Cardinal Willem Eijk: Gender Theory threatens Family and Faith

May 22, 2019 by

by Jules Gomes, Rebel Priest:

A senior prelate who worked as a medical doctor and made medical ethics the focus of his academic research has slammed gender theory as a development which “sets the city of man against the City of God, and the world order against the Christian faith.”

Speaking at the Rome Life Forum, Cdl. Willem Jacobus Eijk, described gender theory as rooted in the radical feminism of Simone de Beauvoir and the “polymorphous perversity” of Sigmund Freud.

“Radicalised feminism is convinced that the role of the married woman as an instrument for procreation and education of offspring is merely a social role, hitherto imposed on her by society,” Eijk said, quoting de Beauvoir’s dictum “one is not born as a woman, but one becomes one.”

The fundamental notion of gender theory is that gender is a “social role” with “no or merely a remote, connection with the biological sex,” where the individual can “make an autonomous choice regarding gender.”

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