Feminism Is `Hurtful to Women,' Charges Dobson's Focus on the Family
The feminist movement is "hurtful to women" because it encourages them to give up their natural roles as mothers, homemakers and nurturers, a top staff member with Focus on the Family asserted recently.
Dianne Passno, executive vice president of FOE made the comments in an interview that ran in the September 2000 edition of Focus on the Family magazine. Passno, who claims she was once a feminist, said the women's movement has gone awry because of "its love affair with abortion and lesbianism."
Asserted Passno, "Many of the spokeswomen have never been married, never tried to balance family and a career. Many are lesbians. That doesn't represent the majority of …
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Publication information: Article title: Feminism Is `Hurtful to Women,' Charges Dobson's Focus on the Family. Contributors: Not available. Magazine title: Church & State. Volume: 53. Issue: 9 Publication date: October 2000. Page number: 18. © 1999 Americans United for Separation of Church and State. COPYRIGHT 2000 Gale Group.
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