Our Ladyfesto

We Truly Tasteful Ladies Do Hereby Demand  Request:


- Repeal the Ladies’ vote. It is suffering and not suffrage that keeps us up on our pedestals. And if God hadn’t wanted us up on pedestals, He wouldn’t have make us shorter than our husbands.

- Abolish the environment. It takes up too much space, and is almost impossible to keep clean!

- Free Ladies from wage slavery. The 70-odd cents we earn for every manly dollar is entirely too much. It is unladylike to accept money for your work.

- Protect the unconceived. Little sperms are people, too, and deserve citizenship.

- Maintain illiteracy as a high school graduation requirement. An uninformed populace is an obedient populace, and a self-censoring one, too. After all, ignorance is a virtue: what you can’t read, can’t hurt you!

- Insist on universal free childcare. No one should be paid to do what a real Lady does in her home for free.

- Weed out uppity women through the establishment of HULA Committee: the House Committee on Un-Ladylike Activities.

- Procreation, not recreation. Where did so many gals get the idea that s_x is supposed to be f_n? True ladies, it’s time to close your eyes and do your duty!

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18 thoughts on “Our Ladyfesto

  1. I marched with Ladies Against Women at a SF Gay Pride Parade in the last millennium, sometime in the early 80’s. Do you all know which years the Ladies showed their pretty faces at this sometimes crude and lewd event?

  2. I was just telling someone the other night about L.A.W. and its fine work in keeping America safe from the 21st century. (I even mention you in the women’s/gender studies classes that I teach. But we won’t tell anyone, as doing so would smack of the sort of Shameless Self-Promotion in which, I am told, ladies must never participate.)

  3. ♀ Mrs. Schlafly, surely one of your greatest inspirations (with her husband’s permission), is no longer with us. I can think of no better group than L.A.W. to give her a proper memorial.

  4. Hello from one of the original Long Beach Ladies. Looks like our time has come again. Keep our nation on the track. One step forward, two steps back indeed. Love from Mrs, Eureka Hoover.

  5. Ladies! We need you now more than ever. Too many women are forgetting their place in society today and we need to reclaim our real statuses (or lack there of!). Please make your voices ‘not’ heard again. Your work has been inspirational to me. Truly.

  6. “Borrowed” the original L.A.W. concept to protest in front of the Supreme Court in 1985 0r 1986. Much confusion ensued, as the media who showed up couldn’t quite wrap their heads around what was happening. Even the women from NOW, who supported the 1973 Roe v Wade decision by standing with signs across the street every January 22, sent an emissary over to find out what we were doing. Rose-colored cheeks, over-the-top church and tea hats, matching gloves,wearing very high heels, teetering around in a circle (holding a long length of pink ribbon to connect us. I reallly hope I still have the chant sheet!

  7. I ordered a packet of LAW materials from Plutonium Players back in the 80’s, had lots of manly laffs, and I stuck the packet in a box.
    Years pass.
    Just found it! Memories, eh? Do you ladies have an archive?

  8. I think the “Ladies Against Women” should organize protest rallies and marches in support of Amy Cony Barrett for Supreme Court Justice, She has done her job as a women wife,and mother of bearing 5 children and adopting 2 others, She is against abortion and women’s rights, She is the “perfect” anti-feminist candidate for Justice of the Supreme Court. She is endorsed by the Federalist Society. She, is certified a “Conservative” by the Republican Party and endorsed by Trump. A right wingers right winger..

  9. I am so excited that a friend told me about this site! My Lady’s name was Lavinia Wilnot, and I opposed reading, years before The Handmaid’s Tale made its exxlosive appearance.. Little girls should memorize recipes, and their husbands can read them the Bible. That’s all they need to know, right?

    Seriously, I joined the LAW in Oklahoma in 1982, just in time to help prevent the ERA from passing. When it failed, we had an Up Your Pedestal Party. I knew there was a national organization, but little else. I am so pleased you younger Ladies are keeping Ladylike behavior alive!

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