Christian Womanhood on the Web. Here is a page of links to some of the best articles on other sites dealing with matters of interest to Christian women and girls. Included also are some links to recommended books.
The Woman's Headcovering. A scholarly commentary on the headcovering passage in 1 Corinthians 11 that interacts with various arguments which have been used to evade this simple commandment.
The Public Preaching of Women. By Robert Lewis Dabney (1879). "This common movement for women's rights, and women's preaching ... cannot be candidly upheld without attacking the inspiration and authority of the Scriptures."
Paul on Women Speaking in Church. By Benjamin Warfield (1919). An article on the interpretation of 1 Corinthians 14:34-35, with some incisive remarks on the anti-Christian and individualistic premises of the feminist ideology.
The Role of Women in the Church. By George W. Knight III. "We who believe and confess that the Scripture is sufficient for ordering all of life, had best allow its clear language to capture our hearts and minds; release us from the intimidating power of this corrupted world and its culture; and bring us to submit our every thought, purpose, and action to the sovereign, revealed will of our Lord, for His honor and glory."
Gender-Neutral Bible Versions. Several articles on the efforts of feminists to promote 'politically correct' speech in the Church by means of new Bible translations.
Women in Combat? Although some girls (like the unfortunate Jessica Lynch) may be enticed into joining the Armed Forces by promises of financial help for college, Christian girls should by no means do this. This page gives links to articles on the subject.
Women's Suffrage. By H. M. Goodwin. An article from the New Englander and Yale review, Volume 43, Issue 179 (March 1884), pp. 193-213.
Lenin on Women's Liberation. Sexual egalitarianism is basically a socialist idea, springing from socialist principles and tending to socialist results. Soviet dictator V.I. Lenin outlined the whole modern agenda of "women's liberation" in a 1920 interview with the German feminist Clara Zetkin.