Sunday, May 16, 2010

Feminists Fail at Diminishing American Motherhood

A Rasmussen poll that was released on Mother’s Day revealed that 64 percent of American adults – about two out of three – think that being a mother is “the most important role for a woman to fill in today’s world.”

-- From "Being a Mother Remains A Woman’s Most Prominent Role, Most Say" Tuesday, May 11, 2010 by Edwin Mora, 5/11/10

Regardless of whether or not children are involved, more women than men tend to consider being a mother “their most fulfilling role.”

This year’s figures are “virtually” the same from those in the “past few years,” including last year where 66 percent of adults thought a woman’s role as a mother is the most important.

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