The level of Western degeneracy knows no bounds. Western woman now are marching literally naked in public for the right… to be naked in public.
The event, held under the banner“ No nipple is free until all nipples are free, ”was held in a show of solidarity for a French woman who had not been allowed to sunbathe topless.
Park attendants had asked the woman, who lives in Berlin, to put a top on or leave the park, according to media reports. She was sunning herself near a children’s paddling pool.
Exposing yourself to children is no problem for these pedophilic Westerners. Why not? There is nothing shameful about the body, they claim. So expose children to the max. This was the reasoning behind the Dutch TV show for children that featured numerous naked adults. Eventually, it was discovered that some of the naked adults in the show were convicted child molesters. Big surprise.
How do we debate with people who find it normal to go out naked in the street to protest? What hope do we have to speak reason to people who have no problem sexually accosting children in public with their private parts?
And why are these people allowed to protest naked? Where are the police to violently subdue this mob of degenerates and restore public order? These Western states, in fact, allow this degeneracy to happen unimpeded because they secretly approve of it.
A nationwide movement calling for “Equal Breasts for All” is now demanding woman have the right to go topless in places where men do so too. Their call is about “normalizing” breasts rather than sexualizing them, they said online.
It becomes hard to fathom the level of degeneracy. They are the embodiment of following desire itself. These feminists demand to be naked in front of everyone including children. But they also complain about nonconsensual exposure from men and say it is harassment in the “MeToo” era. Isn’t this an obvious double standard?
These women are driven to expose themselves for attention, but if they themselves get attention from someone they don’t like, they cry harassment.
Let’s illustrate the contradictions of these topless sheroes further in an even more obvious example.
Same setting, same context, different people involved.
In 2016 in France, controversy broke out about the “Burkini,” a modest swimsuit designed for Muslim women in hijab.
The political class was divided on the question of whether or not to allow this dress, and a significant number of seaside resorts banned it completely.
On August 23, 2016, two French police officers asked a veiled woman on the beach to remove her veil in front of everyone.
European women’s advocates did not demonstrate in Burkini to show their discontentment. Likewise, no movement has been launched on social media.
It seems like state coercion is less outrageous when it’s against Islam and modesty.