KARL MARX AND THE REVOLUTIONARY ROOTS OF REDEFINING MARRIAGE
I have not seen anyone in the national media who is speaking or writing about this, but there is a Marxist connection to the Same-Sex Marriage movement. You will want to read Anne Hendershott’s article! Dr. Hendershott begins:
While most commentators credit the sexual revolution and the Stonewall uprising of 1969 as the “beginning” of the gay rights movement that led to [the] Supreme Court same-sex marriage decision, the reality is that the roots of the movement to drastically change the definition of marriage can be traced back to 1848 and the publication of Karl Marx’s The Communist Manifesto.
Proclaiming that the “abolition” of marriage and the family was central to the fundamental transformation necessary to implement a “just society,” Marx wanted to transcend what he called “bourgeois” marriage, replacing it with a redefined marriage—a form of marriage that “moves beyond marriage.” For Marx, who predicted that “the bourgeois family will vanish as a matter of course,” the goal was always to move “beyond marriage….”
You may read Dr. Andershott’s full article by clicking here.
If after you read this, you want more information, consider ordering Dr.Paul Kengor’s new book, From Communists to Progressives, How the Left Has Sabotaged Family and Marriage.