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Feminists: They Even Hate Love

Posted on | February 14, 2017 | 2 Comments

 

Is there anything that feminism can’t destroy? Feminists hate babies. Feminists want your tax money to pay for killing babies. If you disagree with feminists, they will do everything in their power to harm you and your family. Regular readers of this blog know the truth: Feminism Is a Totalitarian Movement to Destroy Civilization as We Know It. Feminist ideology is a satanic doctrine, and feminist rhetoric is anti-male hate propaganda. This is a truth that feminists prove anew every day:

More than a decade ago, Lawrence Summers was purged from the presidency of Harvard University after he had the temerity to suggest there are “innate differences” between men and women. Feminists consider all differences between men and women to be socially constructed by the gender binary of the heterosexual matrix, as Professor Judith Butler has declared. Feminism’s goal is to achieve equality through androgyny, eradicating masculinity and femininity so that men and women become exactly identical and, in such an egalitarian post-patriarchal utopia, what basis could there be for romantic love?
None whatsoever, as feminist Carrie Jenkins explains in her new book, What Love Is: And What It Could Be. Professor Jenkins, who teaches philosophy at the University of British Columbia, is an advocate and practitioner of polyamory. Her book has been praised by her fellow feminists as an argument against “traditional, heteronormative, monogamous, pair-bonded, procreative, romantic love.” It is wrong even to imagine that kind of love, Professor Jenkins recently told an interviewer: “This idea that it’s very romantic to be swept off your feet by a Prince Charming figure and rescued from a life of poverty or whatever by a wealthy man, is feeding into these gendered stereotypes. This is built into our ideas of who we find attractive, what it is to have a romantic story attached to your love life.” . . .

Read the whole thing at The American Spectator.



 

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