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Neither is patriarchy or any collection of interlocking/intersecting systems of oppression.
However, critics of radical feminism claim that the true aim of radical feminists is often not only to abolish the (claimed) existing patriarchy but simply to replace it with a different structure where some parts of the society (usually men) would be discriminated against.
Radical feminism emerged in the late 1960s simultaneously within liberal feminist and working class feminist discussions.
the entire institutional memory of this group representing the collective product of many feminists over a period of years.
Those resources were created for the benefit of, and were open to, the entire Feminist community, members and non-members alike.
In the United States it developed as a response to some of the failings of both the New Left and the liberal feminist National Organization For Women.
Initially mainly concentrated in big cities like New York, Chicago, and Boston, radical feminist groups spread across the country rapidly from 1968 to 1972.
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Patriarchal theory notes that dominant men use violent hierarchical social power to control non-dominant men as well as women.
Overall, Radical feminists believe that eliminating patriarchy, and other systems which perpetuate the domination of one group over another, will liberate everyone, from an unjust society.
Radical Feminism, in the truest sense of the word 'Radical', is about going to the root of the systems of oppression that we all participate in and perpetuate, creating change from the ground up and making the world a better, more equitable, non-oppressive place.
We believe change is possible and above all necessary.
That organizer began a new less inclusive group with a similar name and we wish them only the best.