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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - Angie Schuller Wyatt
Nearly 2,000 years after Jesus commissioned Mary Magdalene to announce his resurrection to his disciples, many segments of Christendom still have difficulty knowing what role to give female members and workers.
However, she says, there's no room at the inn — or on the air — for her.
Ms. Wyatt said restrictions on women's roles aren't always doctrinal, or even consciously made: "It's subtle manipulation, and women, because they love God and want to please God, get coerced into doing things that contradict their own humanity," she said.