Phyllis Schlafly sees "women's libbers" as
1) Lesbians, radicals, anti-family
2) Women who know their proper place in society
3) Women who speak for the majority of American women
Answer: Lesbians, radicals and anti-family.
According to Schlafly, women libbers are radically oriented women activists who do not promote family, marriage or children as platforms for women. The group is also labelled as promoters of abortion. It has been dominated by unmarried women who do not value family and the institutional values of marriage. This group has an extreme and neo-civilized view regarding sexuality, gender equality and women's freedom. Their view perceives marriage as confinement and barrier to freedom. The group also promotes homosexuality as a remedy to boredom and isolation faced by women in family.
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