Remember the quotes I had in The poison of vipers is on their lips:
"In order to raise children with equality, we must take them away from families and communally raise them" -- Dr. Mary Jo Bane, feminist and assistant professor of education at Welleslry College and associate director of the school's Center for Research on Woman
We have to break through our private idea that kids belong to their parents?
"The care of children ..is infinitely better left to the best trained practitioners of both sexes who have chosen it as a vocation...[This] would further undermine family structure while contributing to the freedom of women." -- Kate Millet, Sexual Politics, 178-179
After thinking about it for a while, it makes sense that this too will not be much of a concern for most people. After all, look how many parents have bought the lie that State education is the only way for their child to become socialized?
*Update Harris would like to add to her statement: "I believe wholeheartedly, and without apology, that we have a collective responsibility to the children of our communities even if we did not conceive and bear them," she wrote. "Of course, parents can and should raise their children with their own values. But they should be able to do so in a community that provides safe places to play, quality food to eat, terrific schools to attend, and economic opportunities to support them. No individual household can do that alone. We have to build that world together."
No individual household can provide a safe place to play, quality food, terrific education, or economic opportunity? Really? We certainly can, you idiot, as long as the State does not interfere.