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On Family

Not a family. Childless marriage, promoted here by Jewish feminist author Lauren Sandler.

Not a family. Childless marriage, promoted here by Jewish feminist author Lauren Sandler.

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A myth of our time is that the Western family still exists. We assume it does despite abundant evidence to the contrary. This can be accounted for by the psychological persistence of outdated experience, and a mass media that subconsciously insinuates false perceptions.

Because the image of the family exists in our collective consciousness and, in some cases, our own personal recollections of a white world, we mistakenly assume it exists in real life as well. But it does not. The family has been obliterated, shattered. Read more …

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La libération sexuelle et le suicide racial

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English original here

Discours donné au dîner de The Occidental Quarterly le 30 octobre 2008 à Atlanta, en Géorgie.

Qu’est-ce que la « libération sexuelle » ? C’est un sujet habituellement discuté en contraste avec les contraintes du mariage et de la vie familiale. Read more …

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Are Marriage & Children Consumer Goods?

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Translated by Greg Johnson

At first, everyone thought that the draft law on homosexual marriage was one of those booby-traps (in crude terms, asshole traps) by which politicians entertain the gallery, unable to act on real issues. Read more …

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Benjamin Franklin on Sex, Marriage, & Family

Norman Rockwell, “The Marriage License,” 1955

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“Keep your eyes wide open before marriage, half shut afterwards.” — Poor Richard’s Almanac (June 1738)

Benjamin Franklin had a remarkable mind, perhaps the most powerful among the founding fathers. Reading his papers, and accounts of his life, quickly persuades one that his IQ was very high.

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Hitler & the Third Reich

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Editor’s Note:

Ludovici published the following three-part article on “Hitler and the Third Reich” in The English Review in 1936. Ludovici describes his travels in the Third Reich in his autobiography, Confessions of an Anti-Feminist. Read more …

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Mothers: Work For Your Children

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I am a “stay at home mother.” It now takes four words to define my “job” because so many women, having given birth and given up their children to the various systems of day care and mass education, call themselves mothers. The system assures them that they are mothers. The system assures them that they are, as a matter of fact, great mothers—free from all that boring home-ridden, under-stimulating motherhood stuff.  Read more …

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Sexual Utopia in Power, Part 4

Clasped hands from a figure of Akhenaten and Nefertiti, Egyptian Museum, Berlin

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The Forgotten Men

The attempt to realize a sexual utopia for women was doomed to failure before it began. Women’s wishes aim at the impossible, conflict with one another, and change unpredictably. Read more …

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Sexual Utopia in Power, Part 3

Peter Paul Reubens, "The Abduction of the Daughters of Leucippus," 1618

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Part 3 of 4

Return of the Primitive

Public discussion of the sexual revolution has tended to focus on date rape and “hook-ups,” that is, on what is taking place, rather than on the formation of stable families that is not taking place. Read more …

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Sexual Utopia in Power, Part 2

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Fallout of the Revolution: “Date Rape”

A few years into the sexual revolution, shocking reports began to appear of vast numbers of young women—from one quarter to half—being victims of rape. Shock turned to bewilderment when the victims were brought forward to tell their stories. Read more …

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Sexual Utopia in Power, Part 1

Eugène Delacroix, "Liberty Leading the People," detail, 1830

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Part 1 of 4

It is well known to readers of this journal that white birthrates worldwide have suffered a catastrophic decline in recent decades. During this same period, ours has become assuredly the most sex-obsessed society in the history of the world. Two such massive, concurrent trends are hardly likely to be unrelated. Read more …

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