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How much influence has feminism had on today's youth?

Enough that if they think a cause is consistent with other causes they've been told are "for women," they'll support it. All the petitioner had to do is use feminist catch phrases and rhetoric, gloss over what happens to the child in an abortion, and continually redirect the respondent's attention to that rhetoric, and even most students who questioned him agreed to sign, and you can see in the video that at least one student signed knowing that "fourth trimester" meant after the birth, as she'd just had a baby 3 months prior.


WATCH: Students sign petition to legalize ‘fourth trimester’ abortions

Several students at George Mason University (GMU) signed a petition on Wednesday demanding lawmakers legalize “fourth trimester” abortions.

The petition, which was circulated on GMU’s flagship campus in Fairfax, VA., just outside Washington D.C., by Media Research Center reporter Dan Joseph said it was aimed at sending “a message to our lawmakers that women have the right to choose what to do with their bodies and babies” even “after their pregnancies.”
Does anyone still wonder why feminism has so easily been able to populate the minds of college age men and women with false statistics, made-up theory and other lies?








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