NCFM NOTE: Here’s an interesting view of feminism harming women. A view of how one size fits all ideology goosestepping tramples responsible sex workers. Vivica Liqueur operates the blog The Vivifier. Vivica is a recovering feminist, MRA, Life Coach, Artist, and Burlesque Performer.
Feminism Is Responsible For The Rape of Women
In Burma, now called Myanmar, sex workers have been terrorized by the feminist movement. Kthi Win, a sex worker and creator of a national organization of female, male and transgender sex workers in Myanmar stated, “We live in daily fear of being ‘rescued’.
Feminist organizations have coupled with their police and encouraged the ending of brothels with the mentality that all sex workers are just sex slaves created by men. Feminists believe women cannot be consensual sex workers and make no distinction between those who are actually being sex trafficked and adults who chose their profession. Thanks to feminists supporting police in closing down brothels, the women were raped in the raids, their children taken away and then they were imprisoned.
In Cambodia these poor defective women have been put in rehabilitation camps to reform them from their clearly messed up ways of thinking and being. Here the women are raped, abused and have poor nutrition and lack of proper medical care. Way to support forcing women into ‘rehabilitation’ camps feminists. Oh, but wait, you stand for women rights, right?
According to ‘Feminist Current’ written by Meghan Murphy:
“It doesn’t take involvement in the sex trade to know that prostitution and violence against women in prostitution is the result of a very effective combination of racism, poverty, and patriarchy.”
Hmm, well darling looks like you’re part of it all. When you take brothels away you force sex workers into the streets into very dangerous conditions, into concentration camps for the sexual woman and at the mercy of officials of whom they cannot escape. With less work and no work they cannot care for their family so you have driven them into poverty, you have also taken their children away with the mindset that such sexual women cannot possibly be good parents. And love how they just throw the term ‘patriarchy’ in there. Your mythical ‘patriarchy’ had nothing to do with this so stop blaming this ‘patriarchy’ for all of the nonsense feminism does.
Meghan Murphy also goes on to say:
“We know that it isn’t feminists who are perpetrating violence against sex workers. We also know that feminists don’t blame the victim, meaning that this is not a debate about the morals of women in the industry. Why are progressives obfuscating the perpetrator by blaming feminists and misrepresenting the abolitionist movement?
Feminists are not the enemy. Rather, it’s men who treat women as disposable objects who are to blame. It is both unproductive and dishonest to claim that feminists advocate to criminalize prostituted women, as one of the few things feminists and those who advocate to end violence against prostitutes can agree on is that decriminalizing prostituted women is key.”
Clearly another completely detached feminist who lives in a bubble and knows nothing about her movement. Feminists are the ones treating women as disposable objects who are to blame. By their own definition, feminists are the enemy indeed.
As for feminists calling themselves abolitionists? Their masturbatory praise repulses me. Abolitionist is a powerful word saved for those who free slaves not those who keep sex workers enslaved to the law enforcement system. In her comments Murphy continues to say that prostitution exists because of ‘male power’. Prostitution has been around since Ancient times. Priests and Priestesses, practiced and taught Sacred Sexuality sharing the healing art of Tantra with those who sought them. They worked in Temples, many even ranked highly in societies and had much political power. In India these workers were highly revered at one time as well.
I was an Escort, Stripper, with a soft core self pleasuring video, I’m a Dominatrix who instead of sessions now teaches courses and all of this of my own volition and passion. I am a very sexual woman and that is my pleasure and not because male power made me do it or the evil grand patriarchy. I traveled and worked in Guam and had the time of my life as a stripper. There, as opposed to the states, we were accepted as a plus to the economic system along with other sex workers. The business brought to their island because of this was not only welcome but celebrated. There was no shame there in being called a sex worker. In my days as an Escort I was always treated so well by the men and never had a bad experience. It was actually through working in the sex industry that I was able to see men for their true selves. I was able to see men as the joyful people they were not allowed to be anywhere else but in my profession. When I would see these very men in daily life they seemed so muted so caged that it upset me. Why aren’t men allowed to be themselves fully in society?
Feminism continues to vilify male sexuality however the reality is see male sexuality needs to be celebrated. The sexual man that I have professional and personal experience with is one filled with joy, kindness and love of play. If feminists were not so sexually constipated themselves, they would be able to see the fun in male sexuality and actually see women as the sexual beings they are. Of course, they cannot see women as sexual due to their own fears of such sexual expression so then they project this on to all women as if we are victims of male sexuality when in fact we are humans and very sexual beings as well.
As a Dominatrix I found myself correcting a lot of damage that women who had disdain for men and claimed my title of Dominatrix did thinking it was a way to make a quick buck. I share this to show a view into the sex industry itself. We are not victims, we joyfully do what we do. I am no longer an Escort, as stated, I teach I also perform Burlesque. This does not mean I have forgotten those who are escorts men, women and transgender who are continuously hounded for choosing a profession where they joyfully share their sexual energy.
As sexual shame became the norm, sex workers suffered. Do I deny there are those who are sex trafficked? No, I do not. I also know it is not just one gender. Boys are also often sold into sex slavery or labor or for organ trafficking. These horrors must end. The problem with feminist agenda is they do not distinguish between those who are actually being sex trafficked and those who are consenting adults who decide to be sex workers. Feminists have taken the title of enforcer and are globally harming sex workers. In Arizona it was a female journalist that provided information that shut down the Sacred Sex Temple and had women and men arrested for having consensual sex with clientele. I do not have evidence to prove that woman was a feminist. I also do not have evidence to prove that she was not.
Humans are all sexual and feminists can’t seem to stand that thought.
As for feminist’s major claim to stand for women and support their human rights, they have ultimately failed at that as well. Feminism stands for no one.