Feminism is Anti-Family, Anti-Father, and Encourages the Feminization of the American Male

Worldview WeekendBrannon Howse

If "tolerance" is the core value of political correctness, feminism is its most cherished cause, and the implications of our cultural devotion to feminism are monstrous. Feminism is not about equal rights for women but about the feminization of the American male, an ideology that is anti-family and anti-father-and virtually guaranteed to bring about the wholesale destruction of the American family.

The Frankfurt School staff knew that "...Even a partial breakdown of parental authority in the family might tend to increase the readiness of a coming generation to accept social change."[1]

Dr. Gerald L. Atkinson, CDR, USN (Ret.) describes the attack on the American male through the propaganda of the Frankfurt School:

The Frankfurt school studied the "authoritarian personality" which became synonymous with the male, the patriarchal head of the American family. A modern utopia would be constructed by these idealistic intellectuals by "turning Western civilization" upside down. This utopia would be a product of their imagination, a product not susceptible to criticism on the basis of the examination of evidence. This "revolution" would be accomplished by fomenting a very quiet, subtle and slowly spreading "cultural Marxism" which would apply to culture the principles of Karl Marx bolstered by the modern psychological tools of Sigmund Freud. Thus, "cultural Marxism" became a marriage of Marx and Freud aimed at producing a "quiet" revolution in the United States of America. This "quiet revolution has occurred in America over the past 30 years. While America slept! "The Authoritarian personality," studied by the Frankfurt School in the 1940s and 1950s in America, prepared the way for the subsequent warfare against the masculine gender promoted by Herbert Marcuse and his band of social revolutionaries under the guise of "women's liberation" and the New Left movement in the 1960s. The evidence that psychological techniques for changing personality is intended to mean emasculation of the American male is provided by Abraham Maslow, founder of Third Force Humanist Psychology and a promoter of the psychotherapeutic classroom, who wrote that, "...the next step in personal evolution is a transcendence of both masculinity and femininity to general humanness." The Marxist revolutionaries knew exactly what they wanted to do and how to do it. They have succeeded in accomplishing much of their agenda.[2]

Among the champions of feminism have been Gloria Steinem, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and, most assuredly, Betty Friedan. Friedan was also co-founder of the National Organization of Women (NOW), one of America's most radical feminist organizations.

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