Uber feminist Sandberg tells women to slut it up before marrying a diaper-changer

One of the core doctrines of modern feminism is to “have it all” no matter the cost of “having it all,” to men, to society, to civilization and, in the long run, to women themselves. A lot of Sikh women have bought into this thinking hook, line and sinker.

Enabled by myriad contraceptive choices, lifestyle abortions and even infanticide, the unbridled exercise of female sexuality today has meant that “having it all” includes women slutting it up in total abandon (while they still can) with bad boys before they end up on the wrong side of 30, with their biological clock ticking, their youth and beauty busted physically by a decade and a half of drinking and hard partying, and their emotional health and biological pair-bonding ability ruined by years of casual sex with “emotionally unavailable” unwholesome men.

The preceding statement is not an exaggeration. Watch this video clip of two 30-something influencers dishing out “advice to their 20 year old selves”:

“You sleep with the bad boy, you do not marry him.”

Sikh men ought to pay attention. This is the cultural diet Sikh women in western countries and, increasingly, in most of the rest of the world, are ingesting. Give it another 5-10 years and you’ll have these attitudes spread pretty widely among young Sikh women. The more “sophisticated” vanguard of the current generation of 20-and 30-something daughters of Sikh families have already conquered this territory.

Short of a lengthy, expensive and still unreliable private investigation, you cannot really tell how virtuous a woman has been, and a slut is definitely not going to give a prospective husband anything more than a heavily redacted version of her sexual history. So it’s best to stick to the expectation of virginity in your brides. Besides, it is a proven fact that the farther a woman drifts from virgin status, the likelier she is to eventually divorce her husband. (Lazy feminists should spend some time googling it before demanding citations – the research is out there in the public domain.)

(Of course, the immediate retort from a lot of female readers will be: “But what about the Sikh men? They sleep around too!” Ladies, it is your responsibility to guard your own virtue. And you also have the choice and the responsibility of saying no to such men, assuming that is really your point.)

Coming back to “you sleep with the bad boy, you do not marry him”: the vehement feminist campaign to fight “slut-shaming” is precisely aimed at enabling the sexual “having it all” until they no longer can and then the game shifts to trapping diaper-changing, stable-income nice-guy provider fools some of whom are changing the diapers unaware that the babies are not even their own.

It is not just these two airheads in the video clip above who have taken the slutting-it-up part of having-it-all to heart. It is a widespread belief among modern women and thanks to the internet and the brazenness of feminists (rightfully, given their massive success in making the world conducive to having-it-all) we can now capture and examine the snippets of truth that occasionally slip out of feminists’ mouths.

One such snippet of truth slipped out of the mouth of the biggest feminist ‘success story’ of the last decade, Sheryl Sandberg, a few weeks back. Sandberg is a celebrated senior executive at Facebook (that cesspit of narcissism) and probably the ultimate candidate for a keynote speech at the official Sikh Feminists’ annual conference. (Click the conference link at your own risk – you will kill a substantial number of your brain cells trying to figure out what the hell it is about).

In an interview with Salon promoting her book “Lean In”, Sandberg says exactly the same thing as the two 30-something used-up party girls in the video clip above:

If you are a female and your partner is likely to be male, this is something to really pay attention to. I say in the book, date the bad boys, date the crazy boys, but do not marry them. Marry the boys who are going to change half of the diapers.

How do you like that for equality, our marriage-minded, diaper-changing Sikh brothers? How do you feel about you and your children being kissed by the same ‘liberated’ mouth that has previously licked and polished dozens — in some cases, hundreds — of knobs, and swallowed too?

Sandberg’s feminist credentials are rock-solid. No one can deny that. Her book has been widely celebrated in popular media and comes highly recommended at Amazon.com (4.4 stars out of 5, from 981 reviews).

Compare this advice to slut-it-up-while-you-can from a prominent, bona-fide feminist with the advice to Sikh women in Gurbani regarding feminine virtues and behavior. Maybe, just for shits & giggles at the very least, the readers can ask “Sikh feminists” what the latter is anyway.

Still think Sikhs can be feminist?

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One comment

  1. You must read this parable.. it should be required reading by all

    http://laidnyc.wordpress.com/2013/06/05/the-parable-of-mark-and-lauren/

    [Ed.: Excellent parable. LADIES! Read it once every week until you find a good husband.

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