Communism and feminism

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Communism and feminism have some goals in common.

The building of socialism will begin only when we have achieved the complete equality of women. - V.I. Lenin, The Task of the Working Women's Movement in the Soviet Republic, 1919. [1]
It should be noted at the outset that since feminism is based on a fallacy, i.e., that there are no sex differences, feminism is inextricably linked with socialism.[1]


  1. Feminism: The Six Frauds (archive version here)