Why the Messiah Fallacy Hurts Female Empowerment

I think the Messiah Fallacy is another way for people to avoid taking personal responsibility for their decisions. It’s another way of shirking duty. How easy it is to hide your own sins if EVERYTHING is corrupt and making it right is the job of the messiah. Nice job on this Christy!

When Women Inspire

Messiah Fallacy symbolism The Messiah Fallacy: What is the drop-off point? Photo Source: Seth Anderson, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Flickr.

I am not hiding in hopes that someone else will take the reins in female empowerment campaigns. I admit to doing that in the past, watching the likes of Gloria Steinem stand up for women and not doing my part. That has changed; I have changed. I am now speaking and writing my views to help lead change.

With the concepts of leadership and female empowerment consistently on my mind, it’s with great interest that I am rereading portions of David Castro’s Genership 1.0: Beyond Leadership Toward Liberating the Creative Soul and discussing his sections on the Messiah Fallacy.

What is the Messiah Fallacy?

As Castro explains, the Messiah Fallacy is a technique that is not useful yet still exists in society, such as within some business organizations. It is the fallacy that…

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