The term “feminist” once had a very different meaning.
What are now called “first wave feminists” actually existed in the 19th and early 20th century. These were largely devout Christian women who peacefully exercised their right to protest in order to earn the right to vote.
Many of the founders of the feminist movement also had grave reservations about abortion, including Susan B. Anthony.
These women are a far cry from the feminists of today, who lack any semblance of a moral compass.
Many of the women who identify as “third wave” or “fourth wave” feminists are militantly pro-abortion, and believe that dressing up like female genitalia makes them crusaders for women’s rights.
Many of us are able to see this “movement” for what it really is: another leftist attempt to erode our nation’s founding morals.
Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani understands how far feminism, and the women who subscribe to it, have strayed from what they were intended to be, and recently voiced his views on the subject while discussing Stormy Daniels.
From Washington Examiner:
“‘If you’re going to sell your body for money, you just don’t have a reputation. I may be old-fashioned, I dunno,’ Giuliani said Wednesday.
CNN pressed Giuliani about his comments Thursday, asking if his views about women in the porn industry were ‘antiquated.’
‘I kind of like my view of it better,’ he said, adding that feminists used to argue that the industry was demeaning to women. Those who support Daniels, Giuliani argued, aren’t actually feminists.
‘If you’re a [feminist] and you support the porn industry, you should turn in your credentials,’ he said.
Giuliani brings up an excellent point, that feminists historically thought of porn as demeaning to women.
Many feminists continue to argue that pornography reduces women to sex objects, and that it encourages violence and exploitation of women.
But these voices largely fade into the background as louder feminists claim porn is “empowering”, and that those who belittle women who work in the industry are “slut shaming”.
Giuliani is now being called a “slut shamer” by feminists over his recent comment, but he hasn’t walked back his statements. He went on to claim that Daniels is untrustworthy because she is in the adult film industry.
“If you’re involved in a sort of slimy business, (that) says something about you — says something about how far you’ll go to make money,” Giuliani told CNN.
Considering the money Daniels has pocketed for her multiple interviews, appearances, and her plans to tour the country dancing at strip clubs, Giuliani appears to understand Daniels’ real motivation much better than the liberal media does.
And if feminists really do support pornstars these days, they’re completely backward. And disgusting to boot.
Source: Washington Examiner