despot[Complementarian]ism: a form of government in which a single entity, individual or group rules with absolute power.
You could call me a feminist, if indeed you agree with certain proponents of feminist ideology, but labeling men “feminists” might be the worst kind of misnomer, as many others have pointed out.
A basic premise of feminism considers women’s experiences to be both valid and authoritative. Theological feminism, specifically, refers to the unique perspectives that the group of mostly white, middle-class women bring to God-talk. The term simply does not apply to men. We can support and celebrate feminist theology, but to pretend that we can produce or participate in feminist theological discussion is to perpetuate some of the problems that various feminist movements oppose in the first place. Read more “We Need A Better Term For Male Feminists”
The good people over at Learn Stuff saw the article I wrote about a certain historical, theological perspective on gender. They wanted to add something to the conversation and asked me to pass along this fantastic infographic on the gender wage gap. Take a look at it and tell us what you think. Then share. Read more “Equal Education, Unequal Pay: Gender Wage Gap Infographic”