Don’t mess with these women
Men may be physically stronger than women, as a general rule, but there is no gender superiority when it comes to strength of character. Both sexes can be equally courageous, determined, and fiercely committed to standing up for truth and defending the rights of others.
Last time I introduced you to three strong men battling the current culture to protect women and children. Today I’d like you to meet some strong women bravely fighting alongside these men.
Katy Faust is founder and director of Them Before Us, a “global movement defending children’s right to their mother and father.” Her field of battle includes surrogacy, same-sex parenting, donor conception, and divorce. These cultural practices always harm children by denying them either their biological mother or father, leaving the child with a void and longing that can never be filled. They are common and generally accepted practices designed to benefit adults at a great expense to innocent children, and Faust is passionate about getting people to see and care about that.
She travels all over the world advocating for the rights of children by promoting the truth that adults have a moral responsibility to be willing to sacrifice their own desires for the primacy of children’s needs. Find out more about this fierce protector of children and her work on their behalf at thembeforeus.com.
Independent journalist and author Abigail Shrier is a hated woman among trans activists because she dared to expose the tragic and unjust underbelly of radical gender ideology. Even before her book Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters was published, protestors were demanding it be banned, though none of them had read it. After its publication they succeeded in getting ads for it on Amazon barred, the book removed from Target’s shelves, and reviews of it denied by major publications. GoFundMe shut down a fundraiser by parents to buy billboard advertising for the book, and an ACLU director declared that stopping its circulation is “100% a hill I will die on.”
But Shrier is not backing down. She continues to advocate for the genuine health and well-being of young girls being seduced and manipulated by an insane culture that packages dangerous hormone therapy and bodily mutilation as “gender-affirming healthcare.” Her book is (currently) available on Amazon, and you can follow this brave defender of daughters at abigailshrier.com.
Moms for Liberty
Tiffany Justice and Tina Descovich are two Florida moms and former school board members who got fed up witnessing the proliferation of destructive policies hurting children and families. So they joined forces as Moms for Liberty, an organization dedicated to a mission no less than “fighting for the survival of America.” As women warriors battling for the well-being and innocence of children and freedoms for all, their field of operation is “unifying, educating and empowering parents to defend their parental rights at all levels of government.”
These women oversee a growing, grass roots movement of parents getting involved in their schools, communities, and government, many for the first time ever. Moms for Liberty provides crucial resources for parents wanting to advocate for their children, and encouragement through community events, a newsletter, and a national summit. They have been instrumental in awakening the sleeping giant that is mama bear moms defending their kids and their exclusive rights, with fathers, to parent them.
Follow these fearless females on Twitter @Moms4Liberty and read about their victories and current battles at momsforliberty.org.
You need to also follow the courageous woman who posts on social media as Libs of Tik Tok. But be prepared to be shocked, and hopefully also motivated to speak up for truth, freedom, and the rights of children.