Why Did Feminists Attack the Family?

This article is almost a year old but important to look at again in the context of the evolution of the decay of the Occident and the role of the implementation of the international agenda for the planned destruction of the family in the acceleration of the deconstruction of western civilization.

Heretical Sex
Monday, August 27, 2007

The contemporary cultural and political war against the family has several causes, of which feminism is by far the most significant.

‘First-wave’ feminists in the early Twentieth Century were not at all anti-family. Indeed, one of their demands was that control of hearth and home should be the domain of women. Reference.

It was only as a result of second-wave feminism, in the late 1960s, that the feminist attack on the family began. Neil Lyndon, in his 1992 book ‘No More Sex War’, was perhaps the first to trace the origins of second-wave feminist ideology to Marxism….

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