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Why are Young Feminists So Clueless About Sex?

October 24, 2015


Mainstream columnist Margaret Wente says young feminists "have been sold a lie." 
They have been told that having promiscuous sex just like men is "empowering." 

Is this lie any surprise? Feminism is Communism is Cabalism is Jewish Satanism.
Its goal is to attack gender and destroy the institutions of marriage and family.

Wente can recognize the symptoms of de facto Communism, but not the source.

"These days, in fact, sexual restraint is a sign that something must be wrong with you."

by Margaret Wente
Globe and Mail
(Abridged by 

A few months ago, a Harvard senior named Reina Gattuso wrote a column in the school newspaper. It described her crummy night of drunken sex with a couple of men she didn't know. "I have so much to drink my memory becomes dark water," she wrote. She freely admitted that she consented. Enthusiastically. And that was the problem. She thought she would enjoy it, but instead she just felt rotten!

Most people might conclude from this experience that random sex with drunken strangers is a poor idea, and Ms. Gattuso really should not try that again. Old-fashioned moralists might even call such behaviour tawdry, degrading and sluttish. Not Ms. Gattuso. And not Rebecca Traister, the New York Magazine writer who wrote about it. To them, the moral of the story is that the world is awash in bad consensual sex. This is due to the persistent power imbalances between women and men. Until we fix this, women cannot be sexually happy. As Ms. Traister argues, "The game is rigged."

Ironically, today's feminists are serious about consent but casual about sex. And to their shock, they've discovered that there's an awful lot of bad sex out there. They did not expect this. They've been told they are supposed to be having a super-positive sex life - unconflicted, joyous, casual and abundant. They've been told they should be able to have as many partners and initiate sex just as often as men do. And they've tried that. And it hasn't worked out very well. Instead of feeling super-positive, they feel sexually dissatisfied, emotionally disconnected and more than a little used.

The surprise is that so many young women are surprised by this. Haven't they watched Girls?

The trouble isn't men, of course. Nor is it the culture. The trouble is that these women have been sold a lie. They've been told that the profound sexual and behavioural differences between men and women are merely matters of individual preference, which would largely dissolve if we ever managed to shed our noxious cultural baggage.


Nothing could be further from the truth, of course. These differences are to a great extent hard-wired. Female sexual desire can be as powerful and urgent as men's. But most women are only able to have good sex with men they feel connected to and trust...
Eventually men will bond with you, of course, and everything will change, and they will be willing, even eager, to faithfully protect you and your babies. But until that happens you really can't expect much from them.

I know all of this is a cliché. But it's also true. Unfortunately, the emotional, behavioural, hormonal and biochemical differences between the sexes are not taught in sex ed or gender-studies courses because the truth is considered so reactionary. Some people also consider it monstrously unfair to women. Sadly, much in life is unfair. Men can pee standing up. But what can you do?


Many of us learned this stuff the hard way, at the dawn of the feminist revolution. The 1970s were paradise for men. They told us that if we didn't sleep with them we must be unliberated and sexually uptight. I can't tell you how many women swallowed this cow manure before we smartened up.

But now, young women are peddling this manure to themselves. In a world that's already disturbingly oversexualized, they insist that sexual display and promiscuity (dare I use that word?) are synonymous with female empowerment.

These days, in fact, sexual restraint is a sign that something must be wrong with you. Last week, a young woman named Ali Rachel Pearl confessed in an essay in The New York Times that she hadn't had sex for two whole years. She can't really explain why. There was a guy who broke her heart, and so on. It turns out that this strange condition even has a name - "secondary abstinence." As she tells it, her friends are aghast. "How can you go so long?" they ask. "Get rid of your hang-ups." "Be more open." "Stop being afraid." They all feel sorry for her.

It's so old-fashioned - this bizarre notion that maybe you should feel some attachment to the person you are sleeping with. Too old-fashioned for our most progressive and enlightened young women, who, I'm afraid, are in for a world of unnecessary hurt. If only feminists would smarten up about sex, our daughters - and our sons - would be a lot better off.
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Comments for "Why are Young Feminists So Clueless About Sex?"

Jennifer said (October 24, 2015):

My mother was an early feminist graduating from University of Chicago Law School in 1959 at the age of 21!
Fully brainwashed she told me to disregard my Sunday school chastity education and go on the pill at soon as I got my period.

She advised me that a lasting marriage is 80% dependent on good sex -so best to have sex BEFORE I get married to "make sure the shoe fits."

The problem: Men can TELL a woman they WANT to get married but of course they need a "Test Drive." A woman is considered horribly unreasonable if she can't understand that a man needs a test drive before he is going to commit for the rest of his life.

My mother agreed and insisted I deserve a test drive too! The guy I slept with said it was the best sex ever! Then he strung me along for years promising marriage but not stepping up. Eventually he CHANGED his mind and decided he wasn't the marrying type. He never got married.

For me the sex was awful but strangely I didn't care. I loved him or was I oxytocin addicted to his smell? I became married emotionally and mentally and was his FREE WIFE for years. He got all the benefits and I lost my chance to get married and have children waiting for him. Thanks mom for the stupid advice.

Some women actual do get married and end up having children with men they had premarital sex with-they were they lucky ones. A huge percentage of women payed the premarital sex card and lost. Its a crap shoot. Most of those premarital sex marriages failed. Waiting to have sex for marriage helps the odds that you will get married and have a better marriage. However, there is no guarantee either way - just better odds.

But if a woman waits regardless if she gets married or has a failed marriage or never gets married --she has a peace of mind and self esteem that sluts are clueless about.

Al Thompson said (October 24, 2015):

I think the main problem of feminism is that it is always out of the context of the natural order of life. Women are not as strong as men, nor do they have the emotional make-up to do manly tasks. A woman is one thing and a man is another, and they should compliment each other rather than to be at war.

These women who engage in casual sex are experiencing the bad results from the evil behavior. It is just a natural outflow from their promiscuous sex. The men are equally as bad as they are too immature to stop themselves. This immaturity comes from the Satanic-communist doctrine that is being spewed forth from the schools and the media. If I was able to do it all again, I would completely avoid any sexual activity until I married a woman. Looking back at my own life, the mistakes I made and the resultant bad effects are very clear to me.

No matter what kind of happy face the feminists put on their stupid beliefs, the truth always comes out; one way or another and it isn't good. This is the kind of trouble no one needs and it is self-inflicted.

Better to court a spouse without sex in order to get the proper mate.

Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982. He welcomes your comments at