The Roots — and Fruits — of Radical Feminism

Mallory Millet is the sister of Kate Millet, an early pioneer in the radical feminist movement and author of numerous books that are required reading in Women’s Studies courses. In a recent article, Mallory unmasks the Marxist and anti-family foundation underlying much of modern feminism, and the human misery it leaves in its wake:

 It was clear they desired nothing less than the utter deconstruction of Western society. The upshot was that the only way to do this was “to invade every American institution.  Every one must be permeated with ‘The Revolution’”: The media, the educational system, universities, high schools, K-12, school boards, etc.; then, the judiciary, the legislatures, the executive branches and even the library system. . . .

I’ve known women who fell for this creed in their youth who now, in their fifties and sixties, cry themselves to sleep decades of countless nights grieving for the children they’ll never have and the ones they coldly murdered because they were protecting the empty loveless futures they now live with no way of going back.  “Where are my children?  Where are my grandchildren?” they cry to me. . . .

The girls have been up to something for years and it’s really not good. It’s evil. We should be sick to our souls over it.  I know I am. And so, mass destruction, the inevitable outcome of all socialist/communist experiments, leaves behind its signature trail of wreckage.

So much grace, femininity and beauty lost.

So many ruined lives.

As the impact of second- and third-wave feminism continues to reverberate through society, more and more women are awakening to the destructive effects of the movement and rejecting it. I fear, however, that the movement–and the destruction–has not yet run its course.

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One Response to The Roots — and Fruits — of Radical Feminism

  1. Parriah Pottymouth says:

    Reblogged this on Parriah Pottymouth and commented:
    So much grace, femininity and beauty lost. So many ruined lives.

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