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Hello I hope you enjoy the article. I saw a piece on feminism but yet to see on on Anti-Feminism so I decided to take the liberty and do it my self. Feel free to edit as needed.


I knew my article wasn't professionally written but why is it up for deletion? I did nothing wrong. I wrote the entire thing myself and I see no reason for my article to be deleted. Feel free to EDIT NOT DELETE!

Read the history, the reason is you copied from wikipedia, which is against Conservapedia policies. What don't you try to make you own work.--TagoPagdaluhong 01:23, 8 May 2008 (EDT)

HA HA HA HA! um hello, I am the one to put Anti-Feminism on Wikipedia in the first place. So it is MY WORK I transferred to Conservapedia because my article was deleted on Wikipedia for reasons I don't know. So please everyone stop deleting my work!

P.S. Wikipedia decided to put my article up again for some reason. If the problem is that Wikipedia has my article as well that I wrote then I will freely delete it seeing how it is my work.


My bad, I undo for you--TagoPagdaluhong 01:32, 8 May 2008 (EDT)

Thanks sorry for the misunderstanding.


The Posthumous Papers website is defunct. So is the biblical womanhood website. The LAF website is being updated still.

Half-truth misunderstanding of reference:

"22Wives, submit to your husbands as to the Lord. 23For the husband is the head of the wife as Christ is the head of the church, his body, of which he is the Savior. 24Now as the church submits to Christ, so also wives should submit to their husbands in everything."

My name is Caesar J. B. Squitti writer and researcher having created a new philosophy, 'thinking in color' and helping correct the definition of 'half-truths' on wikipedia.

In examining this quotation, often it is misinterpreted. The essence of this scripture is 'mutual servitude' where the husband is in fact he greater servant. You have to know how Christ was the had of the Church, he gave his life for it.

For people to use this quotation to suggest that wives are servants to their husbands without mentioning that husbands are to be the greater servants to their wives, plays into the hand of the devil.

Anyway, please note this, and perhaps you may attempt at correcting your definition of half-truth, truth, and lie, for they are currently inaccurate, according to the research in the book, 'THE JESUS CHRIST CODE', found at


All the best.--Caesarjbsquitti 12:38, 3 May 2012 (EDT)