This book outlines
the consequences of the destruction of the two-parent family and the need
to stabilize it by strengthening its weakest natural link, the role of the
biological father. It is written from a secular perspective and includes
a few things with which the owner of the Fish Eaters Website would
definitely quibble. But it most certainly makes its case about the
need for patriarchy, destroying the myth of women being innocent, sexless
little fluffballs in the process -- a quite necessary destruction in that
reaching the goal of chastity shouldn't be based on lies and pious tales
about the reality of human nature -- women being a little more than half
of all humans. Failure to deal with actual human nature, rather than
sentimentalized versions of it, can only lead to failure, resentment, neuroses,
At any rate, this book is must-reading for all who are concerned about
the future of Western civilization -- and is definitely the book to
give to the radical feminist who decries "the evils of the patriarchy"
(which is not at all to belittle real evils suffered by women at the
hands of those with sentimentalized, condescending, un-Catholic attitudes
Before going on to the book, just think of what our culture is like --- the
Maury Povich "Who My Baby Daddy" shows with the paternity tests given to
ten different men in an attempt to find out who a child's father is, the
newspaper birth announcements which amount to lists of names of single women...
How far we've fallen.