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The Sexual Revolution - and the breakdown of the Family - has brought misery to millions. In The Sexual State Jennifer Roback Morse shows that the Sexual Revolution did not just "happen" like a force of nature. Rather, it was deliberately created by "elites," harnessing the power of the State, allowing them to inflict three false and calamitous ideologies - contraception, divorce, and gender - that have led to widespread and profound unhappiness, and worse.
The ideas of the Sexual Revolution did not emerge from the lived experiences of ordinary people, the government has been imposing the morality of an out-of-touch elite class on the rest of us for decades.
The Sexual State turns the conventional wisdom on its head to reveal how:
- The Sexual Revolution is and always has been a creation of the State
- Social issues are unified and can be understood as the outgrowth of a few simple (but gravely flawed) principles.
- Children have identity and relational rights with respect to their parents...and how the Sexual State denies children these rights.
Social conservative ideas and traditional Catholic morality are getting clobbered. And the dirty secret that no one wants to acknowledge - until now - is that the progressive social elites have rigged the system. Most people don't love abortion, or divorce, or single-parent families Thankfully, Dr. Morse, and the Catholic Church, have the answer. It is vital that those who would change the culture understand how we got there, otherwise, the countering tactics will remain important.
In this masterful take-down of the Sexual Revolution and its promoters, Morse calls for a widespread adherence to the principles of the Church. Only then will our society recover from the misrule of "the elites" and the "managerial class."
About the Author
Dr. Morse is the founder of the Ruth Institute, a non-profit organization founded to expose and address the lies created by the Sexual Revolution over the last fifty years. She has authored numerous books, including: Love and Economics: It Takes a Family to Raise a Village, 101 Tips for a Happier Marriage, and Smart Sex: Finding Life-long love in a Hook-Up World. Morse earned her PhD in economics in 1980 and has taught at Yale University and George Mason University. For more information about the Ruth Institute, visit http: //www.ruthinstitute.org.