Excerpt from the book:
“Pants equal power. Pants, for women, was the symbol of equality, and for men, seeing women wearing them, something unacceptable and rebellious. Perhaps this is where, “who wears the pants?” (who has more say/power in the relationship?) comes from. Well up until the 1800’s, women never wore pants. Pants emerged as part of the feminist movement in the 19th Century…” https://mediaintro1.wordpress.com/2013/02/20/dressing-a-form-of-art-and-pants-the-symbol-of-equality/
“Mrs. Bloomer turned the trousers into a uniform of rebellion…challenging the long tradition of who in the family wore the pants.” “Panati’s Extraordinary Origins of Everyday Things” by Charles Panati. Feminism, Androgyny, and Spiritualism p.17
“Those who feel called out to join the movement in favor of woman’s rights and the so-called dress reform might as well sever all connection with the third angel’s message. The spirit which attends the one cannot be in harmony with the other. The Scriptures are plain upon the relations and rights of men and women. Spiritualists have, to quite an extent, adopted this singular mode of dress…’ IT 447.3
Strong statements? Absolutely! What does this mean? Who does it refer to? What is the so-called dress reform? Who are the spiritualists?
The answers to these questions and more are found in Feminism, Androgyny, and Spiritualism: Precursors to Women’s Ordination including:
- Laodicea – An Unholy Mixture by Joe Crews, from his book Reaping the Whirlwind
- A very enlightening article on christian unity
Take a leap of faith——-read and be blessed!!
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