Liberal agendas, rather than common sense, driving world policies on sexuality


During the 7th Congress on Catholics and Public Life, which took place last weekend in Madrid, psychologist Patricia Martinez Peroni said the United Nations Millennium Summit demonstrated that “sex has become a new political category” dominated by pressure groups.

During a round-table discussion on the “new idols of egalitarianism,” Peroni, who is professor of anthropology and psychology at the University of St. Paul, pointed out that at the regional and national level in Spain, the new public policies correspond to “measures that were previously approved by international organizations, influenced more by homosexual pressure groups rather than by common sense or scientifically based criteria.”

Maria Elosegui, professor of philosophy, told participants that in order to root out “feminism or radical machismo,” new social models that harmonize “nature, biology and rights” should be created.

She pointed out the need today to strengthen “the anthropology of paternity” and to ensure that men and women participate in public life, “offering together a complementary vision of these matters.”

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