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Feminists for Sex Slavery

Posted by V the K at 11:35 am - April 9, 2018.
Filed under: Unhinged Liberals

The Feminists behind the “Women’s March” are all angry and mad because a website that facilitated and promoted sex trafficking and child prostitution has been shut down by the Government. I am not making this up.

The shutting down of is an absolute crisis for sex workers who rely on the site to safely get in touch with clients. Sex workers rights are women’s rights. – Women’s March

So, all sex with men is rape, unless it’s prostitution sex, which is OK even if the prostitute is a 12-year-old seems to be the general gist of Feminism these days.

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  1. Hmmm…”safely get in touch with clients”? That discriminates against street sex workers, doesn’t it? These women have no clue as to how functionally incapable they are.

    Comment by MaryB — April 9, 2018 @ 12:17 pm - April 9, 2018

  2. Where would the fascist Gay Left be without double standards? Politically irrelevant and statistically insignificant thanks to the deplorables.

    Comment by rjligier — April 9, 2018 @ 1:13 pm - April 9, 2018

  3. 1984 and Brave New World did not account for 2018 feminism.

    2018 feminism ignores any woman’s right to be independent thinkers, actors and agents concerning what is moral, ethical and just if such “independence” strays from the 2018 feminist dogma.

    There is but one truth in 2018 feminism and that is total compliance with the one truth.

    Therefore, 2018 feminism does not permit freedom of choice and diversity of opinion, principles, priorities, ideology and politics. The feminist Amazons have co-opted feminism. It is no longer about “equal” rights. I is about controlling rights.

    A female whore has a 2018 feminist right to the who, what, where, why, when, and how of using her vagina. She is not just a proprietor, she is a 2018 feminist Amazon.

    The superior sex is the 2018 feminist and all the other 71.5 genders are inferior to her.

    Soon enough, “sisters” who don’t go by the rules of 2018 feminism will be demoted to some sort of sub-species. We have only to wait to be told what the proper designation will be for the sub-standard vaginas and wombs.

    Comment by Heliotrope — April 9, 2018 @ 3:00 pm - April 9, 2018

  4. We have only to wait to be told what the proper designation will be for the sub-standard vaginas and wombs.

    Unwoman/i> is the proper designation. Having trouble keeping up with the latest decree from the elect?

    Comment by civil truth — April 9, 2018 @ 3:54 pm - April 9, 2018

  5. Yep, that’s modern feminism right there. Completely unhinged, violent and irrational.

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — April 9, 2018 @ 5:45 pm - April 9, 2018

  6. US feminism in 2018 is merely a reflection of foreign mimicry of the ideal of US feminism, which just isn’t reality. The reality being that US feminists are nothing but vulgar harpies, unable to even be crude in an effective way.

    At the moment, the only Champion feminists here have is a cartoonish prostitute who has seen better days and realized she should have asked for more moolah to keep her diseased yap shut.

    She knows her days are numbered, right? A whore’s tale (tail?) goes nowhere.

    Comment by Hanover — April 9, 2018 @ 5:56 pm - April 9, 2018

  7. When I first heard of this, I thought, oh no what is Mike Yenni and other swingers going to do! Then the more I think about it, the more I think that once again our government is restricting liberty for the sake of” the Children”. Supposedly Backpage and Craigslist personal ads were used to aid in child prostitution. ( The evidence is of course secret.) I have a really bad feeling about banning certain things. I’m not a swinger , but should I feel good about them losing the abilty to communicate? I worry things are heading in the wrong direction, fast.

    Comment by Matthew the Oilman — April 9, 2018 @ 8:09 pm - April 9, 2018

  8. While it’s always amusing to see professional feminists support sex workers in sometimes the most surreal ways (while at the same time almost universally denigrating their clients as not being ‘real men’ and de facto sexual predators), their concerns about such elements as the demise of Backpage.com are not without merit.

    The passage of SESTA-FOSTA by the US Senate—without yet being signed into law by POTUS—has already had a chilling effect on sites on the Internet. As previously noted here, Craigslist immediately pulled the plug on its long-standing personals section, and its original competitor in the online personals trade—the aforementioned Backpage.com—was the subject of government seizure at the end of last week. The seizure was after the offending site eliminated its ‘adult’ section early last year. The seizure is being lauded by all the usual suspects, from mainstream feminists and their supporters in Congress (usually one and the same) to NGO do-gooders and law enforcement. The support of the latter is more curious, since they have used Backpage.com on numerous occasions to bust the very people they contend that it actively supports. This seems to me to be comparable to the busting and imprisonment of a confidential informant who has been used to obtain numerous convictions for organized crime bigwigs: why are you killing your cash cow? Do you really want to have to work harder to achieve your goals? Wouldn’t it be more beneficial to continue to use the site as bait for those you wish to put away?

