The following is from the feminist book Introducing Thealogy: Discourse on the Goddess By Melissa Raphael:
"Goddess religion and spirituality would not want to be positioned in such a way as to break its connection to other traditions. As I have indicated, some on the alternative fringes of Christian and Jewish communities seek to transform their own religion and spirituality by incorporating the Goddess into the (reclaimed) theology, ritual and liturgy of the tradition. SO although Goddess feminism has a distinctive spiritual/political stamp, emphasizing emancipatory politics and the sacrality of female embodiment, it can also be understood as something of a composite religion which draws upon those parts of other religions which are considered empowering to women or which already honour female divinities. As nearly all the world's religions have borrowed and incorporated, that does not disqualify Goddess feminism from the status of a religion in itself."This is a smoking-gun example of what I talk about in the video above, namely, the feminist colonization of human communities. Remember that we are not ONLY talking about religion; we are talking about any human community of any kind. However, since religion is a huge swath of what constitutes human community, it serves as a prime example. Clearly, this arm of the feminist project aims to increase the power of women not only by making established religion unavailable as a non-feminist organizing venue, but also by making the highest power in the universe a female power.
Note especially how feminism, in the form of Goddess "thealogy", fastens like a succubus upon "patriarchal" religion and sucks the male soul out of it. Interesting, isn't it. . . .?
Lengthy extracts from Introducing Thealogy can be found at Google Books, here:
Anyhow, whatever community you are in (religious or otherwise), you will need to form counter-feminist committees to address feminist infiltration in a manner befitting your situation.