Mamma Mia: the most feminist mainstream movie I've seen in ages
Mamma Mia is a kitsch musical featuring the songs from the Swedish 1970s pop group Abba. Under its apparently lightweight harmless exterior lies a highly subversive storyline which supports the matriarchal worldview in which fatherhood is expendable, and hence so is the traditional family.
I can't emphasise enough that this is one of the core effects of feminism, and one which really strikes at the heart of our societies and threatens our future. Women seem to think its funny, cool, and 'empowering' to support the idea that families can be constructed out of any collection of individuals and that the biological father is an optional accessory. Yet this is like pulling out some of the key support foundations of a skyscraper. That skyscraper is our civilisation, and is dependent upon binding men into the family, in order that they care about working hard, and that they care about the future. Without a guaranteed position within the family, men will walk away. And what seems so funny and fashionable to today's shallow women will soon start to seem very scary.