It is one of the tragic successes of so-called Feminism that it has made impossible any serious debate between men and women about the differences between, and the complementarity of, the sexes. Any man who dares criticising feminist dogma or political agenda will be immediately called a chauvinist, a misogynist, or worse – and shut up. It appears that if the problem of feminism is not to be resolved by brutish force, it is women themselves who must vanquish it. They can do so by affirming a new, positive form of Feminism, i.e. one that affirms the beauty and specificity of womanhood.
There is a new worldwide platform called Women of the World that stands exactly for this kind of Feminism: it is truly feminine, pro-life, pro-maternity, and recognizes the differences and complementarity of the sexes. Instead of aping masculinity, the new Feminists actually seem to enjoy being what they are: women.
The new initiative has been launched by the Spanish organization Profesionales por la Ética (Professionals for Ethics) in coalition with Woman Attitude and Femina Europa and supported by a large number of worldwide organizations, to become the voice of the women who speak in terms of women.
Women of the World is formed by a growing number of partners which work to make the international institutions and politicians, both at national and international levels, aware of what we, the women of world, think and demand. And to make things change.
Challenging old-fashioned feminism and fashionable gender ideology, it refuses to accept that the international institutions develop policies that ignore, fight or suppress feminine identity, motherhood or the value of the prior dedication to the family.
Instead, it proposes for women to regain their full identity, their role as women in their own families, in society and labour market, and we will give motherhood back its value and dignity.
The Women of the World Statement, which is currently available in languages, is supported by more than 146 NGOs from 47 different countries and more than 17,000 women from 72 countries. Support come from very different cultures and countries such as Republic of Congo, Kenya, Cameroon, Nigeria, Iraq, Morocco, Sudan, Gabon, Burkina Faso, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, the Philippines, Lebanon, New Caledonia, Trinidad and Tobago, Haiti, Martinique, St. Lucia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Russia, Croatia, Serbia, Republic of San Marino, Ukraine, El Salvador, Cuba, Guatemala, Dominican Republic…