From Lisa Fabrizio at The American Spectator:
I'm angry at the way Hollywood portrays women, with a
condescending and hypocritical attitude that at once praises us --
particularly our black sisters -- as innately all knowing and all
powerful, while at the same time insisting that we must be
drop-dead gorgeous; equally able to avenge ourselves against our
male oppressors while balancing on spiked heels. Yes, we must be
depicted as the fantasies of both man-hating feminists and
Most of all, I'm angry at the majority of my fellow women
who refuse to break out of their politically correct chains and
stand up for themselves by refusing to be put into the molds their
liberal sisters have so malevolently formed for them; allowing
groups like NOW and NARAL to speak for them as representative of
all women. It's time for this silent sorority to loudly proclaim
that we actually want to be wives and mothers and are proud of it;
that we are enjoy being career women who have no problem coexisting
with, and even liking our male co-workers, rather than seeing them
as "the enemy."
The whole piece is worth your time.
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