antifamily

antifamily

(ˌæntɪˈfæmɪlɪ)
adj
opposed to the family unit
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In the United States, for example, the polarization between the Republicans and the Democrats began not with Donald Trump but when then Republican leader Newt Gingrich radicalized his party by issuing memos that goaded members to engage in a 'politics of warfare' and to treat Democrats as enemies, and call them in extremist terms as 'pathetic, antiflag, antifamily, traitors.'
Freelance journalist Sarah Posner reported for Vice that during WCF's 2018 conference, which took place in Chisinau, the capital of the former Soviet republic of Moldova, the country's president, Igor Dodon, blasted "an antifamily ideology, which is artificially propagated all over the world." Posner reported that Dodon called for combining his government with the Orthodox Church and enlisting help from the media to "promote family values in the society." Dodon also attacked "festivals and other events that promote immoral principles"--thinly veiled code language for gay-pride parades.
"Virginia Woolf's The Years: Identity and Time in an AntiFamily Novel." Orbis Litterarum, vol.
antifamily forces, who believe "that children should be raised in
Contract notice: Restricted procedure on the basis of the most economically advantageous tender for the provision of antifamily coverings for firefighters.
Children who had, for various reasons, fallen out of the traditional family structure were not embraced by the state, as the traditional Western narrative about Soviet antifamily ideology stated.
By then, opposition had developed; the religious right was portraying support for victims of domestic violence as antifamily. Because the Senate bill passed so late, the conference committee to reconcile its differences with the House bill did not take place until 1981, after Ronald Reagan was elected and Republicans had gained control of the Senate.
The Moral Majority utilized abortion as a key wedge issue while also taking strong stands against women's equality (the Equal Rights Amendment in particular), homosexuality, and "antifamily" media.
This process would, in general, encompass two major categories of companies: first, those involved in the practice of abortion, and second, companies whose policies are judged to be antifamily, such as companies that distribute pornographic material or whose policies undermine the Sacrament of Marriage.
The urgency of John's cries should indeed come home to twenty-first-century readers who realize that Huxley himself marveled in 1946 that the antifamily and irreligious utopia he had depicted was far closer to reality than he could ever have imagined when he wrote the novel, fifteen years earlier.' And without question it is much, much closer to reality now than it was in 1946!
Nor does choosing to say 'no' to marriage necessarily suggest that heterosexual women are 'anti-marriage' or 'antifamily.' Rather, this collective of unmarried women possess a depth of thoughtfulness that signifies the extent of their introspection and self-awareness.
only is it antifamily to allow such long separations, it is also