Feminism and family


Feminism leads to disintegration of family causing generational trauma to children which further results in higher divorce in subsequent generations.
Broken families lead to a cycle of resentment through multiple generations

It is well known that feminism has recently morphed into an indispensable tool for the government and shrewd businessmen to expand the workforce as well as increase the amount of tax the government receives. And as a result of this culture of corporate feminism, the fundamental unit of society, that is, the family is being harmed and destroyed. But one thing that is pretty commonly discussed but not enough to point out is how it breaks the fundamental unit of society —— the family.

What is a family?

A family is a group of people that are related via a mutual arrangement between two people of the opposite gender that get relatives of both sides involved in the contract to further relations. Marriage is an essential ceremony that seeks to foster responsibility and accountability in a relationship between the two genders. Now, these responsibilities and accountabilities have multifaceted purposes aimed at preserving and bringing the best out of relationships.

Why is preservation and accountability in relationships important anyways? Why do we lack the freedom to have one-night stands or extramarital relationships? Why is it that society pressures us to have a singular arrangement anyways? Why is feminism such an inherently bad thing for a family?

Extramarital affairs, single parenthood and mental wellbeing

The most important of these reasons is that statistically speaking, both men and women are likely to feel sexually attracted when they are emotionally invested. Women are also more likely to be emotionally invested in relationships while men are invested physically, mentally and emotionally. Sex is always an emotional thing instinctively so long as people are not desensitised to it via mediums such as magazines, pornography and media that seek to subconsciously normalise the prevalence of premarital and extramarital relation

Casual sexual relationships and flinging have also been associated with “lower levels of psychological well-being and higher levels of anxiety and depression in both men and women”

Marriage also provides a stable framework where there are responsibilities and accountabilities that contribute to a stable relationship where there are strong familial ties and bonds which in turn also lead to an exponentially healthier environment for children than their non-stable counterparts. A peer-reviewed study published by Elsevier shows that single mothers are twice as likely to be diagnosed with depression and anxiety than their married counterparts. This is especially a result of higher financial, social and distal adversities.

There are numerous other studies that would show that feminism is inherently against traditional family values that are based on mutual sacrifices. Feminists in modern day love to cry about rights to sex work while also ranting about objectification in the same sentences.

Consequences faced by children

Children too have an increased risk of psychosocial morbidity. The two personal factors that are most closely linked to social impairment and mental issues are hostile parenting and mother depression. Depression and anxiety in children are directly proportional to the mental health of single mothers.

To further this, children in families where both parents focus on careers are more likely to be deprived of parental attention in their developmental years. In the case of rich families, the nurturing of children is handed over to nannies and babysitters. This is a very common occurrence in opulent families in the Arabian Gulf.

The issue becomes seemingly more alarming when you come to realise that working class women are overwhelmingly in support of feminism, boasting “freedom” and “independence” as women and indirectly or even directly against family.

Once they grow older, the instilment of beliefs and education is entrusted to institutions that may have their own personal agenda. The child grows up mostly deriving no lessons and having minuscule memory of their family as a whole. Many even grow resentment and hate for their parents as a result of said neglect. The children are taught to be enslaved to corporates and are taught nothing about critical thinking, finances or taught to live without reliance on institutions.

They then follow a similar cycle as their parents since that is the sort of living they have learnt from their family and the cycle continues. And in case their parents ended in divorce, their rate of divorces also increases in higher proportion to that of their predecessors. This further creates a multifaceted problem.

Ideological components of the feminist movement

In many feminist communities, natalism, marriage, and joint families are detested in the name of individual liberty and freedom, totally sacrificing their collective responsibilities to their societies. Most of their parents are sent to nursing homes as they resent or lack emotional bonds with their parents. . This is growing especially due to negative correlations to raising of children as a result of prioritising career above family.

Anti Natalists have gone as far as even asserting that birthing children is immoral since children don’t consent to their birth and that living will only cause them suffering and serve as inconvenience to the parents. They perceive children as cages to their “freedom” because children come with responsibility and accountability.

These unhealthy beliefs are further proselytised and institutionalised by societies in the name of “women’s rights” and an entire month dedicated to historical revisionism and the reorientation of women’s place in history. Often overly exaggerating the accomplishment of women and at other times, portraying non-western matriarchies with regressive practices in a positive light. Although the actual origin is much grimmer.

Many also go to the extent of labelling babies as leeches. This is particularly why such sentiment seeped in to the abortion debate that took place in the United States earlier this year. Statements mockingly endorsing infanticide in the name of Satan became common place among extreme segments of the movement.

These ideologies come at the cost of sacrificing one’s collective responsibilities to the society in exchange for “individual freedom” and in the name of being “strong and independent” women which they like to boast of. Most of their parents are sent to nursing homes as they resent or lack emotional bonds with their parents.

Women’s history month is also one among these attempts at providing platforms for these hooligans where they bring hi

Conclusion

Feminism is in essence, even if mildly put, indirectly against the thriving of families and healthy relationships. Sacrifices from one’s part is discouraged since individual freedom and desire is the priority. The prioritisation of career above family results in mental health problems for all parties involved and the most affected mentally are women and children. Men too are very heavily antagonised during divorces being obliged to pay alimony and child support after the marriage to support the life style of these “independent” women.

Extreme segments of feminism personify this sentiment in the name of Anti Natalism, opposition to marriage as a whole and neglect of obligations towards family. The frequency of mocking and degrading their parents for wanting grandchildren is all too disgustingly prevalent.


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