The New Catholic Feminism

Part 12: Natural Complementarity: Should it be Celebrated or Suppressed?

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In the previous article of this web series, we laid out some of the evidence for the natural, biologically rooted predispositions that generally characterize men and women. But this gives rise to an obvious and difficult question.

Part 10: The New Catholic Feminism

The following is part 10 of a 20-part series. Follow the series at

The darkest period of European history for women was doubtless the era from 1400 to about 1850 AD. It was marked by a drive to restrict women to the home and the enclosed convent, and also (up until the early 1700s, at any rate) by the witch hunts that claimed hundreds of thousands of lives.


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