4 thoughts on “On the Argument That the Tea Party is Feminist

  1. Quite honestly, there are far more visible women, either by number or percentage of the party, in the Tea Party than in either the Republican or Democratic parties. And much as I oppose most, if not all, of the Tea Party policies, they really have given local women, many of whom would never be involved in politics otherwise, a voice. Stay at home moms really don’t have much of a voice in politics outside of the tea party.

  2. I don’t think conservative woman hate feminism quite as much as feminists hate them! It seems that they do run a good portion of that party,and most of the management is made up of women. They’re also concerned with the debt,they see it as a threat to the future of our country,and they’re right,and it could be a death knell sooner than you think.

  3. Feminists didn’t fight to stop women from being stay at home moms or enjoy being wives and mothers!
    That’s ridiculous! Feminism isn’t about swapping roles with men, it’s about giving women the choice to do so if they want.
    I don’t have an opinion about this political party or whether or not it is feminist but they idea of feminism being against women being wives and mothers is totally wrong.

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