Daughter of a feminist icon values motherhood

Radical feminist Alice Walker influenced a generation of women through her revolutionary novel, The Color Purple.  She taught that motherhood could not satisfy a woman, and that it was just a form of servitude.  But one women challenges those beliefs: her daughter, Rebecca.  In this article, she describes how, despite her happiness in having a son, her mother disowned both of them because of her fanatical views.  It is a fascinating and enlightening piece on the true effects of radical feminism’s lies and the value of motherhood, although Rebecca is not a Christian and some of her views and decisions aren’t in line with Scripture.  Still, older readers will find this article eye-opening and a tragic description of the failings of radical women’s rights activism.

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