Friday, September 2, 2011

The Means of Reproduction

One of the most disturbing trends in contemporary political discourse is the defense of the "family." This is used to defend everything from heteronormative social policy to the suppression of anti-bullying policies in public schools.*

Let us be clear, comrades. The "family" is one of the first things that will be abolished under Nightmare Communism. Although we reject the capitalist mode of production, we represent the only hope of progress out of capitalism, and as such must embrace all of the advantages of the means of production developed under capitalism. This includes advances made in reproductive health technologies, so that sexuality may now be totally divorced from reproduction. This is the ultimate advance in women's liberation, comrades. The Aristotelian requirement for women to achieve full participation in the public sphere is now fulfilled; therefore any feminist who does not embrace Nightmare Communism is a hypocrite.

Further, this means that the means of reproduction can be fully collectivized; the next generation of humanity will be produced and raised by the Nightmare Communist Party according to our own criteria. And let me just remind you what happens to those who question the Party....

One of the points of unity if Nightmare Communism is an embrace of Celtic warrior sexuality. In the past this meant certain obligations to the family for the sake of reproduction; with the collectivization of the means of reproduction, this means sex becomes divorced from side-effects (persistent state), and becomes purely functional.

If you're not a programmer, let me assure you, that last pun was hilarious.

Besides, recreation and procreation have overlapped for far too long.

Nightmare Communism. You can't always get what you want. But if you try sometimes, you might find, you get what the Party wants you to have.

Now back to work, comrade.

* Under Nightmare Communism, bullying will be a right exclusively reserved to the Party.

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