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Debunking Feminist Myths about Domestic Violence


August 20, 2014

Feminism, Secularism, and other marriage-bashing social theories are little more than complex contrivances designed to offer men and women an excuse for abandoning the needs of children and family.

Feminist theory holds that marriage between a man and a woman is, by its very nature, sexist because it is the proclivity of men to dominate and oppress women. This is, of course, a myth. Feminism, Secularism, and other marriage-bashing social theories are little more than complex contrivances designed to offer men and women an excuse for abandoning the needs of children and family, in favor of their own fleeting appetites. But it’s more sinister than screwy priorities.

Feminists, not content to wallow in their own victim-hood, launch continuous assaults against the traditions of courtship, marriage between men and women, and the nuclear family. One of their most insidious of these doctrines says domestic violence is an inevitable component of traditional marriage, and that the most dangerous place on earth for a woman is at home with her husband. Examples of this kind of thinking can be found in feminist publications, Facebook pages, and American universities. Though ambiguous, the term “intimate partner” is used mostly in reference to male partners, specifically husbands.

The intended message is that marriage is a flawed social construct and that violence is inherent to male/female relationships. Despite errors in the logic of this narrative, it makes up a cornerstone of modern feminist theory, and provides fodder to the Left to further discredit men’s roles and the nuclear family.

As if marriage and family aren’t big enough targets for feminist extremists, domestic violence is used to promote a gun control agenda as well. Men and guns of themselves are evil, but a man with a gun spells doom for a woman, or so the story goes.

Although it takes a canon of Feminist myths to smear traditional marriage and nuclear family, it only takes a few facts to discredit these odious feminist myths.

Debunking Feminist myths is a permanent job. Once a particular false narrative is exploded with logic and facts Angry Socialist Women of the Left will find another rationale to bash men and the family. In their very approach, Feminists prove themselves to be anything but pro-woman. Thousands of years of history, tradition, and religious observance have given us an excellent model for human civilization based on family, with a man and woman at the head who work to rear the next generation within a moral framework. If Feminists stood for the well-being of women, they would acknowledge that women, men, and children are most benefited by the wedding covenant, and that it offers great personal fulfillment for women who choose the path of marriage and motherhood.

Imperfect as men and women may be, they need one another, and without them, the next generation will not be.

by Marjorie Haun 8/20/14

  1. Wonderful article on reality and not politically correct forced on us by our own government in D.C.

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