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Feminists Confused on Halloween

Pundette writes:

It seemed like such a good idea, moms using Halloween and their kids to push back against those pesky traditional female roles. Janice D'Arcy of the Washington Post laments the "most sexist day on the American calendar":
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3 comments:

Fr William E Bauer TFSC PhD said...

In my Webster's 7th edition dictionary, I find the word NOMA NUDA. The word is a description of a made-up word that does not adequately describe that which it wishes to describe. "Sexism" is such a rejected word.

Mary De Voe said...

Halloween is about the metaphysical, the reality of the devil, evil spirits and the life after death. Halloween teaches our children how to do spiritual combat with evil spirits. Pity the poor atheist who is getting sucked into hell by the devil and still refuses to acknowledge the existence of a pure evil spirit with no soul. Halloween is about saving human beings' souls.

Mary De Voe said...

to Father William Bauer: Webster stopped being a real dictionary a long time ago, politically correct maybe, but a real source of truth? no way.
Did you attend St. Peters in New Brunswick?


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