The link to the 1980 tape "Girls Turn It Off" was just posted again on facebook. Here is the link and my comment. If the link doesn't come through and you would like to hear this message that is a rambling definition of misogyny in the church, let me know and I can point you to it in a PM:
The pattern of blaming victims, or just blaming the female and never considering the male involved, has roots in really egregious systems in Europe, especially Ireland, and probably hidden in many places in the U.S. As I watched a documentary about the "workhouses" in Ireland where women were sent who were pregnant, who had been raped even if not pregnant, who were vigins but acted frisky around boys, who were required to give their children up for adoption, and who were interred in these workhouses for decades and often for life, all I could think about were the nightmares people in the walk culture went through when they had no voice (no one would listen), the women were always at fault, abusers (even child sexual abusers) were just sent off to other churches (where they could find a new source of prey), or they were hidden, protected, and even facilitated. Repeatedly.
Is being told to have an abortion that different from stealing a newly born baby from its mom because she wasn't married? Is being told never to have children because it would distract you from your work for the church leaders, much different? Is being told who to marry, who to divorce, when to marry and divorce, any less control than a workhouse? The differences in the extreme examples probably have much more to do with a country's laws (no separation of church and state in Ireland) and the power of the religious leaders.
I didn't see anything wrong with this tape when it first came out. I listened to it recently and I was (literally) physically ill for 3 days.