HomeChild CareQ & A: Do feminists have the right to interfere in the human family?
Posted in Child Care on 12th November 2010

question of Xanax42 : Do feminists have the right to interfere in the human family ?
a feminist here, claims that feminists “make sure men equal quantities of the childcare and housework” and wants another one in another question, said: “the double shift for women relieve to be responsible for the work and child care. ” As feminists plan, these laws? Put camera’s in everyone’s home? I think this stuff should be completely up to the family and their business only feminists and should not attempt to interfere with people’s lives Best Answer:

response from SS
constitutionally protected, this could fall under the Fourth Amendment to U.S. citizens against unreasonable search and seizure. There were several cases of Supreme Court defense of our right to privacy and expectation, which was under the Fourth Amendment.


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