Phyllis Schlafly is the "mother" of Andy Schlafly, and thus the source of the nonsense that is Conservapedia. She is a living example of the advantages of Abortion, judiciously applied. Liberal feminist Gloria Steinem bluntly put that Sarah Palin looks like a younger version of Schlafly. Maybe Palin is some relation to her!
In addition to being a rabid conservative, she also hates women, confirming that what drives conservatives to fundamentalist religious fanaticism is their self-hate. Even other Republicans sometimes seem to think she’s crap. A Republican housewife living right next door to frightful Phyllis once said she was the type who appeals to emotion and doesn’t bother about facts. "(…) an exponent of an extreme right-wing philosophy — a propagandist who deals in emotion and personalities where it is not necessary to establish facts or prove charges."
She apparently hates equality, as she opposed the Equal Rights Amendment.
Successful career womanEdit
Phyllis Schlafly has lived the life of a successful career woman and as far as outsiders can see it did her good. She ran a national newspaper, was delegate and president of Republican organizations though the National Federation had the sense to choose someone else. She doesn’t want other women to have the freedom she has. She likes women to stay at home and do things like baking bread with apricot, date nut, honey-bran and pumpkin. She says her husband lets her do what she wants. When he says she is doing too much she acts like an obedient little Girl and cancels assignments.
Rape in marriageEdit
Phyllis is not helpful to women with inconsiderate husbands. She thinks a husband can rape his wife any time he wants to. Many women only find out what inconsiderate things their husbands want after marriage. Among fundy Christians adjusting to marriage is a bigger problem for the wife because she is expected to be obedient while he is under less pressure to adjust to her. Then role models like frightful Phyllis make things worse. Outsiders may like to speculate as to what may or may not have been wrong with Phyllis Schlafly's marriage.