- FRONTPAGE MAGAZINE
Freedom Center Shillman Fellow Bruce Bawer’s excellent Frontpage article "Where Are the Gays?" paints a chilling portrait of the imminent torture, execution and amputations that await gay men under Taliban rulership in Afghanistan. And, of course, western gays are silent. Many are too busy hooking up on multiple sex apps. Many have never been concerned with rights that extend beyond the erogenous zones of their genitalia, and several are too busy celebrating the pedophilia presented in the best-selling young adult pornographic novel, Jack of Hearts (and Other Parts), as a moral victory over heteronormative patriarchy.Read more ...Where are the Feminists?
- CRISIS MAGAZINE
“The use of Fashions in thought,” says Uncle Screwtape the astute, “is to distract the attention of men from their real dangers.” So, for example:
We direct the fashionable outcry of each generation against those vices of which it is least in danger and fix its approval on the virtue nearest to that vice which we are trying to make endemic.Read more ...We Need More Patriarchy, Not Less
- Julio M. Shiling
What is Radical Feminism?
Radical Feminism (“RF”) is a worldview and movement that sees the historical, as well as the current social, economic, and political order as oppressive. It believes in the notion of an existing male supremacy which reinforces a patriarchal system and has exploited women throughout history. RF is an offshoot of Marxism and as such, embraces the need for a complete systemic dismantling. In other words, it advocates the overthrow of the perceived patriarchal order, which is the same as saying the current system in place.
Differing greatly from traditional feminist thought and movements, which exclusively sought needed reforms within the existing order, RF is an intellectual offspring of postmodernism and consequently, cultural Marxism. It inherently adheres to the Frankfurt School’s Critical Theory paradigm. Today, RF has modulated its oppressed/oppressor format, inline with other Marxist thought frameworks, and now will typically focus its furor against and understanding of the patriarchal categorization as that of being strictly white and heterosexual males.