Karen Straughan - "Feminism : Socialism in Panties" (@NHLF14, 3/26/2014)Submitted by Cyril on Thu, 07/17/2014 - 21:22
Via FreeStateProjectNH, 3/26/2014 :
The roots of feminism are essentially collectivist. From the Declaration of Sentiments of Seneca Falls, published the same year as the Communist Manifesto, the language and philosophical framework of feminism is identical to that of marxism repurposed. It is a model of class struggle which casts men as the bourgeoisie and women as the proletariat, a social dynamic Karl Marx insisted must be internalized by women if women were to be convinced to participate in any communist revolution. This model lingers today in modern feminism and in mainstream society, despite a mountain of evidence that gender relations simply do not work this way.