First, I define key terms central to this discussion including sex, gender and patriarchy.
In which her definitions are all biased towards the feminist-extremist view point...
On Sex and Gender:
The sex/gender distinction is conceptually important because it challenges the notion that hierarchical gender differences are determined by biological differences between women and men. If differences and hierarchical power relations between the sexes are primarily culturally constructed, they are changeable. If they are natural, on the other hand, it would be both impossible and morally wrong (unnatural) to change them.
Hierarchical power relations between the sexes are most definitely culturally constructed, and as the social engineers and feminist activists have already proven, they are most certainly changeable.
What this feminazi fails to realize is that the very reason why a culture such as that which evolved in what we now call "Western Civilization," was due in part to the hierarchical power relations that resulted in strong, Patriarchal-modeled nuclear families...and that changing that structure by changing the gender roles through subversion, propaganda and gender-biased laws have resulted in social chaos, the spread of broken homes and the proliferation of psychologically scarred children and the pathologies that are the hallmarks of a civilization in decline.
Familial patriarchy refers to forms of family structure where men are the head of the household.
So far, so good...
Social patriarchy refers to a sex/gender system in which men dominate women and what is considered masculine is more highly valued than what is considered feminine.
Here's where she once again goes off into feminazi propaganda territory. In a Patriarchal society, that which is feminine is the most highly valued trait of all. It is the current feminist upheaval of traditional patriarchy that has degraded and demeaned all the defining characteristics of femininity; motherhood (the ultimate feminine trait) is cast as slavery, and being a housewife was compared to the lives of concentration camp inmates by the likes of such feminist luminaries as Betty Friedan.
Patriarchy is a system of social stratification, which means that it uses a wide array of social control policies and practices to ratify male power and to keep girls and women subordinate to men.
Again, this is simply a matter of perspective. It is not about ratifying male power, but rather placing legal and social constraints on female sexual behavior...because the lack of constraints leads to all sorts of social and familial chaos - which is exactly what we are seeing today.
So, one can see that by first starting out with the feminist defined terms with regards to gender, sex and patriarchy, she has already started out with feminist extremist bias that will no doubt reinforce her conclusion that Father's Rights groups are really NOT based on correcting injustices in divorce, custody and family laws, but only that Father's Rights groups simply are neanderthal Patriarch's who simply want to dominate and oppress women for no other reason than being motivated by misogyny.