Pomidor Quixote and Andrew Anglin
February 22, 2019
Women want to monopolize the female image.
Three Swedish feminist organisations, Sweden’s Women’s Lobby, the National Organisation for Women’s Shelters and Young Women’s Shelters (Roks) as well as the empowerment organisation Unizon have published a joint appeal in the newspaper Expressen, in which they demand a state ban on “dangerous” sex robots for men.
“Why are men willing to pay tens of thousands of dollars for a robot that obeys their smallest command?” the feminists asked rhetorically. “A female robot cannot say no to something that the man wants, if she is not programmed to do so“, the feminists complained.
It’s unclear if this is feminist solidarity with female robots, an attempt to push out competition, or both.
Stock photo of Swedish feminists.
Her rhetorical question has a real answer though: men are willing to pay tens of thousands of dollars for a sex robot so they don’t have to deal with deranged feminist whores like her.
The leaders of the women’s organisations claimed that fantasies stimulated by such technology may lead to real violence against girls and women. They also drew parallels with pornography, whose consumption, they claimed, leads to sexist attitudes and actual violence. The dehumanisation of women justifies slavery, and the exploitation of the female body through new technology is part of this, they claimed.
They claim pornography leads to actual violence when in fact it sucks men out of their energy and makes them passive and less likely to engage in reality. But if they want to ban pornography, they should go for it. No objections here.
But banning forms of sexual relief from men? Now that heterosexual relationships and marriage are a danger to men?
The three organisations demanded that an inquiry be made to produce proposals on “how technology and activities that normalise abuse can be restricted and prohibited”.
The feminists also want Swedish authorities to make it difficult for “brothels with sex robots and dolls” to open in Sweden. Unlike neighbouring Denmark and Finland, Sweden has yet to open an automated brothel with no human prostitutes. The organisations drew comparisons between sex robots and prostitution.
Lastly, they demanded that such dolls and robots be included in sexual education curricula and addressed from a perspective that portrays the relationship between sexuality and power as problematic.
Yeah, why not also ban men from masturbating too? After all, they’re using their hands for that, and women have hands.
These crazy whores are trying to control men’s sexuality after they were sexually liberated themselves. The pill, the media, and culture in general congratulate women “trying to find themselves” by whoring around, and these banshees want to prohibit men from busting a nut inside a doll.
Again we see that feminists have a clear understanding that their only actual value is in their vaginas. That was always the purpose of feminism: weaponization of the vagina. If they really were independent beings capable of taking care of themselves, then it wouldn’t matter at all if men were getting sex from robots. But they are now openly framing men going somewhere else for sex as taking power away from women.
Sex has always been the only value of women. Without the ability to give men pleasure and to give them sons, women are literally worthless fleshbags. Historically, they would trade sex in exchange for a man’s resources through a marriage contract. In the modern world, they use the implication of sex to control large numbers of men. Occasionally, they give out sex to specific men in order to remind other men that it is possible to achieve that, if they sufficiently bend to the will of women.
Women protesting sex robots is no different than truck drivers protesting self-driving trucks.
When the sex robots come, they will be obsolete. They will no longer be able to sexually exploit men, to manipulate their biological drives in order to force them to bend to their will.