All women have the right to choose motherhood as their primary vocation. The radical feminists' movement poses a threat to this right, the right of owmen to be women. In the early 1970s a small group of radical feminists weren't satisfied with equal rights, they wanted to restructure society as a whole. When mainstream women refused to accept a feminist world view, these radical feminists turned to the legislative process to enforce theri agenda. And, under the guise of conventions for the rights of women, the United Nations is now actively promoting a radical feminist ideology.
Author Dale O'Leary takes a spirited look at the feminist movement, its influence on legislation, and its subsequent threat to the ideals of family, marriage, and motherhood. by shedding light on the destructiveness of the feminist world view.
The Gender Agenda exposes the true agenda of the feminist movement.