The symbol of feminism’s ideal America is a woman’s submission to Islamic men. This symbol was used and paraded by the recent women’s march in protest to Donald Trump in America by women who supposedly support women’s rights and freedoms:
This image is prophetic, as that is precisely what Ontario’s PM recently did at a mosque, as well as Sweden’s PM on her trip to Iran.
Western liberal feminist women are desperate for masculine men. They bow before strong, dominant men. They gave up their safety with men at home for the protection of men in the state, and they will give up their entire civilization of men for ideological protection and safety. Case in point:
A Western liberal feminist woman went to Turkey with her Muslim boyfriend, whom she met while helping refugees. There, he dominated her, beat her, forbade her to speak to people, and raped her. What did she do? For a while she submitted and even covered for him. In her own words:
“I honestly think that one of the reasons that I have been silent about this for two months has been that I did not want to feed into the narrative of Muslim men being aggressive. I didn’t want to fuel hatred or racism. But silence breeds complicity, and am now telling this story in order to heal.”
Translation: “I didn’t want to feed the narrative of anti-Muslim hatred or racism, so I covered up a story of a hateful, abusive Muslim man feeding the narrative.”
Now, she is “healing” merely. Her overall opinion of reality has not changed.
Feminism is the cry of weakness looking for strength, confusion seeking clarity, loneliness pining for natural relationships, and lostness looking for order. It will even submit to Islam to get what it needs.
Domination In General:
Liberated Woman demands to be dominated. She is desperate for men – so desperate that she actively searches for tyranny. It’s so obvious, the evidence so ubiquitous, the scene so tragic, that someone should make a documentary or write a tragedy play about it.
“A New data reveals that women in their droves are searching for porn with tags like “extreme brutal gangbang”, “forced” and “rape”. A quarter of straight porn searches by women are for videos featuring violence against their own sex. Five percent of searches by women are for content portraying nonconsensual sex.”
“If there is a genre of porn in which violence is perpetrated against a woman, my analysis of the data shows that it almost always appeals disproportionately to women…”
“But why are so many women so keen to see videos tagged with, say, “painful anal crying”, “public disgrace” or “extreme brutal gangbang”? Or content marked as “forced” or “rape”? The feminist porn movement – one focusing on equality and empowerment – might be thriving, but the data shows, proportionally, women are also consuming much more of the most extreme misogynistic sexual material available online.”
As Dalrock records, Fifty Shades of Grey is written by women for women. It shows that tens of millions of women are driven by sexual desire, and it shows that they “desire to be objectified by a powerful dominant man.” But somehow, it is the man’s fault. The woman is only at fault by inference.