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What does it say about the Feminist movement?

The word feminism was created in 1837 by a Utopian Socialist named Charles Fourier. Sexualization of everything, promiscuity, the tearing down of the family structure and the promotion of homosexuality were all integral parts of his Socialist ideal.This was also a major influence on Marxist Feminist Critical Theory, which lead to Feminist Critical Legal Studies, which lead to American Feminist Jurisprudence.

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It doesn't say anything about it because his ideas have nothing to do with the reality of it

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Charles Fourier wrote a book called The Four Movements. If his ideas have nothing to do with the reality of it, then what will you do when the Fourth wave of the Feminist Movement comes about?
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Since it's not happening? Nothing
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If it's not happening, why have there already been three of the four movements?
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We ARE talking about the guy who theorized the sea would lose salinity and become lemonade, right?
So he believed in equality, he believed in women's rights, that doesn't make him a seer
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Women voted long before the Woman Suffrage movement existed. They also owned land. Have you ever heard of Manhood Suffrage movement? It's a part of history. Feminism is founded on a lie.
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Revisionist history for you? Why don't you look up the actual amendment that have women the vote and WHEN it passed.
As for "men's suffragette movement" don't make me laugh. Nobody has it as good as a white male
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It means Charles Fourier was a guy with weird fantasies, because he wanted women to have all the control in the world and for men not to have any at all.

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That it is another step to turn these United States into a socialist utopia.

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