Femen-Führerin verlässt "Sekte" Feminismus und bittet Christen um Verzeihung
Die brasilianische Femen-Führerin Sara Fernanda Giromin – besser bekannt unter ihrem Decknamen "Sara Winter" – hat erkannt, dass es sich beim radikalen Feminismus um eine Hassbewegung handelt und sich davon losgesagt. Ausschlaggebend dafür, dass Giromin sich Gedanken über ihr Leben machte, war offenbar die Geburt ihres zweiten Kindes. Die konservative Website "Truth Revolt" berichtet über Giromins neue Einstellung nach ihrem Ausstieg:
"In the feminist movement women are not of any importance but serve as fuel for the fires of hatred."
"Truth Revolt" führt weiter aus:
In her book "Bitch, No! Seven Times I Was Betrayed by Feminism", Giromin reveals that she was repeatedly pressured by fellow feminists to do drugs and engage in sex with strangers, and was even molested by a lesbian. She also recounts that when she once confided in a feminist academic that she was involved in prostitution as a teen, the woman affirmed her behavior and did nothing to help her find a way out. One of the few times she received affection, kindness, and understanding from a female friend, it was from an older, conservative “anti-feminist” who treated her like a daughter.
Auch die konservative Website The Blaze greift die Berichterstattung auf:
In a YouTube video published earlier this month, Giromin, who founded Femen Now at age 19, apologized to Christians for her past transgressions.
"We went way too far and ended up offending many religious and non-religious people," she added, labeling her actions "blasphemy." Giromin also indicated that she continues to progress in her own spiritual walk, though her current beliefs remain unsettled.
Giromin left Femen in 2013 in order to form a new feminist group, "Bastardxs," which retained much of Femen’s goals and topless protests, but included men and women.
She now has denounced her affiliation with feminism entirely, rejecting the movement as a religious "sect" that objectifies women, promotes lesbianism and overlooks pedophilia in its midst.
Aus den australischen Nachrichten schließlich erfährt man, wie es jetzt weitergeht:
Ms Giromin has teamed up with Christian psychologist Marisa Lobo to give talks that focus on antifeminism and gender ideology.
"I left that movement of which for four years I was one of the principal symbols in Brazil, and no one can say the contrary! The result? Today I’m much happier and I’m able to help women more."
Gebt ihr noch ein paar Jahre, und sie wird vielleicht so weit sein, beiden Geschlechtern helfen zu wollen.