I found a link to this post from a comment at Dalrock’s blog about some “Christian” woman who is decrying the manosphere as a haven of sexual sin. There are so many things wrong with this post that I don’t know where to start. If you read the post, she sounds like a feminist. She talks about how “angry” the manosphere is (which we know is code orange shaming language). Since she doesn’t seem to be any different than a feminist, what’s her reason for claiming to not be a feminist? It is:
I cannot offer an apology for feminism. I have not been able to align myself with the women’s movement because my sexual ethics, which are informed by my Catholic faith, are incompatible with the feminist stance on birth control, extra-marital sex, and abortion.
That’s it. So what about the other 99.999% of feminism? Clearly, she agrees with that. When it comes to things like birth control and sex outside of marriage, there is nothing really “feminist” about it. There are plenty of pro-life feminists so abortion isn’t particularly feminist either. This woman’s three examples of how “she’s not a feminist” have a very limited and tenuous connection to feminism at best. She has nothing to say about things really caused by feminism like paternity fraud, men who are forced into corrupt divorce courts and have their children stolen from them, the false rape industry, the false sexual abuse industry, the false sexual harassment industry, affirmative action, etc.
This woman is just another AFINO (anti-feminist in name only) and an example of conservative female supremacism.