French politician Clémentine Autain is a rather good-looking White woman of 33. She speaks very often and very convicingly on the TV's, and she is quite articulate when arguing.
She's a member of Paris City Council, a feminist leader, a Communist (or nearly so), and a staunch supporter of African illegal immigrants.
I never heard of a serial rapist in France that wasn't Black (except for a few Arabs).In a biography, she reveals that she was raped at age 23 while being threatened with a knife near the Université Paris VIII. She revealed the tragedy in the middle of the presidential campaign as . About this book, she declared:
"I do not deliver private confidences about what I felt, I do not have a desire to comment on the consequences of the rape in my private life. [...] This part of the experience belongs to me, it will remain to me. [...] But to talk is to be faithful to my commitment. Because silence is playing into the hands of the rapists. [...] My example shows how rape is a taboo subject. My rapist was a repeat offender, he confessed to raping between twenty and thirty women, but only three complaints were filed."
This rape marked, for her, the start of her engagement in feminism. She was active in the Union des étudiants communistes. She supported the Collectif contre le viol and contributed her feminist perspective. She made the Mouvement de libération des femmes (MLF) the thesis topic for her DEA in History. In 1997, she decided to create a new feminist organization, Mix-Cité, for which she was co-president.
Which raises a number of questions:
• Are all feminists FUBAR in their minds?
• Being forcibly screwed by some swarthy wog makes any woman a race treator?
• Were East-Berliner women in the postwar years especially enthusiastic about communism just because all of them had been raped by Soviet servicemen?
• Stockholm syndrome?
• Is a woman who uses hey nice physical appearance to advocate ugly ideas double as guilty?
• Should women be barred from politics?
• Do they have a soul?