The Effect of Fatherlessness on Women

By Henry Makow Ph.D. — June 15, 2014

Feminism Deprives Girls of Father’s Love

Slightly revised from June 18, 2005
Fathers DayMost girls already receive too little love from their fathers, and grow up to be insecure, distrustful of men and frigid, says Victoria Secunda, author of Women and their Fathers: The Sexual and Romantic Impact of the First Man in Your Life (1992). The result is failed marriages, broken families and a vicious circle of fatherlessness.
Secunda’s conclusions are based on interviews with 150 daughters, 75 fathers, and dozens of authorities. Because she is not an academic, Ms. Secunda has written an honest and useful book. Because she is a feminist, it slipped through the feminist censors and was well received. This is ironic because feminism is largely responsible for the symptoms she describes.


Continues …

Comments are closed, but trackbacks and pingbacks are open.