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Let’s Talk on March 15 about Debunking the Feminist Myth of ‘Work-Family’ Balance

By March 6, 2024Missouri
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We need to be OK with not “having it all.”

Penny Nance, CEO and President of Concerned Women for America, takes on the seasons of life and the feminist myth of having it all in her book Feisty & Feminine: Chapter 9. Penny addresses work, family, life, and how we can debunk the feminist myth of “having it all” and still lead fulfilled lives.

“During the 1960s, feminist-movement moguls such as Betty Friedan championed themselves as liberators of the poor and miserable stay-at-home mothers. They deemed motherhood as a life sentence with no hope of parole. Fast-forward to 2013, and that war cry is fading, their ranks are shrinking, and liberal feminists are being forced to reinvent their identity to maintain any shred of relevance.” Penny Nance, The Washington Times, March 15, 2013.

Fast-forward again to 2024 – has anything changed? Join me for a time of discussion and conversation over some thought-provoking questions relevant to our lives today as busy women taking care of families, careers, and much more. 

How do you balance it all?  We will also be diving into the articles, action, and prayer highlights from the Concerned Women for America’s Influencer Monthly.

Date: Friday, March 15, 2024
Time: 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. Please arrive early if you would like to order coffee and a pastry.
Location: The Baked Bean, 1860 N. Commerce Road, Nixa, MO.
Contact me at 417-766-2281 or with questions or additional information.

Tracy Dougan
State Director