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Yet, the two terms are often used interchangeably. In Asia, aged parents living with the family is often viewed as traditional. Western cultures, it has been criticized as being destructive. LGBT culture has been noted.

Lycurgus responded, “Begin, friend, and set it up in your family”. Plutarch claims that Spartan government resembled the family in its form. Further, he claimed that it is found in any animal, as the relationship he believed to exist between soul and body, of “which the former is by nature the ruling and the later subject factor”. Aristotle further asserted that “the government of a household is a monarchy since every house is governed by a single ruler”. Further, Didymus claims that “Connected with the house is a pattern of monarchy, of aristocracy and of democracy.

The relationship of parents to children is monarchic, of husbands to wives aristocratic, of children to one another democratic”. Our ‘individualism’ is really ‘familism’. The family is still the unit in production and consumption. In his analysis of the family relationships of father, mother and child, Bonald related these to the functions of a state: the father is the power, the mother is the minister and the child as subject. As the father is “active and strong” and the child is “passive or weak”, the mother is the “median term between the two extremes of this continuous proportion”. Let us make man,” says Genesis, “a helper similar to him. Due to its inherent patriarchalism, monarchy fits organically into the ecclesiastic and familistic pattern of a Christian society.

As a result, Lakoff argues, both sides find each other’s views not only immoral, but incomprehensible, since they appear to violate each sides’ deeply held beliefs about personal morality in the sphere of the family. Familialism has been challenged as historically and sociologically inadequate to describe the complexity of actual family relations. In modern American society in which the male head of the household can no longer be guaranteed a wage suitable to support a family, 1950s-style familialism has criticized as counterproductive to family formation and fertility. LGBT communities tend to accept and support the diversity of intimate human associations, partially as a result of their historically ostracized status from nuclear family structures. From its inception in the late 1960s, the gay rights movement has asserted every individual’s right to create and define their own relationships and family in the way most conducive to the safety, happiness, and self-actualization of each individual. Family Values,” who insist, despite all the sociological evidence to the contrary, that the only real family is a traditional 1950s-style white, middle-class household with a faithfully married dad and a mom whose sex life is strictly yet blissfully procreative, and whose high moral standards are passed on like old china to their perfectly heterosexual children. Psychoanalysis has never escaped from this, having remained captive to an unrepentant familialism.

1884, was also extremely critical of the monogamous two parent family and viewed it as one of many institutions for the division of labour in capitalist society. In his chapter “The Monogamous Family”, Engels traces monogamous marriage back to the Greeks, who viewed the practice’s sole aim as making “the man supreme in the family, and to propagate, as the future heirs to his wealth, children indisputably his own”. He felt that the monogamous marriage made explicit the subjugation of one sex by the other throughout history, and that the first division of labour “is that between man and woman for the propagation of children”. Engels views the monogamous two-parent family as a microcosm of society, stating “It is the cellular form of civilized society, in which the nature of the oppositions and contradictions fully active in that society can be already studied”. Engels pointed out disparities between the legal recognition of a marriage, and the reality of it. A legal marriage is entered into freely by both partners, and the law states both partners must have common ground in rights and duties.

There are other factors that the bureaucratic legal system cannot take into account however, since it is “not the law’s business”. These may include differences in the class position of both parties and pressure on them from outside to bear children. For Engels, the obligation of the husband in the traditional two-parent familial structure is to earn a living and support his family. This gives him a position of supremacy. This role is given without a particular need for special legal titles or privileges. Within the family, he represents the bourgeois, and the wife represents the proletariat. Engels, on the other hand, equates the position of the wife in marriage with one of exploitation and prostitution, as she sells her body “once and for all into slavery”.