This Is The Reason Feminists Want to Destroy Your Culture

The Male Factor (TMF)

Feminists against culture

While discussing the feminist theory on Equality of Outcome I have already shown you why feminists want reservation for women ignoring the capability factors and what are the problems arising in the society due to that. (details – here)

To know more about destructive Feminist Theories, see This

Today, I will show you why feminists want to destroy our culture and tradition. The root, however, is the same theory of Equality of Outcome.

Equality of Outcome 1: Gender and Political Representation

To explain this form of inequality, this theory argues that when in a society, men take the breadwinner role and women the role of caregivers, the males become in a naturally authoritative position. Hence, even if there is equal opportunity to join political career, women will be submissive and will not come forward to participate. To break this barrier, political parties need to be forced to have…

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‘Emotional nature’ of women make them unsuitable for leadership/witness roles, according to Islamic scripture and leaders


36665315_1746290495449752_8709633938970116096_nAt Dundas square in downtown Toronto, there is a Islamic Dawah booth that gives out free information on Islam. One of the booklets that was given out is called ‘Women in Islam‘.

This book  points out the lesser leadership/witness abilities of women because of their emotional nature.

Following are some excerpts from ‘Women in Islam

“Divine wisdom has granted women, in general, very sensitive emotions, tender feelings, and a predisposition towards care and love of other members of the family. This makes a woman capable of her natural task of childbearing, nursing, taking care of all the needs of the young child, etc. Based on these emotional characteristics of the woman, she might very well follow her emotional inclinations and swerve from harsh realities due to an emotional involvement in a case. A woman’s loving and kind feelings might overcome what she has witnessed, and thus…

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