Wednesday, 11 January 2017


In this 7 part series, we will see the origins of the feminist movement and how it goes against God and His teachings on the ministry of wife and mother... and we will see how the seeds of discontent were sown for women and why the abortion industry has flourished..

Germaine Greer was born in Melbourne in 1939, growing up in the bayside suburb of Mentone. Her father was a newspaper advertising rep' who served in the wartime RAAF. After attending a private convent school, Star of the Sea College, in Gardenvale, she won a teaching scholarship in 1956 and enrolled at the University of Melbourne. After graduating with a degree in English and French language and literature, she moved to Sydney, where she became involved with the Sydney Push social milieu and the anarchist Sydney Libertarians at its centre.   By 1972 Greer would identify as an anarchist communist, close to Marxism.

In her first teaching post, Greer lectured at the University of Sydney, where she also earned a first class MA in romantic poetry in 1963 with a thesis entitled The Development of Byron's Satiric Mode. A year later, the thesis won her a Commonwealth Scholarship, which she used to fund her doctorate at the University of Cambridge in England, where she became a member of the all-women's Newnham College.

Professor Lisa Jardine, who was at Newnham at the same time, recalled the first time she met Greer, at a formal dinner in college: "The principal called us to order for the speeches. As a hush descended, one person continued to speak, too engrossed in her conversation to notice, her strong Australian accent reverberating around the room. 

At the graduates' table, Germaine was explaining that there could be no liberation for women, no matter how highly educated, as long as we were required to cram our breasts into bras constructed like mini-Vesuviuses, two stitched white cantilevered cones which bore no resemblance to the female anatomy. The willingly suffered discomfort of the Sixties bra, she opined vigorously, was a hideous symbol of male oppression.... [We were] astonished at the very idea that a woman could speak so loudly and out of turn and that words such as 'bra' and 'breasts' – could be uttered amid the pseudo-masculine solemnity of a college dinner

In 1968 she received her Ph.D. on the topic of Elizabethan drama with a thesis titled The Ethic of Love and Marriage in Shakespeare's early comedies, and accepted a lectureship in English at the University of Warwick in Coventry. The same year, in London, she married British carpenter and remodeler Paul du Feu, but the marriage lasted only three weeks, during which, as she later admitted, Greer was unfaithful several times.The marriage ended in divorce in 1973.
Here is a snippet of this little darling's sad mind: "I have always been principally interested in men for sex. I've always thought any sane woman would be a lover of women because loving men is such a mess. I have always wished I'd fall in love with a woman. Damn."   

Here we have a self-confessed adulteress who lusts after the experience of lesbianism. And to think that society allowed these over educated, over opiniated, strident man-haters and baby murderers (for they all advocated abortion on demand), to shape and mould not only womankind, but mankind... more fool those of us who listened to them.... The stage for feminism was well set... and look who our teachers were....

© Glenys Robyn Hicks

Isaiah 3:11-13 Woe unto the wicked! it shall be ill with him: for the reward of his hands shall be given him. As for my people, children are their oppressors, and women rule over them. O my people, they which lead thee cause thee to err, and destroy the way of thy paths. The LORD standeth up to plead, and standeth to judge the people.


  1. Goodness! I didn't know she was Australian. I always think of feminism as being an American problem. And speaking of 60's bras, they were much more comfortable than the "natural" ones that they started making after that, and are still making. They at least offered support.

    1. Yes, she was born in Melbourne as I was... not a very good ambassador for us! She was/is one of the foulest mouthed, lewd and unfaithful women of the century! Her legacy for women included immodesty, infidelity and abortion on demand... the ironic and sad thing was that when she finally wanted a child, she couldn't have one.... that is a deep regret (for she has publicly declared that she regrets her choice..she will have to live with that as well as knowing that she and others like her have the blood of innocents on their hands as well...

  2. I think she likes the sound of her own voice which is why she still gets herself on TV from time to time (looking very old these days). She recently decided she didn't like the clothes that the Prime Minister wears which, coming from a feminist, was a little rich!!

    1. Well, I think the Prime Minister's choice of clothing would be preferable to anything Germaine sported... or should we say, lack of clothing! For a woman who touted the feminist ideology in regard to dress, I agree- her comments were a little rich! I saw her on TV recently too- she was her usual strident and big-mouthed self!

  3. Thanks for a very informative series! I'm flabbergasted at how many times women who call themselves "feminist" refer to other women as "stupid," "dumb," "parasites," etc. It seems obvious to me that such pejorative terms are misogynist rather than feminist!


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