One of the most bizarro aspects of Christianity / Feminism is the tendency for the Christian to loudly boast about his failures. This is quite unlike any other social artifact I’ve ever seen, and as a non-Christian, it’s one of the most comical aspect of Christian praxis.
As a quick example, we can go to Katie Gregoire Emmerson’s youtube page, and look up her recent video, excoriating our sister (and teacher of trolling), Lori Alexander.
While Lori Alexander’s actual teachings are never discussed, Katie goes on at length about straw-men, of her own creation. For example: Lori does caution young women against taking on large amounts of debt, and she also cautions them about studying feminism at college, but Sister Lori never tells girls they shouldn’t “get an education.” In fact, her life’s work seems to be in the pursuit of educating young women. Never mind that, though. It’s safer for the Christian to bash Lori dishonestly, than it is to address the salient points she raises.
To the point, in the same comment section, comes my old friend, Katie’s mama, Sheila Gregoire, to boast, in the finest style of the hateful Christians, about never having taught Katie to cook.
The failure to teach her own daughter to be self-sufficient is a primal and fundamental failure. Sheila boasts, not about her successes, but about her failures. Moreover, Sheila boasts about the most egregious failures that anyone could possibly commit. She wears such things as a badge of pride.
Dumb animals feed and care for their young. Christians are too stupid to do this.
Christians refuse to feed and nurture their own children, which is something that even the most primitive members of the animal kingdom do, instinctively.
Sheila is a complete failure as a woman, as a mother, and as a human being. Thus, it seems far safer to take advice, especially about marriage and motherhood, from Lori Alexander, than from Sheila or Katie.