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Anonymous asked in Social ScienceGender Studies · 2 months ago

Why is patriarchy good for women, for men, for children and for the country?

Patriarchy does not mean oppression of others or treating women as object that feminists routinely claim.. It is not that male is superior to female.

But it is separation of roles and responsibilities.  

I don't see feminists today aggressively pushing for equal responsibility in sewer cleaning or brick laying. So, feminists already  believe in separation of responsibilities when it is convenient for them. 

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  • 2 months ago
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    "Why is patriarchy good for women, for men, for children and for the country?"

    In a masculine society governed by Christian values (which include a masculine-depicted and compassionate God), feminine virtues are adored and honored.

    In a feminized society, male virtues are discarded.

    The term Patriarchy as it's become known, is the Christian/Roman order of giving men a role in their families that motivates them to do anything and everything to provide, protect, preserve and advance that family using any and all of their energies and force, right up to their own death if necessary. 

    The extrapolated result of that order has led to men cooperating with other men to combine their energies into preserving each other's interests, as well as working towards greater ends for the benefit of their families, that couldn't otherwise occur by working alone.  Our modern civilization with all its culture and art, modern civil & mechanical & electrical infrastructure, and it's marvels of technology are all the result of this Patriarchy.

    This has been the only system to have resulted in a free and prosperous civilization for the majority of common people. 

    Feminists, as cultural Marxists, like to pick away at Western civilization (Patriarchy) using critical theory to brainwash others into thinking this free and prosperous way of life we are living is somehow bad.  And they use all sorts of elementary logical fallacies in the process, like for example, claiming that the Patriarchy endorses male domestic violence.  But this would be just as fallacious as claiming that a free society endorses murder because in totalitarian societies where nobody has freedom, there are no (or very few) murders that -can- even happen.  It's not the system that's bad, it's bad universal human nature that critical theorists exploit to pass its judgement onto the good system.


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  • 2 months ago

    You're just wrong. We've had a patriarchal system in place. We still do, it's just less severe now, and it is harmful to men while deadly to women. Feel free to read up on women's rights history from 1990 and before, and even now. Google is free.

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  • 2 months ago

    It gives the people a strong back bone and not based on a women's emotion and it will teach our boys especially our boys.. and women to stand up for themselves and be independent creatures

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  • Bill
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    2 months ago

    Patriarchy is seen as bad because feminists and their powerful backers have successfully brainwashed the western world to believe it is bad.  You're right though that the patriarchy just split up the roles among men and women to increase efficiency and put the sexes in places they could best serve society. 

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