This morning on the Fox News' morning show "Fox & Friends," several female guests slammed “intolerant” feminists for supposedly sexualizing women.
“They claim they’re feminists, but what they actually are, they are sexualists,” stated Politichicks Editor-in-Chief Ann-Marie Murrell, noted RawStory.com (video below).
“It has nothing to do with empowering women anymore," added Murrell. "We earned the right to vote, we have equality in the workplace."
However, the Wall Street Journal reported earlier this year that the highest-paid female CEO, Carol Meyrowitz of TJX (T.J. Mxx and HomeGoods) made $20.6 million, which is less than half of the highest-paid male, Larry Ellison the CEO of Oracle, whose total compensation is $76.9 million per year. On a list of the top paid 300 CEOs, Meyrowitz was number 27, noted the Wall Street Journal.
The Center for American Progress reported in 2013: "Women who work full time year round continue to earn only about 77 percent of what men earn. The gap between the median wage for a man and that of a woman in 2010 was a whopping $10,784 per year."
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“If we don’t, we can fight that on a one-on-one basis," stated Murrell. "But everything they’re about now is kind of about from the head down. It has nothing to do with women’s brains or their hearts.”
However, feminists from the 1960s (Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinem) to feminists in the present have always called upon society to stop sexualizing women and treat them as intelligent human beings with equal rights.
"Women don’t want to be objectified, and what the feminist movement has successfully done, is really, sexualized women instead of feminizing women," claimed Politichicks host Dr. Gina Loudon. "So, we’re here with a new brand of feminism, saying drop the shackles of the old feminism. It’s time for women who really want to be women, who want to be feminine, who want to be what God designed them to be.”
Dr. Loudon later claimed, “We want no more of this feminists politicizing our bodies, and what happens in our bedrooms. That’s all that the feminist movement has successfully done. And we’re here to battle back, and say we know what women really want.”
Dr. Loudon did not mention that she is pro-life and opposes women's health care services such as abortion.