Quote of the Week: Guillaume Faye, “Sex and Deviance”

Guillaume FayeIndeed, feminism is above all a form of masculinism. To imitate men, to become a man, not only socially but also sexually: such is the unthinkable idea¹²¹ of feminism, which is stronger still than their desire to feminise men. The unisex androgyn of feminist dreams is, at best, more masculine than feminine.

¹²¹ L’impensé, literally ‘the un-thought’, equivalent of the German Unbegriff – Tr.

▪ Guillaume Faye, Sex and Deviance Olya Synko (ed.), (Arktos, 2014 [2011]) extract from page 118.

SydneyTrads is the web page of the Sydney Traditionalist Forum: an association of young professionals who form part of the Australian independent right (also known as “non-aligned right”).

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