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Christian Gov. Of Arkansas, Sarah Huckabee Sanders Sets So-Called Feminists Straight Via New Mandate

Updated: Nov 11, 2023


ORLANDO - JUNE 18, 2019: Now Arkansas Governor, Sarah Huckabee Sanders (R), then--White House campaign manager and political advisor, who served as the White House press secretary under US President Donald Trump (L), speaks during a rally at the Amway Center in Orlando, where Trump officially launched his 2020 campaign. (Photo by Eva Marie Uzcategui T./Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)



LITTLE ROCK (CC) - While nations, cities, states, corporations and universities in the U.S. are forcing Americans to use language that, in effect, removes femininity from words traditionally used to describe women, Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders, R-Ark., is setting so-called feminists straight on femininity in Arkansas with her new mandate.


As a devout Christian, and daughter of former congressman Mike Huckabee, who is now a TBN show host, she issued an executive order, on October 19, that mandates the use of biological woman-specific words and phrases, and prohibits the use of "woke, anti-women words for official state government business."


The official title of the mandate is, "EXECUTIVE ORDER TO ELIMINATE WOKE, ANTI-WOMEN WORDS FROM STATE GOVERNMENT AND RESPECT WOMEN."


In demonstrative language, and written in all caps originally on the web site, the order states thus:


"The science is clear and real; There are things only women can do, like perform the miracle of birth."


"Government should reject language that ignores, undermines, and erases women; Government should celebrate gender distinctions between men and women — not erase them."



The governor's conservative supporters claim that while some self-proclaimed feminists, who tend to follow the Left, are furious at the new mandates in Arkansas, this legislation is sorely needed.


Many moderates, independents and non-political voters also applauded what they called "common sense legislation," a phrase also used by former House Minority Leader, Nancy Pelosi, when she described her goal of passing stricter gun legislation in the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives.


As an example of the right-wing's stereotypical and currently representative position, back in the spring, Arkansas' Department of Health released a memo that described the negative effects that drinking water with polyfluroalkyl substances, or PFAS, can have on "pregnant people."


Notice the intrigue of the language - leveraging the word "people," instead of the words "pregnant women."


Conservatives and Christians argue that biological men cannot possibly become pregnant.


Now, happily for them, in Arkansas, thanks to Sanders' new mandate, official state business will use the phrases "pregnant women" or "pregnant mom."


Christian women, especially mothers, all over the world, welcomed the new legislation that counters the use of what they refer to as "culturally conscious" or "inclusive" language — initiatives, in their view, that eliminate, demean, lessen, disrespect, erase femininity.


The so-called "feminist movement" has been partially blamed for the breakdown of the nuclear family, along with government assistance rules that prevented males from living in a household where women received welfare, during the government assistance program's apex era.


Orthodox Christians have consistently expressed their view that the feminist movement has maneuvered its way into the Church, in a liberal way, that has seen the rise in feminist pastors, ministers, televangelists and Prosperity Gospel preachers. Against the will of God.


Some say to the detriment of the Church - referencing the Holy Bible's message that it is a "shame" for women to speak in church. (1 Corinthians 14:44-45)


Feminists have pointed to the breaking of the glass ceiling, and other achievements for women, as positives for their movement.








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