Catholic parents should not send their daughters to college. That's the view of Raylan Alleman, co-founder of the US-based conservative Catholic website, Fix The Family.

On his website Alleman lists eight reasons for keeping women out of America's universities (even Catholic ones).

According to Alleman,the first reason is that whilst in college girls will, he writes, "attract the wrong types of men."

Who exactly are the wrong types? Indolent ones who don't understand it's their duty, as ordained by God and nature, to be the family breadwinner.

There are so many lazy men in our society Alleman writes, "but what mystifies me is why girls continue to marry them and then live to complain about them, along with their parents... The bottom line, HE is only supplementing HER income, but he’s supposed to be the provider."

There you are girls. Feminism was a complete non-starter. Equality was for the birds. Just join Raylan Alleman in his shiny silver DeLorean to ferry you back to 1955.

The second reason it's a huge waste of time and money giving girls a college education is that whilst in college a young woman will be in “a near occasion of sin" pretty much nonstop.

"You have a heavy concentration of young people all living together without the supervision of parents at the most sexually charged state of life they will experience," Alleman says.

In such a setting young women are bound to meet exploitative cads, and you can be sure hanky panky will follow.

"Once she becomes sexually active with him, she releases hormones that mask his faults, and she remains in a dreamy state about him," Alleman writes, in language that suggests alley cats in heat rather than thinking, breathing adult women.

The third reason not to send your girls to college is that young women, when given access to college, will "not learn to be a wife and mother... Nothing that is taught in a college curriculum is geared toward domestic homemaking."

You can't get an easy A in scrubbing the kitchen floor or polishing the silverware until you can see your face in it, can you? No you can’t. So what’s the point?

"Often when a career woman discerns the possibility of giving up her career, she faces the reality that she has had no training in homemaking and often has the thought 'What would I do at home all day?'”

Having no real experience of daily domestic drudgery, your girls will likely be useless when the time comes to give up all of their career goals to be a help meet to men.

Fourth, Alleman writes, "The cost of a degree is becoming more difficult to recoup." That's certainly not a lie. But then he clarifies that it makes much more sense for a young wife to stay at home so that there's more money for the husband to pursue his career goals.

Wait, what?

Fifth, "You don't have to prove anything to the world." Well again, no one will argue with that. "The society is so fixated with the feminist ideal of women having to have a job and provide an income to have worth..." Ah, here you go again Raylan. You started strong and managed to turn it into another opportunity to bash feminists in about ten seconds. Those ghastly career women, with their destructive insistence on equality, who can bear to listen to them eh?

Sixth, parents may use contraception after they see how much it costs them to send their daughters to school. In other words girls getting educated can lead their parents into sin. Those selfish females, have they no consideration for their elders?

Seventh, you're going to regret hitting the books girls. All the while you’ve been improving your mind did you ever stop to think you would "regret neglecting children and restricting childbearing to such an extent that you don't want to even think about it?"

Well, now the jokes on you for believing those misguided feminists who convinced you that you could have a career and a family at the same time.

Lastly, did you know that if you get into serious debt over something like an outstanding student loan the Church won't take you on as a candidate for religious orders? That’s right, nuns may take a vow of poverty but the Catholic Church hasn’t, they will not be paying for your theology studies or anything else, now or ever.

Sounds like Alleman would have a fantastic ally in Raymond Burke, the Irish American Cardinal who recentlyblamed women and girls for the problems the Catholic church faces today and called for them to be banned from serving in voluntary Church roles alongside altar boys.

You can listen to Raylan speaking his mind in the video below, or maybe you can take a moment to give him a piece of your own in our comments section.