    More worrisome is the provision in the legislation which reduces the ‘safe harbor’ provisions in electronic communications law, which in historical practice basically holds distributors harmless from the content they promote which is provided by others. At its extreme, it could be interpreted to mean that any site which contains user-provided content would be responsible for verifying its accuracy. So that any site which does not source its own content, such as sites which have user-provided profiles, would have to verify that the claims made are true—like that the people who claim to be at least age 18 or above are indeed so. (Or to the extreme of the extreme, that those users who claim to be HIV-negative are indeed just that.) This shifts the burden of proof from the claimant of such information to the distributor. To use an old media analogy, this could make a local newspaper which reprints content from the Washington Post responsible for the accuracy of the content they reprint. (And in the current environment, that would be a very risky burden of proof.)

    Telling are those who opposed this legislation where it counts: in the Congress. Kudos to Representatives Justin Amash and Thomas Massie and 23 of their cohorts, along with the only & lonely two Senators to do the same: Ron Wyden [D-OR] and Rand Paul [R-KY]. Civil liberties organizations are already presumably lining up plaintiffs to challenge the new act as soon as it is signed and officially enrolled. It will surely not stand up to legal scrutiny as it was passed, but the mere fact that government can enact such sweeping legislation which has such potentially far-reaching impact with merely a blink by those who should be watching out for such measures is a testament to the failures of the same entities. Too bad Stormy Daniels didn’t have something to do with SESTA-FOSTA so that CNN would feel comfortable in covering it extensively.

    Comment by RSG — April 9, 2018 @ 8:47 pm - April 9, 2018

  9. Then the more I think about it, the more I think that once again our government is restricting liberty for the sake of” the Children”.

    This is precisely what it is about. What is sad is that you, as a layperson, have actually thought about it more than most of the people responsible for its passage (and I challenge anyone who voted for SESTA-FOSTA to say that they thought about the legislation more than beyond the “Think of the children!” argument).

    I worry things are heading in the wrong direction, fast.

    I do believe they are. Where once upon a time, legislation was enacted to curtail ‘perversion’ and uphold ‘morality’, the same type of legislation is being used to ‘protect children’—even though the same children would be more protected by their legal guardians restricting their access to smartphones, social media, and certain classmates.

    Comment by RSG — April 9, 2018 @ 9:00 pm - April 9, 2018

  10. RSG , thank you for noticing my preseance . Although your description of me as a layperson is unusual. I am best described as a libertarianish Catholic Oilman, there are about four of us world wide. The logic used for the act is the same gun banners use. I smell a rat.

    Comment by Matthew the Oilman — April 9, 2018 @ 10:46 pm - April 9, 2018

  11. As long as pimps take their property to the local Planned Parenthood on a regular basis, sex slavery is a big contributor to what passes as feminism nowadays.

    Comment by Karen — April 10, 2018 @ 1:15 am - April 10, 2018

  12. They’re getting ripped to shreds (mostly by women) on their Twitter over this. It wouldn’t surprise me if they’ve removed (tried to hide from) it by now.

    Comment by JTT — April 10, 2018 @ 2:22 am - April 10, 2018

  13. So 2018 feminazis want to ensure that hookers maintain contact with their clients so they can continue to “grab them by the p*ssy. Got it!

    Comment by runningrn — April 10, 2018 @ 3:27 am - April 10, 2018

  14. They are pissed, but for the wrong reason… that’s what it sounds like to me. So yes, that is funny, right there.

    Comment by RGB — April 10, 2018 @ 10:50 am - April 10, 2018

  15. Hmmm…, what’s their position on rentboys and “str8” frat boys with in-dorm web-cams?

    Comment by Ted Bunker (Charging Rhino) — April 10, 2018 @ 10:52 am - April 10, 2018

  16. You all are trying to apply a rational thought process onto irrational people. That never works.

    Comment by TnnsNe1 — April 10, 2018 @ 11:13 am - April 10, 2018

  17. @Karen: Sad statement of what feminism is today, but yes – your statement has truth. However – report to Room 101. Clearly thought crime here. 😉

    Comment by Dav — April 10, 2018 @ 12:03 pm - April 10, 2018

  18. I remember that I used to call feminists, “feminazis.” This is going back to the early 2000s.

    Comment by James — April 11, 2018 @ 6:11 am - April 11, 2018

  19. As a result of this 3rd wave feminism or is it 4th wave feminism, many str8 guys are becoming MRAs or going MGTOW (Men Going Their Own Way) even opting out of relationships and marriage. I think male feminists are a disgrace.

    Comment by Pawfurbehr — April 11, 2018 @ 8:26 am - April 11, 2018

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