Why Feminism Wants to Dismantle the Family (long)

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Like many isms before it (Communism, religions, cults), feminism seeks to dismantle the traditional family unit for its own gain. Why? To the ism, old loyalties are like bad habits interfering with an individual’s ability to pledge unwavering allegiance. Isms want control, but families tend to put family members and their needs before the demands of the ism, reducing the ism’s power and influence and…

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Nikita Coulombe

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Artist and Author. Visit my site for more: nikitacoulombe.com

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