On Christmas Eve, United Nations Said Motherhood was a "Penalty"

On Christmas Eve, United Nations Said Motherhood was a “Penalty”

On Christmas Eve, which is the evening that commemorates when Mary’s birth-pains with the Christ-child were no doubt beginning, the United Nations tweeted out that motherhood is a “penalty” for women.

The tweet mentioned the ‘downside’ to rearing children including more unpaid care and ‘domestic’ work, reduced employment (the horror), gender-based occupational segregation, and gender pay gaps.

The tweet seems to argue that women are “free” when they serve employers but enslaved when they serve their husbands and children.

With leftists calling motherhood a “penalty” and insinuating the greatest gift on Earth is some kind of slavery, we should all be gravely concerned when globalist organizations like the U.N. say they want to help liberate mankind or fight for social justice.

If they don’t know what punishment is, do they know what justice is?

Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! (Isaiah 5:20)


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