The Gender Revolution as Neomarxism
This paper seeks to present the genesis and essence of the gender ideology and the contemporary cultural revolution that is based on it and was initiated in the 1950s. This revolution is a continuation and mutation of the Marxist Proletariat revolution whose theoretical foundation was established by Karl Marx’s socio-political and economic doctrine. The ultimate of the communist system based on it was to ensure the absolute power for its leaders. The author seeks to justify a thesis that the ultimate (although implicit) goal of the gender revolution is also to take control over man. Its means, however, to accomplish it is not take over the political authority but to sexualize man, beginning from the affirmation of his right to choose sex irrespective of his biological sex. It seems that sexual freedom is almost an imperceptible form of power over man.
Katedra Socjologii Grup Etnicznych i Regionalizmu w Instytucie Socjologii Uniwersytetu Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego w Warszawie
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