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  • Writer's pictureSarah Sisson Rollandini

Celebrate & Stand Up For Real Women

Updated: Mar 21


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March is Women's History Month and there has never been a more important time to celebrate real women. In case there is any doubt, I'm talking about spotlighting and throwing confetti over adult human females who have inspired us womenfolk and pointed us toward the uncommon qualities of the wisdom and virtue of our sex. For me, this means honoring courageous historic examples of Christian women like Mother Teresa, Amy Carmichael, and Fanny Crosby, as well as contemporary heroes like Janet Parshall, Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth, and Monique Duson.


Unfortunately, forces in our 21st century culture conspire to erase women altogether. And while you may come from the "Live and let live" camp that sufficed a couple of decades ago, I, along with many other more notable women, are beseeching you to get off the fence and stand with real women now.


Over the past decade and thanks to ridiculous policies forced upon women by radical bureaucrats who abandon common sense and weaponize wokeness, biological males (i.e. men) with gender dysphoria have launched a full out invasion into women's spaces. Such unfair decisions to allow men into female domestic shelters, women's prisons, restrooms, and even female sports have left real women vulnerable. It should go without saying that male and female bodies are not the same and that the criteria for shared spaces should be based on sex, not on whether a man decides to self identify by donning a dress and some lipstick or even cutting off his penis. For men, the physical advantages of producing natural testosterone beginning before birth cannot be overstated. Men are bigger and stronger than women with (thanks to male hormones) a natural tendency toward aggression. News stories such as the ones below emphasize why females should continue to be in a protected category.


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The egregious examples above are just the tip of the iceberg.


There are also plenty of misguided people in leadership who are trying to pass off biological men as women, thereby stealing opportunities from women as well as making men "experts" in positions that should rightly--and logically--be filled only by women.






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International Women's Day post from Lady Gaga with Dylan Mulvaney (not a real woman)


My tendency over the last decade has been to remain quiet about the transgender cult, as well as other dangers confronting our culture. However, more recently God has pricked my conscience regarding my culpability in remaining silent. When Christians stand on the sidelines keeping truth and goodness to ourselves while watching the thief rain lies over the vulnerable, our sin of omission makes us as guilty as the liar himself.


Proverbs 24: 10-12 puts it this way:


If you do nothing in a difficult time,

your strength is limited.

Rescue those being taken off to death,

and save those stumbling toward slaughter.

If you say, “But we didn’t know about this,”

won’t He who weighs hearts consider it?

Won’t He who protects your life know?

Won’t He repay a person according to his work?


It is past time for real Christian women to exercise the just and courageous character of the mighty God who lives in us. He will not be mocked nor replaced by false idols. Over the past couple of decades, our choices to repeatedly keep the peace instead of standing in the way of false ideology has allowed evil to reign and led innocents to the slaughter. He will hold us accountable.


Real women and girls deserve to be protected


The good news is that It is never too late to stand for truth. Here's how:


  1. Use the power of the pen Write to your local newspapers and your legislators about protecting women's spaces by making/keeping them single sex for biological females only.

  2. Be present Attend meetings at local governing bodies, such as the school board and city council. Let the people who make up these organizations know that only women can speak for women.


3. Get social


Use your social media channels to share factual news articles and commentary that point out the predatory nature of men who take advantage of the new gender woo at the expense of women.


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4. Support


There are many influencers, both Christian and secular, who are fighting to protect women's rights and spaces. You can support their efforts financially, prayerfully, and by reposting their material and leaving encouraging comments on their social media channels.


5. Speak out


Talk to the pastor and lay leaders at your church. Express your concerns and encourage them to speak with grace and truth to their flock. If your leaders are more worried about ruffling feathers than communicating God's holy truth about identity and his care for women, find a new church.


6. Band together


In this cancel culture, it can be scary to be the only one speaking out. Get together with other biblical Christians who value godly justice and mercy and are willing to withstand the backlash that comes against those who stand for reality.


Ultimately, we will have to answer to God for our actions (or inaction) in current cultural affairs. Natasha Crain says it best here:


"Silence in exchange for cultural respect is a deal with the devil."


Women's History Month is the perfect time to get off the fence and stand with God-- who created and has always been for--real women.


Until next time.


Your faith cheerleader,


Sarah

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Carla Gasser
21 de mar.

Thank you for tackling this difficult topic head on with such grace & truth. You inspire and encourage me to stand up for my convictions and biblical truth.

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Sarah Sisson Rollandini
Sarah Sisson Rollandini
21 de mar.
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Thank you, Carla! I love that our courage can be contagious!

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