February 1, 2012

Battle Of The Sexes

Discover a dysfunctional society of soft men and hard women on this Wednesday Radio Show!

What started as a movement assuring women’s equal rights has turned into a cruel trick. Enticing promises of freedom from oppression were nothing but a tease targeting disillusioned bystanders. Millions of people have fallen prey with little or no idea as to what hit them. As in all things, time did tell.

Now, years later, Feminism has produced disturbing consequences. Detrimental role reversal has yielded a society of soft men and hard women. What’s to be done with a nation in an identity crisis?

Press PLAY to:

  • Find out who has suffered most from Feminism
  • How to reverse backwards role-reversal
  • Discover your God-given identity
  • Pick dysfunctional relationships up off of the ground

What are you waiting for? Your change starts here!

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Tags: @danijohnsonlive   gender war   radio show   

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  1. Wesley Price February 2, 2012

    Didn’t even realize this way of thinking had been put into my mind way back when I still thought boys had cooties!
    Thanks Dani.

  2. S.P. February 3, 2012


    You made a great point in this broadcast. As a man, I have seen other women try to act like men and it turns guys off. I do believe the man should be the head of the house, as Christ is the head of the church. (This is what the Scriptures state). Of course, knowing who I am in Christ helps me realize the real me, so I personally don’t have a problem with a woman being successful. I do believe, however, that God ordained the man to be the head of the home for a reason.

    Men and women were made differently for a reason. I think radical feminism has destroyed both men and women and we are worse off because of it. Perhaps Jezebel was the first radical feminist. I’m not sure. I really equate radical feminism with satanism, since that mindset certainly didn’t come from God.

    At any rate, I don’t want to be too verbose here, but I find that a woman who is secure in her femininity is attractive and I don’t want to marry one that acts like a man. God didn’t design it that way either.

    Thank you for your delightful and bold insight into this matter. I appreciate it!