• National Organization For Women Proves It Actually Hates Women

    April 2, 2024
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    It's recent news that several current and former NCAA female athletes are suing the NCAA for violating their Title IX rights. Title IX is that act that required schools to provide women equal opportunity to compete in NCAA sports. This was in response to the debacle of Lia Thomas, a biological man, competing as a woman in the 2022 NCAA Swimming Championships.

    Thomas, who had been a very low ranked male NCAA swimmer, was able to compete against women and win the 500-meter event. In an event in which he tied for fifth with Riley Gaines, a female swimmer, the NCAA gave Thomas the trophy, telling Gaines, ‘We have to give the trophy to Lia but we respect and admire you so much.’ Gaines said.

    Gaines has since testified about the event, and also about the fact that Thomas, a fully intact male, paraded in front of women in the women's lockeroom with his genitals completely exposed.

    One would think a National Organization for WOMEN would respond in support of the female athletes involved in the suit.

    That would be incorrect.

    NOW made a statement over Easter Weekend:

    "Repeat after us: Weaponizing womenhood against other women is white supremacist patriarchy at work," the post from NOW said. "Making people believe there isn't enough space for trans women in sports is white supremacist patriarchy at work." 

    Unbelievable. An organization that collects millions of dollars in donations from people who want to support and protect women's rights just did the exact opposite. People on X were overwhelmingly appalled at the statement. Some wondered if NOW had been infiltrated by men.

    It seems that the National Organization for Women, like many other large "civil rights" groups, have sold out and abandoned the women who supported them since the 60's. In fact, they have not only abandoned them, but they have also turned on them, hurling insults at women who demand the rights NOW used to fight for.

    It's nothing new. Marxist infiltrated groups like NOW, NEA, NCAA etc. have turned their backs on their constituents and have begun jockeying for position to support the most hateful, delusional and evil causes they can, mutilation/dangerous medication of children, exposure of our young people to pornography, denial of women's rights, pedophilia, etc..

    Why NOW's hypocrisy in this case?

    Here is a statement from their web page:

    NOW members who advocate–and fight–for equity, diversity, and inclusion are inspired this month by the example of women who make history by strengthening our commitment to the intersectional principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion.  This Women’s History Month, we focus on how vital those principles have been to the advancements we’ve made.

    According to their own press release, the National Organization for Women is promoting "intersectionality." If you don't know what that means, here is a definition:

    The interconnected nature of social categorizations such as race, class, and gender as they apply to a given individual or group, regarded as creating overlapping and interdependent systems of discrimination or disadvantage:

    In other words any one person can find multiple ways they have been oppressed whether its race, gender, sexuality, age, weight etc. It allows believers to divide people as much as possible and identify oppression in EVERYTHING. It is one of the tenets of Marxism.

    Intersectionality overrides everything, their original mission, their history, the opinions of their members, all of it.

    Even worse, the National Organization for Women uses this intersectionality to turn on women and fight against their rights.

    Here's the rest of the press release. I suggest you find a quiet place to sit when you read it so you don't throw anything or put your fist through the screen of your computer.

    NOW Celebrates Women’s History Month - National Organization for Women

    The leadership at NOW may want to start looking for new jobs. At the very least, they should change their name. Maybe "National Organization of Intersectionality" or some such nonsense.



    Jan Greenhawk

    Jan Greenhawk is a former teacher and school administrator for over thirty years. She has two grown children and lives with her husband in Maryland. She also spent over twenty-five years coaching/judging gymnastics and coaching women’s softball.
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    David Smith

    The source of funding should be cut off for these organisations and people should stop listening to them until they wither and die.

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