#WomenAgainstFeminism Gains Momentum on Twitter

PolitiChicks.comAnti-feminism has been trending this week on Twitter with the hashtags #womenagainstfeminism and #IDontNeedFeminism. Many women are joining the ranks and declaring not all women espouse to the progressive feminism that so often defines the modern woman of today. How timely for us here at Politichicks.com with the brand new book by our fearless leaders Ann-Marie Murrell, Morgan Brittany and Dr. Gina Loudon titled “What Women Really Want.”

In the soon-to-be-released book, it describes what many women feel regarding a woman’s place in society and why they don’t need feminism. “Women can be warriors without burning bras. Women can be strong without emasculating their husbands and sons. Women can be mothers without coddling or compromise. Most importantly, women can live out their faith without imposed compromise of her convictions. Women can be truly feminine, and it is in that design, that she is most competent and capable of truly changing the world.”

This trending hashtag is, of course, getting much backlash from liberal feminists. But hopefully this will be a trend that jumps off the social media site of Twitter and lives in the everyday lives of women who proudly claim, “I don’t need feminism.” Here are the best of the best tweets:

And one more from yours truly:

Go on, Women Against Feminism. Keep trending and make your voices heard!

Julie Klose

Virginia Politichick Julie Klose is a freelance writer and blogger. Julie covers all topics related to US and foreign politics but is particularly passionate about social issues. She is pro-life and has interviewed different people and organizations within the pro-life movement. Julie has been featured on several radio shows for her conservative opinions. She is a contributing writer and content editor for Barbwire.com. When she is not dabbling in political writing, she enjoys blogging on her personal blog site at www.thevelvetbrick.org where she mixes it up about faith, family, and politics. You can find Julie on Twitter @thevelvetbrick1 or on her Facebook page The Velvet Brick.

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