@tygryss from @onceyouawake - When big changes happen, follow the money. Feminist funding comes from big foundations. Google "Women's Studies" and Rockefeller Foundation and you'll get 132,000 links. Google "Women's Studies" and Ford Foundation and you'll get 217,000 links. Carnegie Foundation yields 197,000 links. They frequently acknowledge foundation funding and expose a massive social engineering program designed to reduce population, emasculate men and undermine the institutions of marriage & family.
Yet, horror to tell, these foundations are dominated by men, not women. Feminism, ostensibly dedicated to "smashing the Patriarchy," is bankrolled by the Patriarchy. * A 1990 report by Women and Foundations/Corporate Philanthropy found that 23% of foundations surveyed had no women or people of color as trustees. Furthermore, women of color made up only 5% of all foundation trustees. * 71% of foundation members are male. A similar bias exists among foundation directors. At 14%, women are better represented among chief executive officers of foundations, but they tend to head the smaller foundations. The largest independent foundations are headed by men.
If you take the time to really trace NGO funding, the faces change from radical chic hell raiser women gradually into very old white men.
Feminists drawing large salaries in universities and NGO's, all have these unseen sugar daddies. The rank and file don't know this. They're too busy picking on men who don't pull any more strings in this culture than they do.
I'll show you how to check it out yourself. First, you'll need the Grants Foundation Index. Using this you can look up foundations and see where their money goes.
Start with an organization's website and where possible, find who funds them, and the list of their board. Save to a notepad or word.doc. When you've collected a lot of donors names, most you won't recognize, some you will, but you'll see names crop up over and over again. They're not all American names either listed on these US foundations. You'll find many names listed in Who's Who in America consisting of mostly Anglo-Americans, Jews, and a smattering of Spanish, German, Italian