Sara Winter apologizes

Ultra-feminist and founder of Femen Brazil, Sara Winter was one of the principal symbols of the anti-Christian, left-wing movement.

She is particularly famous for engaging in a bare-breasted, same-sex kiss in front of the Church of Our Lady of Candelária in Rio de Janeiro. The photo of the two, with a cross in the background, became iconic in Brazil of homosexual contempt for Christianity.

Today, Sara Giromin (her real name) is pro-life and has formally apologized to Christians for her blasphemous actions.

Giromin thought feminism was about helping women, but learned the hard way that it is primarily about promoting cultural Marxism and inflaming hatred for human beings, families, and Christianity.

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In her new book “Bitch, no! Seven times I was betrayed by Feminism” (Vadia não! Sete vezes que fui traída pelo feminismo), Giromin writes that she was repeatedly pushed to do drugs, to engage in sex with strangers, and was even molested by a lesbian, all at the hands of feminists who claimed to be fighting for women’s equality.

“I saw the feminist movement cover up for PEDOPHILES,” she writes. “I saw the feminist movement PERSECUTE WOMEN … I am a witness to the fact that today in the feminist movement women are not of any importance but serve as fuel for the fires of hatred that the feminist sect cannot allow to die.”

Giromin is donating a percentage of her book earnings to pro-life causes, and is now beginning to give talks against feminism, gender ideology and cultural Marxism, teaming up with Christian psychologist Marisa Lobo.



Filed under Abortion, Christianity, Feminism, Marxism

2 responses to “Sara Winter apologizes

  1. I was going to mention this to you, but I figured you’d catch this one yourself.

    This is a particularly powerful indictment of “feminism,” and a remarkable case of personal enlightenment.

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    • chrissythehyphenated

      I’m always grateful for a heads up about a good story. If I get it from more than one source, it just confirms for me that I should re-blog it here. 🙂