Ukrainian Femen activist Inna Shevchenko staged a topless protest in front of the Capitol building in Austin, Texas on Saturday.
Shevchenko was demonstrating for the right of women to murder their unborn children. Tearing pages out of a Bible, on International Women's day, she had the words "Your Bible doesn't control my vagina" written across her chest.
Abruptly, he becomes more serious during the last third of the book, which is about paedophilia. (Paedophilia is distinguished in science, as it rarely is in the media, from a primary sexual attraction to pubescents, which is called hebephilia, and from attraction to older adolescents: ephebophilia.) Remember what he said about combating moral disapproval of "all" sexual orientations? He meant it. The most demonised members of modern society, Bering says, did not choose their orientation either. "Telling a paedophile that he needs to be attracted to grown-ups, not kids, is like telling a lesbian that she just hasn't found the right guy." Bering displays an impressive sympathy for the cultural devil, imagining the sheer fear in which paedophiles must live. "These people aren't living their lives in the closet; they're eternally hunkered down in a panic room."
What some will find most controversial is Bering's argument about images involving children. The available research suggests, he writes, that possession of such material is not a predictor of future child abuse, but actually helps forestall it by providing a fantasy outlet. So if governments are really interested in preventing harm to children, he argues, they should provide existing material to paedophiles. Much better, of course, would be synthetic or digitally simulated imagery, the making of which involves no children at all, but Bering points out that this is already illegal almost everywhere – an example of the quixotic official attempt to regulate desire as thought crime.
Pop singer Lily Allen has had a few things to say about feminism, including an admission that Sexual Trade Union theory is correct, and that women are the real problem- not only to men, but to women.
“Feminism. I hate that word because it shouldn’t even be a thing anymore,” she told Shortlist in an interview to run alongside her guest edited ‘How To Be A Man’ issue of the magazine.
“We’re all equal, everyone is equal. Why is there even a conversation about feminism? What’s the man version of feminism? There isn’t even a word for it. Menanism. Male-ism. It doesn’t exist.”
“Fast-forward 100 years: ‘Yes, I do believe men should be treated equally,’” she added....
...Elsewhere in the interview, Allen discussed how she believes modern women are their own worst critics.
“It’s much the same [as it used to be]. But I don’t think men are the enemy. I think women are the enemy.
“I know that when I’m sitting in a restaurant and a really beautiful woman walks in, who’s skinny, I instinctively think, ‘Oh, she’s really skinny and beautiful and I’m really fat and ugly.’ Every man I speak to always says they find that kind of woman gross, and they prefer a bit more meat on their ladies.
“So it’s more of a competitive thing. It’s weird. It’s just really unhealthy and we’re our own worst enemy. We should stop being so horrible to each other.”
Lawmakers are ready to list sexual harassment as an offence punishable by fines for Russian citizens and deportation for foreigners.
The bill has been prepared by MP Oleg Nilov representing the center-left party Fair Russia. The lawmaker told the Izvestia daily that his main objective was to relieve women of psychological stress caused by sexual harassment on the part of bosses and strangers.
“Even a single verbal insult must carry a punishment. But of course the fact must be proven – the victim must file a report with the police and have witnesses to confirm the claims – in this case the punishment will be inevitable. The bill will make women’s life easier,” Nilov told the newspaper.
In its current form the draft bill allows sexual harassment and unwanted flirting in open and a concealed form to be punished by fines of between 30,000 and 50,000 roubles ($830 - $1400). Repeat offenses carry fines of between 80,000 and 100,000 roubles ($2,200 – $2,800). Foreigners found guilty of harassment will have to pay the same fines as Russians but also face deportation from the country.
Russian criminal law already has an article against “forcing someone into sexual relations”, which carries up to 1 year of forced labor or imprisonment, but it is only applied when the harassment is accompanied with blackmail or damage to property, and when the victim is dependent on the criminal in a material sense or due to work subordination.
Some Russian MPs were not very enthusiastic about Nilov’s plans. Mikhail Markelov of the parliamentary majority party United Russia said that the bill was too populist and would be too difficult to enforce.“When there is a bill that allows prosecution for just one wrong stare, too many people will start using it to settle their conflicts,” the politician said.
Nowhere left to run to.
This bill is actually highly likely the result of the European Convention on sexual harrassment signed on this day (International Women's Day) two years ago : http://theantifeminist.com/wolf-whistling-and-sexist-remarks-could-soon-be-illegal-throughout-europe/
As Russia is a member of the Council of Europe, Russia probably signed the treaty, as did Ukraine (where the treaty was signed) and every country in the EU. International Women's Day is, btw, a public holiday in Russia, and all men are required to present their mothers, sisters, girlfriends, female classmates, with gifts and cards.
As I predicted at the start of the year, PUA will be illegal everywhere in Europe from Dublin to Vladivostok by the end of this year. Certainly, DayGame PUA will effectively be illegal. Late last year Romania became the first EU country to implement the treaty (http://www.avoiceformen.com/allnews/romanian-senate-adopts-gender-harassment-law/).
Despite this treaty being widely known for two years, I have not once seen on one single PUA forum or site, any mention of the fact that PUA will soon be illegal in Europe (aside from Roosh casually mentioning the need 'to do something' in one video). No doubt that's because attempting any kind of activism, or even acknowledging the need for activism, is 'beta' to the average pussy hound.
Unfortunately, in its current state, the manosphere and anti-feminism is divided into a pathetic victim culture on the one side (Men's Human Rights Movement) and obsession with GAME and Alpha Maleness on the other side. There is little in between that appears able to embrace anti-feminist activism without embracing feminist style victimhood.
Oh no...he's only gone and done it. Not content with smashing GLL's world record for the fastest PUA kiss close, Johnny's been filming himself in the street tasting virgin pussy juice in front of shocked tourists.
For 1-1 coaching visit http://johnnyberba.com
A couple of weeks after provoking Cossaks into 'whipping' them in front of the world's cameras during the Sochi Games, the members of 'Pussy Riot' are now claiming to have been attacked with spray paint by men whilst eating in McDonalds. Unfortunately, the video shows a clearly staged publicity stunt involving badly acting manginas pretending to attack professional victims and attention whores (taking a leaf out of Femen's book).
Hopefully the whores will make a complaint to the police and they can be promptly arrested for wasting police time and sent back to prison where they belong. Only this time, a men's prison...in the interests of equality..
shEU state broadcasting corporation the BBC reports :
About a third of all women in the EU have experienced either physical or sexual violence since the age of 15, according to a survey by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights.
That corresponds to 62 million women, the survey says.
It is said to be the biggest survey conducted on the subject, and is based on interviews with 42,000 women.
The report calls on EU countries to treat domestic violence as a public, not a private issue.
It says laws and policies relating to sexual harassment should be reviewed.