In the No.58 of Applied Ethics Review, Szu-Ying Ho made several critiques on the abolition of the family and marriage. I argue that Ho’s critics often rephrased other opinions with extreme rhetoric. Ho only took the meaning of "the abolition of the family and marriage" literally rather than their context, therefore avoided the critical debates within different stands. The material foundations and visions in the discourse against the family and marriage were equivalent to Ho"s own appeal. Moreover, it is Ho's argument showed some internal contradictions.