Short Essay – Radical Feminism’s True Legacy – Being Single, Sidelined and 60 Sucks!

Career Woman

Career Woman

I don’t care how enticing radical, second-wave feminism’s career oriented lifestyle sounds in college because whether on paper, or in person, it will end badly. And, despite the feminist’s assurances of perpetual influence, youth and relevancy, everybody, especially women, gets old, haggard, out of touch and inconsequential. That is just how nature works.

Nobody gets out of this world alive. Everybody ages and eventually dies. But unlike humanity, businesses do go on and on and on, often by-passing and/or outlasting their

Retired or fired? It doesn't matter. She's out!

Retired or fired? It doesn’t matter. She’s expendable.

employees. And because companies cannot afford to fall behind in the marketplace, they must be in constant search for young employees to guide them into the uncertain future, and so, the dead wood must go. It’s not a happy or pleasant thought. And, it’s not personal. It’s just the way businesses must function to survive.

Unlike businesses, most men and women are only in their prime for about 20 years, from age 25 to age 45. If you don’t accomplish what you want to accomplish during those 20 years, you never will. At 45, old age begins its unrelenting assault and you eventually cannot hide or deny its effects. Despite radical feminism’s rants to the contrary, “superwoman” does NOT exist and you will eventually get old and become expendable.

dying womanFor a woman, those 20 prime years mean everything. Career choice not withstanding, the personal decisions made during those few short years will lead to joy or to regret. You will either end your life surrounded by children and grandchildren or you will end it virtually alone. My experience is that for women, there isn’t a “career” on earth that’s worth that trade-off. You will need your family when everything else is gone and if you denied yourself the happiness of marriage and children, in exchange for a 9 to 5 “career”, you’ve been a fool, because your time will come too.

Your energy level will decline along with your sight and hearing.  Unable towoman in glasses remain sharp-as-a-tack under the constant barrage of pertinent information on the job (the same information that used to thrill and challenge you), you will find yourself in retreat, rather than in attack mode. Through no fault of you own, career women fall out of grace sooner than men because they inevitably spend their lives burning the candle at both ends in an attempt to become feminist superwomen and in the end, they are simply not able to keep up.

So, before you jump off the deep end and focus your young life on career alone, remember it is a path that will eventually leave you single, sidelined, 60, and probably sick and sad. And trust me, it SUCKS!

The End It’s the Women, Not the Men!


11 thoughts on “Short Essay – Radical Feminism’s True Legacy – Being Single, Sidelined and 60 Sucks!

  1. I came across your blog and think it’s very accurate in its implications for following feminism. I am an older man and never married. Many of the women I have dated are divorced feminists. They live in abject poverty and have told me that they cry themselves to sleep. Many of these women live in someone’s guest room or basement. They have health issues and there is no man to help them. Despite their desperate circumstances, they just can’t make a commitment. They try and date multiple guys like they are twenty years old. Keep on telling the truth.


    • I will. Thank you. Unfortunately, the women you describe have been unwittingly brainwashed by lesbian-led, radical, second-wave feminist academia, which hates Christian men and everything they stand for, and won’t stand for. Their ideology is supported at all levels by every type of entertainment industry, including TV, movies and music, which young women, by their very nature, are drawn to like zombies. While in this trance, most have sadly substituted the superficial and self-centered ideology of radical feminism for the giving and loving tenets of their Christian faith. Adopting feminism as a way of life deliberately pits adherents of feminism against Christian men, since, according to all feminists, Christian men and their motivations, are evil, when in reality, the reverse is true. If you haven’t read my post, “Short Essay – Radical Feminism’s True Legacy – Being Single, Sidelined and 60 Sucks” yet, please do, as it sums up the pathetic and twisted lives of the women you describe. Unfortunately, these older women are a lost cause. Their live are now irreversible. All I can hope for is to warn the young women of the truly evil underpinnings of feminism, in hopes of convincing them to avoid it at all costs, especially as it’s adoption, as a lifestyle, will destroy any chance of their finding true happiness in their lives. Thank you for your comments.


      • I read “Short Essay – Radical Feminism’s True Legacy – Being Single, Sidelined and 60 Sucks” and would point out one exception to women having diminished skills in old age. I see clothes as a hobby and many of the older women I know are superb seamstress despite their advanced age. My sewing instructor is 69 but can make ladies tailored jackets that surpass the quality of anything you find on the racks, at Nieman Marcus. I have also seen women, at my ASG meetings, produce outstanding garments. One lady even hand stitched in a stainless steel chain at the jacket hem. The weight of this little chain caused the jacket to pull down and subsequently draw in around the waist, accentuating the hour glass figure. I think Coco Channel came up with that little feature. Anyway old age in women does not necessarily mean that they are unskilled. They just move and think slower but their acumen, skill and analytic cunning are not diminished.


    • An older acquaintance of mine is in the same position as you. He never married but has dated Australian, that is, feminist women in the past when he was young.

      He is glad he never married. He is able to just focus on God as a result.

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  2. I must admit that I don’t usually read posts like this but yours intrigued me. While reading I also at times disagree with you but for the most part your views are what I consider “right on the money”. Well written.


      • No Problem, to tell you the true it would be nice if I could get you to take a look at my blog. I thought your writing proses are quite good. Wouldn’t mind a critic.


      • Your blog theme is beautiful. In your “about” you stated that you wanted to educate the Russians and Americans about their similarities. If that’s the case, I would suggest that each post should do just that. Find some place, thing, city, neighborhood, mountain, river, restaurant, poem, person, animal, etc. in Russia or America and compare it to a similar place, thing, city, etc. in the opposing country. Those comparisons would be very interesting for people in both of the countries. I would stick to just that approach and skip the rest, even if it means you post less often. Finding ONE message or ONE topic to focus on is key to attracting and keeping interested viewers. Good Luck.


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