The opposite of a utopia is a dystopia , which dominates the fictional literature from the s onwards, chiefly because of the impact of George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four However, the term can also denote actual experiments in what participants regard as a vastly superior manner of living, generally in what are termed intentional communities. In common parlance it is synonymous with "impossible", "far-fetched", and "deluded". Literary utopias focus on, amongst other things, equality, in such categories as economics , government and justice , with the method and structure of proposed implementation varying based on ideology. According to Sargent:. There are socialist, capitalist, monarchical, democratic, anarchist, ecological, feminist, patriarchal, egalitarian, hierarchical, racist, left-wing, right-wing, reformist, free love, nuclear family, extended family, gay, lesbian and many more utopias [ Naturism , Nude Christians , But if used wrongly, it becomes dangerous. Utopia has an inherent contradictory nature here.