Browder was at the tip of the spear of the U.S. women’s rights movement—a most ardent of feminists—as a longtime freelance writer for Cosmopolitan (known popularly as “Cosmo”). The magazine was arguably the most highly-regarded and influential of so-called “women’s rights” propaganda machines.
Through her articles, Browder peddled the myth that unmarried sex, contraception, and abortion provided the pathway for single women to discover inner power and personal fulfillment.
But, thankfully, that was then—3 and 4 decades ago—and this is now.
Taking an autobiographical look upon those sometimes tumultuous decades, Browder has written Subverted, in which she narrates how she landed her dream job as a Cosmo contributor. As a dedicated advocate of Planned Parenthood’s “racial eugenicist extraordinaire” founder Margaret Sanger, Broder details how she fabricated many of the contents of her articles—with the approval of Cosmo editors—to peddle the casual-sex lifestyle to millions of single, working women.
Why did Browder do this? Browder’s later in life search for truth, integrity, and justice for women—what led her to become a journalist in the first place—brought Browder to realize her participation in perpetrating a great evil upon women. This “conversion experience on the road to Damascus” eventually led Browder to discover forgiveness and freedom in the place she least expected to find both, the Roman Catholic Church.
In Subverted, Browder candidly admits her guilt in promoting a distorted notion of feminism, one that turned women into commodities not authentic human beings of the female sex. In sum, Browder’s dream job represented an unholy alliance uniting the women’s movement and the sexual revolution in ways that didn't promote women’s freedom but enslaved them to a failed ideology.
Browder’s journey from devotion to that unholy alliance to the faith of the Roman Catholic Church is a must read…especially for ardent feminists who have fallen for the propaganda as well as for all of today’s young women who have yet to be seduced by this unholy alliance representing what the President of the Ruth Institute, Jennifer Roback Morse, has called a “uniquely disturbed historical era.”
Let the discussion begin…
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