant pro-abortion antics and praise for single-parent
Hillary Clinton's scheme to "liberate" women by putting their kids into
federally funded day-care villages
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's complaints about Mother's Day and the Girl
Columnist Maureen Dowd's bitter rants about why men would rather date a
secretary than a boss
Kate O'Beirne, one of our most respected conservative thinkers, has been
doing battle with the man-hating "sisterhood" since the 1970s, when she
fought the destructive, utopian Equal Rights Amendment. Now, in her first
book, she offers all the frankness and common sense she demonstrated during
her ten years on CNN's The Capital Gang and in her articles about policy and
politics for National Review. She captures the radical feminists in their
own words, explains why they've got it all wrong, and shows why they have to
be stopped-before they do even more damage to our schools, families,
military, and sports.
KATE O'BEIRNE is the Washington editor of National Review magazine and a
veteran panellist on CNN's popular debate program The Capital Gang. She
began her career on the staff of Senator Jim Buckley (R-NY), served in the
Reagan administration, and was a vice president of the Heritage Foundation
in Washington, D.C. O'Beirne, an attorney, lives in Virginia with her
husband, with whom she has two grown sons.