Blue Jeans -- The New Feminist Uniform?
by Henry Makow Ph.D. – April 19, 2008
"Slovenly" "Drab" Unkempt" "Slatternly" "Blowzy" --many adjectives come to mind to describe most women who wear jeans.
Since I noticed this trend, I am appalled by its prevalence. At least half of the women I see are wearing jeans.
Occasionally they are with men who are also clad in blue denim, emphasizing the unisex character of this proletarian garb.
But usually these women are alone and don't look happy. Often they look angry and confused. Usually they are talking on a cell phone or listening to their ipod.
Men, if you're tempted by such a woman, her jeans signal that you may have to deal with her "GID" – "gender identity disorder." Her jeans are saying: "I don't want to be a woman. I don't want to look good for men. I fear and distrust men. I want male prerogatives."
Feminism which espoused "women's rights" actually has driven femininity underground, torn the sexes asunder, and stripped woman of recognition for being wives and mothers, roles essential to their fulfillment, to men, and to children and society.
Young women were told they were rebelling against oppressive patriarchy and inequality and all things bad. They never imagined they were betrayed by feminist teachers and politicians, who are intent on breaking up the family and abandoning us all to State and corporate control.
They never imagined that the "women's movement" was inspired and funded by the Rockefeller Foundation as part of their ongoing social engineering program.
Google "Women's Studies" and "Rockefeller Foundation" and you'll get 93,000 hits. Do you really think the world's biggest monopoly capitalists don't have an ulterior motive?
The Rockefellers are central bankers. In the words of insider Carroll Quigley their ultimate goal is "nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled ...by the central banks...acting in concert." (Tragedy and Hope, 324)
Under the guise of defending homosexual rights, heterosexuals are under ruthless and hateful psychological attack in the mass media and from government. In the UK, Australia and California, the terms "mom and dad" have been banned from schools and children are encouraged to experiment with homosexuality. They want us to be homosexual in the sense that gays usually have sex but don't marry and have families.
They want to destroy the family because lonely confused people are easier to manipulate. This is the real story behind the "sexual revolution."
I imagine women would wear dresses and skirts if there wasn't a subtle feminist stigma against looking feminine. Thus women can make a statement by wearing a skirt or dress. They can show they aren't afraid of men, and may actually like them. Christine, a Toronto woman, does this and gets a very positive response:
"Several years ago, I gave up dressing like a man for religious reasons (and no, I am not a Muslim, although it is rather peculiar to see Muslim women in blue jeans and head scarves.) Since the traditional garb of a Western woman is a skirt or dress... I try to wear that. And I do try to dress neatly. When I made this decision, I didn't think about how it would affect men. Nevertheless, its effect on men has been most touching. It brings out the best in them and they seem to like it. Some are even vocal in their approval; only one has said he disapproved."
Men should politely voice approval and support of women they see who are dressed in a feminine way.
There is nothing more beautiful than a women wearing a summer dress. I can still remember a young woman I saw five years ago wearing a frock. This is how powerful femininity is. Let's not let pious highly-paid feminists and lesbians destroy it. It's time for real women to relegate jeans to garden work.
Henry Makow Ph.D. is the author of "Cruel Hoax: Feminism and the New World Order." (www.cruelhoax.ca) His articles can be found at his web site www.henrymakow.com He enjoys receiving your comments, some of which he posts on his site using first names only. email@example.com
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