‘Women’ Category Archives
Did you know that Australia is committing $9.5 million of taxpayers’ money over three years to support abortion in poorer neighbouring countries…?
Neighbours like Vanuatu, Fiji and Nepal….
Meanwhile USA is aborting its abortion-funding programs.
President Trump has de-funded international abortion-provider “Planned Parenthood” – plus all fundings for foreign abortion agencies.
Australia’s abortion-funding comes under our so-called SPRINT program (as in “Sex Health Reproductive Program in Crisis and Post Crisis Settings”).
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop is all for it.
But is helping to abort their children a “neighbourly” thing to do for one’s neighbors?
by Arnold Jago in Australia, Common Sense, sport, Women
Hundreds of Australian Women’s AFL football teams!
Hundreds of thousands of dollars funding female-friendly (not unisex after all) change-rooms and showers!
Have we all gone mad?
Traditionally most cultures had understandings about modesty — affecting how we (especially women) dress and behave.
Many sports, as played today, are incompatible with the true feminine spirit — including football, some swimming and track events, acrobatics etc.– self-exposure, plus often immodest positions and posturings….
These girls are to be pitied — receiving no serious moral guidance.
This problem had its beginnings last century.
Pope Pius XII (who died in 1958) said:
“Many women have forgotten Christian modesty… they give in to the tyranny of fashion…dresses which …seem designed to emphasize what they should rather conceal…a kind of exhibitionism….”
As rational creatures, given thinking-power by God, can we reason out that for our fulfillment as human beings, certain sports are simply not suitable?
Senator David Leyonhjelm is under criticism for suggesting that child-care workers are over-trained — and perhaps over-funded.
Here’s a different idea.
Children might be best off with institutional child-care defunded to the point of not existing.
Who would then look after the children? Perhaps their mothers.
If the mother and father were married, could the father’s work support them all — mum staying at home doing full-time mothering?
Father’s taxes — which in the past were funding non-parental child-care — could contribute to an allowance given direct to home-mothering couples.
The mother could probably breast-feed her children.
Children enjoy that — they thrive on parental “warmth”.
by Arnold Jago in Abortion, Australia, Common Sense, Lifestyle, Women
Feiz Muhammad is at it again.
This Sydney-born Muslim propagandist — who once encouraged supporters to behead Dutch politician Geert Wilders — last week told followers never to attend non-Muslim gatherings:
“Any festivity or celebration built on other than Islam is prohibited.”
His version of Allah seems very unlike the “fatherly” God taught by Jesus Christ.
Feiz claims that raped women have nobody to blame but themselves — describing skimpy and see-through attire as inviting men to “use them as commodities”.
Naturally Feiz gets a bad press. Yet what he’s saying is at least partly true.
The victims aren’t the only ones at fault, but everyone knows it would help if they covered up a bit.
We all need to be encouraged, educated, threatened – whatever it takes — to eliminate both indecent exposure and impure thoughts and to encourage modesty and purity.
As from now the Pope says that all priests are able to give absolution (forgiveness) to persons involved in abortion.
Previously only certain priests had that authority.
He makes it clear that abortion was, is, and always will be, a grave sin.
But he’s trying to be a bit merciful in the way that grave sin is dealt with.
Anyway, let’s hope he wasn’t hoping to be thanked by the progressive types, including self-styled feminists.
For example, a lady journalist of the Sydney Morning Herald (22 November 2016) uses the headline “Women don’t need Pope Francis’ forgiveness for having abortions”.
But do they need God’s forgiveness?
That is the point.
A new study by University of South Australia’s Centre for Population Health Research says one-fifth of Australian children are at serious risk of adult mental illness.
One factor identified being that one in three pre-teen children experience “low warmth” parenting.
“Warmth” as in, for example, a parent hugging their child for no reason.
Spokeswoman Professor Leonie Segal says, “We’re saying a lot of these things are inter-generational and if we don’t put the resources in the right places they won’t go away.”
And she says we need “earlier and more intensive intervention programs”.
Ouch. That sounds like more social workers.
Perhaps all this isn’t as complicated as the academics make out.
A couple of simple thoughts:
You can’t be warm to your child if you aren’t there.
You can’t even hug them if you aren’t there.
Step one in making children’s lives better has got to be a move towards more mothers staying at home with their children
And closing down more child care centres.