Boston Art Exhibition Depicts the Evolution of the American Family

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Boston’s Museum of Fine arts has put to together a stunning art exhibition, that will no doubt have progressive hipsters ooing and ahhing through their over-sized spectacles. Entitled “(un)expected families”, and curated by Jewish apple-pie lovin’, baseball playin’ American, Karen Haas, displays more than 80 photographs spanning from more than a hundred years ago to the Current Year. The photographs show how the American family has progressed from its oppressive origins as a patriarchal unit of a masculine man, a feminine woman and two smart, clean cut kids, into the multiplicity of exciting new family structures we have today. As Karen Haas explains:

“The family is such a basic social construct and something that most of us have experienced in one way or another over the course of our lives, so I hope that the work in the exhibition will resonate with our visitors on a very elemental level … The exhibition illustrates that the family has always taken diverse forms: affluent and destitute, cohesive and fractured, expected and unexpected. Taken together, the photographs challenge visitors to consider what family means to them.”

So lets take a sneak peek at some of the photos available for preview, to see how the American family has progressed.

Shockingly, this photo was taken as recently as 1973, and shows how even then, women were captivated by the patriarchy and enjoyed attracting men.
This photo is aptly named “migrant family”, and re-emphasizes the fact that white Americans are IMMIGRANTS, and America is a NATION OF IMMIGRANTS. It’s not like white people built the whole country from nothing. They came to an existing country that was just like it is now, run by the Native Americans, and anything that was built was built by slaves, who picked the cotton.
Although they are unfortunately Christian, these ladies of color symbolize the rise of the matriarchy, in which single mothers and female teachers raise hoards of well-rounded fatherless social justice warriors with no work ethic.
And finally, my personal favorite, this picture shows the rise of the homosexual and gender-curious same sex couples, who are impeccably well-adjusted and should be able to raise children.

The idea of the “nuclear family” is so silly when you understand that families are just social constructs and can really mean anything. Families don’t even have to include children, a binary couple or any of the things we traditionally associate with families. It can be three womyn and one non-binary; two gay men, ten adopted African children and three undocumented Americans; or six non-binaries and one child. The beauty of the modern family is that it can take so many forms, and this art exhibition shows that. I strongly encourage anyone in the area to pay a visit, and open up their minds to the possibility of something less oppressive than the traditional American family.

President of Guinea Conarky
President of Guinea Conarky

American family based on true love, and 60% divorce rates hasn’t changed much.
It is countries like India with arranged marriages, and officially 0.3% divorce rate, that are seeing big changes from organized LGBTQ+, and MSM propaganda and government sponsored feminism. Divorce rates of people in IT is around 2%, and BPO with erratic hours is about 10%, so job stress can be a factor in divorces. But nothing like true love, with matching divorce rates of 60% or more. True love is the future.

trav777

Yes it is. And being homosexual is just another type of love, according to the children’s books we give kids in preschool. Another type of love with a dizzying array of different people every night, but LOVE nonetheless, bigot. Don’t stand in the way of it.

Love that needs to be stood in the way of is when a conservative chases a womyn, like Roy Moore, to marry for 40 years. We must stand in the way retroactively of all the post age-of-consent innocent womyn that he abused and attempted to have a long-term, monogamous relationship with.

President of Guinea Conarky
President of Guinea Conarky

Also check this article on education – http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-12-12/its-time-rethink-education-%E2%80%93-part-1-indoctrination.

John Taylor Gatto says Our school crisis is a reflection of this greater social crisis. We seem to have lost our identity. Children and old people are penned up and locked away from the business of the world to a degree without precedent – nobody talks to them anymore and without children and old people mixing in daily life a community has no future and no past, only a continuous present. In fact, the name “community” hardly applies to the way we interact with each other. We live in networks, not communities, and everyone I know is lonely because of that.

It is clear that nuclear families are a factor in divorces. But you can’t have true love without a nuclear family.

TedCruz
TedCruz

Marxist fine art; what could go wrong?

trav777

I was at the Guggenheim Museum a week or two ago and I saw the FINEST of Marxist art, as they had a China exhibit. It featured a lot of random stuff arrayed in no discernible manner, old tube televisions made in Japan, and a lot of pictures of Mao and some old books from that period in China.

My cambodian girlfriend called it utter and complete garbage and regretted paying to enter this museum, made some comments about the “fucking jews” who owned and ran the place, and had nothing but derision for anyone who would call this asinine shit “art.” As she is much higher on the Oppression Pyramid than I, of course I timidly agreed with her and did not in any way dispute her observations. I have checked my privilege, after all.

hungrypirana
hungrypirana

Kinda like a small hot dog in a big bun.

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trav777

I had a gf like that once

hungrypirana
hungrypirana

My kinda fine art. Like it, commie?

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President of Guinea Conarky
President of Guinea Conarky

When do we ditch common core, and have children playing in the dirt again?

trav777

never. boys like that therefore War on Women.

Stick Your Proof In My Pudding
Stick Your Proof In My Pudding

This is beautiful. We should embrace the diversity of 21st century families.

One of my husbands and I have a beautiful family which includes our three oak tree children which primarily hang out in the backyard, about 4 million blades of grass grandchildren, our undocumented gardener who takes care of our children and grandchildren, and our undocumented maid who takes care of one of my husbands and I.

I have three other husbands and a non-binary married partner with equally diverse families. My non-binary partner and I are looking to add 4 undocumented children to our family as soon as the next truck delivery arrives later this month.

Black Lives Matter

This is so great. It’s progressives like this that helped Doug Jones and the LGBTQ+ community capture Alabama. Not only did the accredited media attack Roy Moore because of his homophobic stances, but even Matt Drudge (himself an LGBTer) joined in as well. Alabama has finally joined San Francisco in accepting progress! Obama wins again!

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