Toxic Femininity and its Antidote- Dr. Carrie Gress

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Dr. Carrie Gress

Carrie Gress is onto something extremely important. We all talk about the anti-Christ and toxic masculinity, but what about the anti-Mary and toxic femininity? Isn’t our culture marinating in both? Isn’t this a problem hiding in plain sight?

Dr. Gress is a writer, teacher, and candle-maker (and wife and homeschooling mom) whose latest book, The Anti-Mary Exposed: Rescuing the Culture From  Toxic Femininity, goes upstream from conventional thinking about feminism and the sexual chaos around us.

In this episode, you will learn
  • The philosophical roots of second-wave feminism
  • Why so many feminists are lesbian or pro-LGBT
  • Why you can’t have the spirit of anti-Christ without the spirit of anti-Mary
  • How differently some women are treated by the media elites, like Sarah Huckabee, Sarah Palin, Dana Loesch
  • How the twin aims of feminism (take down motherhood and virginity) are resolved and healed in the person and mission of Our Lady (honored for 2000 years as Mother and Virgin)
  • Why the answer to the toxicity is ever ancient, ever new: doing the will of God the Father in all thing
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1 thought on “Toxic Femininity and its Antidote- Dr. Carrie Gress”

  1. Mme Martine Dubois

    est-il possible de se procurer une version française de Anti-Mary exposed ?

    avec mes remreciements,

    Martine Dubois

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