We are The Familists.
"Familism" simply means that we view men's rights and obligations, as well as those of women and children, within the framework of the family unit, not independently of it. It also means that we see the family unit itself as something that requires strengthening and maintenance. Families have rights, too!
We oppose genderism of any kind. Genderism is the approach that sees relations between the sexes in an adversarial way, and takes sides with one sex against the other.
The genderist establishment in academia, politics and journalism claims to base its ideology on science. We dispute this claim. We choose to believe write my paperProf. Janice Fiamengo when she says that the genderists are, in fact, manufacturing indoctrination and propaganda. We believe that political and social activism should be based on true scientific research, and that is why we operate simultaneously on the academic and political axis, as well as with the media.
Our most recent accomplishments:
We have taken part in the establishment of a Knesset Caucus for Strengthening Family and Community Structure, headed by Deputy Knesset Speaker, MK Moshe Feiglin. The founding conference of this caucus, which we helped plan and organize, took place on May 1, 2013, at the Knesset.
Familists Chairman, Gil Ronen, also took part in organizing a groundbreaking conference at Ariel University on April 29 and 30, 2013. In his lecture there (full text of the lecture), Gil called for the establishment of a world pro-family movement, to be based on the idea of familism, and for the establishment of Family Science studies in universities, to replace and supplant the non-scientific Gender Studies.
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