The Sunday sermon of Pope Benedict XVI in Spain, in which he denounced same-sex marriage, abortions and condemned the countries that legalized interruption of pregnancy, triggered serious concerns with feminist movements. Do all feminists advocate the rights of a woman to terminate her pregnancy? Can feminism be Christian and can it be compatible with traditional family values?

Christianity and feminism are stereotyped as two absolutely different things that can in no way be connected. Patriarchal families, bearded men and humble women in kerchiefs do not mix with gays, lesbians and feminists with their eternal struggle for abortion, childfree and other issues, which many still consider unconventional and even abnormal.

As a matter of fact, secular and anticlerical feminism starts to look stranger in the modern Western world, whereas Christian female movements deal with the solution of real issues.

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