Your Conservative Movement
It can't be repeated enough that these people believe women are nothing more than baby-making machines with no capacity for making moral choices. That is what underlies this pig's argument that feminism is "a minority social movement, whose members murder innocent children in order to obtain sexual gratification."
For only a self-interested amoralist would murder for pleasure, right? When one believes, with no evidence to support it, that feminists desire "abortion on demand," it becomes easier to argue that women are incapable of making moral decisions. That leaves it up to the men, which reinforces a social pattern of gender-based hierarchy and power. And of course, that is the feminist critique in the real world. Feminism's contribution to our understanding of the human condition is to point out that subtle barriers exist between men and women that manifest themselves as power in the social world. It isn't a prescription for matriarchy, but a prescription for social equality.
Conservatives believe that creating social equality is an artificial process, which explains the intellectual roots of antifeminism. Cruder conservatives, such as the one quoted above, don't take the human nature high road and instead take offense at female autonomy in general. And since it is hard to seriously argue that women and men should be unequal in the social world, regressive conservatives resort to demonizing women. In fact, the reprehensible "definition" cited above even incorporates a couple Deadly Sins (lust, wrath) for good measure.
I think the key thing to remember about the pro-life movement (as distinct from the antifeminists) is that they value the nine-month long existence of the embryo/fetus more than the human being that gives it life in the first place. And as soon as it is born, that favoritism disappears in a tidal wave of movement conservatism that bankrupts public schools, opposes maternity rights for women, and abhors the idea of a social safety net. I find that so warped that I can barely get my mind around it. Surely this derives from the notion that the soul enters the body the moment conception is achieved, yet it is a soul that cannot make decisions until it is released from its mother's womb where it can then make personal choices that are supposedly unaffected by the social environment. Then the evangelicals come to save you. Or something like that.
And most important, the mother is lost in this process. Was her pregnancy desired? Accidental? The result of ignorance? The product of a terrible crime? Apparently none of these things matter. Only that embryonic soul matters. And I find that appalling and disgusting. The issue is entirely about women controlling their own bodies. Period. Either they have that right--and it is a right--or they don't. If you're remotely modern in your thinking, you support legal abortion. If you're not, then you construct rhetorical traps of varying sophistication to argue that women can't make that decision and that the process should be illegal. Criminalizing women. What an ugly legacy for the political philosophy once known as "conservatism."