Feminist playwright Zoe Lewis’s decided to confront the bitter truth about her life as an indoctrinated Feminist.

I certainly respect her courage in coming out and denouncing the self-destructive cultural norms she was lead to believe in. 

But part of me wonders how many relationships she personally threw under the bus before her age caught up to her and the Men finally stopped coming round?

What kind of future can any woman like this look forward to when they specifically choose to ignore mother nature’s calling and then simply run out of time?

Well let’s just hope that a few more young women out there can read her story and better understand their own path that they must choose. 

Oh and one more very important thing ladies..  

NEVER underestimate the power that self-destructive feminist propaganda like MTV, TV shows, and the News has over your lives.

Madonna syndrome:

I should have ditched feminism for love, children and baking

A playwright who embraced the feminism espoused by her mother and flaunted by Madonna now feels betrayed

Zoe Lewis

I never thought I would be saying this, but being a free woman isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.

Is that the rustle of taffeta I hear as the suffragettes turn in their graves? Possibly. My mother was a hippy who kept a pile of (dusty) books by Germaine Greer and Erica Jong by her bed (like every good feminist, she didn’t see why she should do all the cleaning). She imbued me with the great values of choice, equality and sexual liberation. I fought with my older brother and won; at university I beat the rugby lads at drinking games. I was not to be messed with.

Now, nearly 37, those same values leave me feeling cold. I want love and children but they are nowhere to be seen. I feel like a UN inspector sent in to Iraq only to find that there never were any weapons of mass destruction. I was led to believe that women could “have it all” and, more to the point, that we wanted it all. To that end I have spent 20 years ruthlessly pursuing my dreams – to be a successful playwright.

I have sacrificed all my womanly duties and laid it all at the altar of a career.

And was it worth it?

The answer has to be a resounding no.