The feminists who can read, and there aren’t that many, have figured out Pope Francis and they don’t like him.
They are already subtly trashing him. However, they know they are going against a populist icon. They don’t have a chance with this, of course. They have sized up both their enemy and their audience. Therefore, their strategy is not going to be an all out assault. They say things like, “He has to ‘learn’ a few things about women, etc.” In undermining Francis, feminists have to walk a tightrope. They have to appear not to be wholly unreasonable.
Here is a great example.
Behold Mary E. Hunt, an old war horse of the feminist movement.
Mary delivers – at length – three things about Francis that she likes and three that she doesn’t like. Actually, three things that leave her “warm” or “cold”.
Guess which set she thinks is more important?
So, this is another exercise in the feminist attack on Francis. You saw Sr. Maureen Fiedler’s attack on him the other day. HERE If you want to have an amusing and, dare I say, nostalgic review of how old feminists think, have a look.
You go against Francis at your own peril. He will be, after all, TIME Magazine’s “Person of the Year”.