CNN: Women Should Go On Sex Strike Before The Midterms

It became clear a long time ago that CNN is nothing but fake news.

“(CNN)I snapped to attention the first time I heard the term “service sex.” …

It’s time for a revolution. At the polls, and in the bedroom. And in our understanding of who women are, sexually and otherwise. Given the tight interweaving of economic and political power with sexual entitlement, female sexual autonomy has never been more urgent, and women’s sexual pleasure has never been more political. Let’s consider what it might mean to go on a sex strike of sorts — to get what we want, rather than give what we think we owe others.

A women’s sex strike against service sex, a refusal to do it out of a sense of obligation, would force us to confront these basic inequalities. Our current administration has amped up the notion that women are mere extensions of male will and pleasure, there to serve at every turn. What is the rollback of reproductive rights but an assertion that not only female reproduction but female sexuality itself belong to what science writer Natalie Angier calls the “Greater Male Coalition”? …”

This is supposedly a “mainstream” news network.

According to the “mainstream,” which pushes transgenderism on children, I am the extremist. You’re the extremist for reading this website and laughing at these people!

Note: Makes you wonder why the Tallahassee shooter snapped and offed himself. We live in a country where perverts are the elite and have created this upside down world.

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  1. I wrote this back on July 10, when I was in the city that hosts the German Supreme Court (Karlsruhe) on the day I found out Trump chose the Hunter Wallace look-alike to go on the American Supreme Court:

    Now, back to the home side of The Big Ocean, I saw a story in my feed reader maybe about a week ago that feminist women wanted to start a Lysistrata campaign, to have women deny sex to pro-life men. That’s all rooted in the fear that now that Anthony Kennedy has retired and a Trump appointee will replace him, that Roe v Wade could be overturned. I think they have no reason to worry, because the President who appointed Kennedy’s replacement doesn’t exactly have a reputation as a rock-ribbed social conservative for one, a SCOTUS with nine Scalias wouldn’t overturn Roe these days for two, and for three, even if SCOTUS did, legal aborticide has the political wind to its back because rich white Republican women in blue cities/counties/states and their simp husbands make the crucial marginal difference, which in turn means within 24 hours of any SCOTUS reversing Roe, there would be passed and signed Federal legislation removing aborticide from the jurisdiction of the Federal judiciary and hard wiring it as a penumbral Fourth Amendment privacy right. Kavanaugh has already tipped over his hand that he would keep Roe, for four.

    But this business about denying sex to pro-life men: First off, the kind of women who are campaigning for that are the kinds of ugly hags that nobody is checking for, meaning they’re already living the Lysistrata life. That’s like saying a cat is going to give up lettuce for Lent. Second, pro-life men won’t have to worry about not getting sex, because they already get sex from their pro-life wives. And then I have to see all this bull**** that Lysistrata style campaigns have made a difference. Where? When? Mind you, Lysistrata the play was just that, a play, a fictional work, not representative of something that really happened in Athens during the Peloponneseian War.

    In the real world, both Fifth Century B.C. and Twenty-First Century A.D., women really put out to warriors.

    The Lysistrata thesis has not yet ever been tested, and probably never will be.

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