I have done a lot of research on cultural Marxism.
It was Antonio Gramsci who recognized in the 1920s that the best way to undermine the West was to start a long march through its culture.
He also recognized that Italian women were exceptionally tied to their families, homes, children and their Catholic faith.
It fell to the survivors of the Frankfurt school, a number of expatriate Jewish scholars who escaped to the United States and taught in several of this country’s universities to put Gramsci’s ideas into practice.
I am talking foremost about Herbert Marcuse who exhorted his students in the 1960s to make love and not war.