SchwartzReport: 4 Ways Religious Fundamentalists Attack Women on Sex

Cultural Intelligence
Stephan A. Schwartz
Stephan A. Schwartz

I think religious fundamentalism ought to be considered a mental illness. Inevitably, and without exception across the globe, it always involves a deep sexual dysfunctionality and a compulsion to suppress and control women.

4 Ways Conservatives Are Fighting to Control Women’s Sex Lives
KATIE MCDONOUGH – AlterNet (U.S.)

Republicans are fighting to keep women from accessing birth control.

Mainstream news outlets are still running editorials chastising women for having sex before marriage.

Abstinence-only education ties girls’ worth to their virginity.

Police departments and others in the criminal justice system blame victims of sexual assault for the violence committed against them.