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Feminism, the ideology dedicated to “smashing the patriarchy,” has instead made male lives the norm for everyone. After fifty years of radical feminism, we can’t even define “woman.” In this powerful new book, Carrie Gress says what cannot be said: feminism has abolished women.
Hulking “trans women” thrash female athletes. Mothers abort their baby girls. Drag queens perform obscene parodies of women. Females are enslaved for men’s pleasure—or they enslave themselves. Feminism doesn’t avert these tragedies; it encourages them. The carefree binge of
self-absorption has left women exploited, unhappy, dependent on the state, and at war with men.
And still, feminists cling to their illusions of liberation.
But there are real answers. Real answers for real women. Carrie Gress—a wife, mother, and philosopher—punctures the myth of feminism, exposing its legacy of abuse, abandonment, and anarchy. From the serpent’s seduction of Eve to Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein to Kate Millett’s lust, violence, and insanity to Meghan Markle’s havoc-ridden rise to royalty, Gress presents a history as intriguing as the characters who lived it. The answers women most desperately need, she concludes, are to be found precisely where they are most afraid to look.
Only a rediscovery of true womanhood—and motherhood—can pull our society back from the brink. And happiness is possible only if women are open to making peace with men, with children, with God, and—no less difficult—with themselves. For feminism’s victims, Gress is a welcoming voice in the darkness: The door is open. The lights are on. Come home.
What People Are Saying
"My hope is for men and women to read The End of Women with a heart open to see the reality of what secular feminism has done to our society. Instead of empowering women, we are being erased. Instead of building up the strengths and abilities surrounding the unique qualities of women, we have been encouraged to deny who we were meant to be and embrace a masculine identity. This did not happen overnight. This book gives a historic look at how womanhood has been cheapened to a mere costume in our current society and serves as a warning: If we do not work now to reverse the damage that has been done, we may never be able to correct it. This is a must read."
—Abby Johnson, former Planned Parenthood Director and current CEO of And Then There Were None
“The End of Woman is an insanely intelligent and vital book on why destroying womanhood and manhood hasn’t made anyone happy—and never will. Through intense research and masterful writing, Carrie Gress unmasks the hideous history of feminism and invites women into an infinitely more joyful way of life.”
—Kimberly Ells, author of The Invincible Family: Why the Global Campaign to Crush Motherhood and Fatherhood Can’t Win
"Carrie Gress is a brilliant woman and fearless writer. Her books often strike me with a mix of shock and horror at her exposés of the rot of the culture, especially the chaos inflicted by America’s cultural-sexual revolutionaries. But on the plus side, her books keep me informed and edified about the challenges facing the nation. They are indispensable. In this latest work, Dr. Gress once again sends a warning to Americans and especially to women."
—Paul Kengor, Ph.D., professor of political science, Grove City College, editor of The American Spectator
"Whereas second wave feminists made popular the notion that 'the personal is political,' Carrie Gress gracefully yet unflinchingly demonstrates in The End of Women that, for the women who made feminism, the political is deeply personal. We would be remiss to ignore the decadence, dysfunction, and depression that followed so many their whole lives long, and equally silly to imagine that these personal tragedies had no bearing on the ideas they very successfully memed into the reality of modern life. This excellent book is for anyone who has known the tragedy of living by lies, and who earnestly wants to see the truth, no matter how unpopular it may have become."
—Helen Roy, contributing editor at The American Mind
"Feminism’s family of origin, seen in the backstories of propagandists like Wollstonecraft and Stanton, Friedan and Steinem, is carefully chronicled by Carrie Gress in her masterpiece “The End of Woman.” This cautionary tale is all we need to break with the feminist “brand.” And to emerge from its confines, Gress suggests something both simple and radical: let women be women, particularly in our self-sacrificial love as mothers."
—Andrea Picciottti-Bayer, director of the Conscience Project and mother of 10.
"There is so much loud noise in the culture wars. Carrie Gress's eloquent The End of Woman is that wonderful exception. It's a book whose tone of calm reason and argument via historical research and compassion for its subject make it go down smoothly, but without sacrificing its strong argument and core ethical values. Beautifully written and empathetic, it argues that we accept the things we cannot change about our human vulnerability while pointing the way to making sure women are respected and cared for. A first-rate work."
—Mark Judge, author of The Devil's Triangle
Carrie Gress knows exactly what a woman is and what her true and marvelous purpose is. Her fascinating new book is a riveting whodunit that answers an inescapable question we are all asking ourselves: who is responsible for murdering womanhood? Finally, we have our answer, along with an eloquent, clarion call to restore women to their rightful and essential place in society.
—Peachy Keenan, author of Domestic Extremist: A Practical Guide to Winning the Culture War
"Carrie Gress is a powerhouse, a quiet powerhouse who spends her days changing the culture. She believes in the power of beautiful objects to change the world, and she believes in making the public case for a proper understanding of womanhood which she has done beautifully in her new book, The End of Woman: How Smashing the Patriarchy has Destroyed Us. Carrie Gress has opened up an important new debate."
—Austin Ruse, president of the Center for Family & Human Rights (C-Fam), and author of Under Siege: No Finer Time to be a Faithful Catholic.