Argentinian Feminists Makes it Illegal to Praise a Sexy Woman’s Body

Argentinian feminists in the capital Buenos Aires have succeeded in making it illegal for men to compliment a sexy woman in the street . Any form of ‘sexual harassment’ in public, which includes cat calling and any comments referring to the body, is now subject to a possible fine.

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-38252462

As is the Modus Operandi with feminists the world over, this latest piece of legislation was forced through after the exploitation of a tragic and isolated case that shocked the nation – a 16 year old girl raped to death by two strangers. Presumably, demands to raise the Argentinian age of consent from 13 to 18 will be next on the Sexual Trade Union agenda, following the recent pattern of India (12 to 18) and Spain (13 to 16).

Odd that feminists in Europe do not call for legislation against the flood of refugees that have led to the assault, rape, and even murder of tens of thousands of young women in Germany and elsewhere. In fact, those same feminists are usually the most fervent open borders and ‘anti-racist’ activists.

Not so odd really. As readers here are well aware, all feminists are really interested in is preventing male sexual access to young, good looking females, and in so doing, raising their own pitiful sexual market value. They will seize upon isolated cases of sexual murder to push through legislation that further restricts the free sex market, whilst encouraging the import of millions of Islamic rapefugees in order to produce a genuine rape culture, as well as inevitable growing Muslim political influence, that will lead to young women dressing conservatively and fearful to go out alone.

Wolf-whistling to be treated as ‘hate crime’ by UK police.

https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2016/jul/13/nottinghamshire-police-count-wolf-whistling-hate-crime

Uninvited sexual advances and unwanted verbal contact with a woman, including catcalling or wolf-whistling in the street, are to be recorded as a hate crimes in a new effort to tackle sexist abuse.

Nottinghamshire police has expanded its categories of hate crime to include misogynistic incidents, characterised as behaviour targeted towards a victim simply because they are a woman.

This means incidents ranging from street harassment to unwanted physical approaches can be reported to and investigated by the police, and support put in place for victims.

The force is the first in the country to adopt the separate misogyny hate crime category, and has provided specific training to selected officers in the past three months.
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Commenting on the new procedures, introduced in partnership with Nottingham Women’s Centre, Ch Con Sue Fish said: “I’m delighted that we are leading the way towards tackling misogyny in all its forms.