Stupid Feminist Compares Fake “Rape Culture” To ISIS

Stupid feminist actually compares mythical “rape culture” to ISIS.  

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Amy Lauricella, a feminist campaigner, wrote this article about the parallel between ISIS and American “rape culture” (a complete fabrication).

For some perspective, here’s one account of ISIS’ treatment of Christian and Yezidi women:

From 9:30 in the morning, men would come to buy girls to rape them. I saw in front of my eyes ISIS soldiers pulling hair, beating girls, and slamming the heads of anyone who resisted. They were like animals…. Once they took the girls out, they would rape them and bring them back to exchange for new girls. The girls’ ages ranged from 8 to 30 years… only 20 girls remained in the end.  Source

Lauricella actually had the audacity to write that ISIS’ conduct detailed above mirrors the plight of women on college campuses:

ISIS’ treatment of Yazidi women as sexual slaves may seem far removed from fraternity or athletic team members’ treatment of women as sexual objects for conquest, however the results are distressingly similar. As tempting as it is to deny the parallels, we must acknowledge that institutionalized rape exists throughout the world and in the face of legal prohibitions. Recognition will help identify and eliminate the behaviors within our own culture.  Source

According to the left, ISIS’ rape of women aged 8 to 30 is similar to a bunch of drunk 21-year-olds hitting on girls at a party.

Apparently, there’s no difference between the experience of Yezidi woman who slashed her wrists in order to avoid being raped and brutalized by Islamic radicals – and whiny PC obsessed college students.

Third wave radical feminists are so determined to participate in the oppression olympics that they’re willing to draw parallels between themselves and ISIS rape victims.

In the process, they unknowingly slap the victims of real oppression in the face by complaining about issues that don’t actually exist.

Instead of warning people about the dangers of radical Islam and it’s degradation of women, Lauricella tried to convince her audience that women in the U.S. were just as oppressed!  The reality is, oppression is a competition for feminists and they will do anything to win.

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Benjamin Knight

Benjamin Knight, the founder of We the Vigilant and host of The Maverick Podcast, was born in Engelwood, New Jersey. He is a Bible believing Christian, a right-wing Libertarian and a nationalist who is dedicated to fighting back against cultural Marxism and globalism. In his free time, Knight enjoys triggering leftists, shooting guns and being an American.