delve a little deeper....
Fiona tugs nervously at the hen of her Boden skirt. She can barely make eye contact as she tells her story. Fiona might look like a normal, middle class woman, but she was once a Radical Feminist who wanted sex work banned.
'I suppose it started at university' she tells me.
'I wasn't sure about all the bra burning, I was ashamed about taking my underwear off in front of other people but I wanted to fit in and I went along with it. The other women used to laugh at me when I said I quite liked men.' Fiona stops for a moment as she dabs away a tear.
'After a while I started to believe what they said about how awful men were and I think I started to believe they were all monsters. Soon after that I started to campaign against prostitution. I didn't feel as if I had a choice. The other women pushed me into it and threatened to snub me if I didn't go along with it. They said they would out me as a slut if I wouldn't.'
Fiona is typical of many women who end up in the clutches of Radical Feminism. Pushed into it by evil pimps and force fed lies to keep her in line she soon started to believe that she really hated men and that she enjoyed demanding an end to prostitution. Luckily for her she was saved by Save The Ignorant Feminist Faction (STIFF) who told her she had false conscious and that she indeed had a choice. It's hard to believe that in this day and age there are still women who believe prostitution should be banned.
Here at STIFF we campaign tirelessly to ban anti sex work feminism. We have researched* and found that 89% of anti sex work feminists hated what they did and want it banned.
There is other evidence** to suggest that in recent years Radical Feminists have been trafficked into the UK from Eastern Europe and forced to attend meetings and snark on Twitter.
Another survivor, Daphne regularly wrote for The Guardian. 'I only wanted to feed my kids!' she told us. "They pay better than The Sun and I could choose the hours I worked. I didn't realise I should just starve quietly or work 60 hours a week answering the phones at the local Gazette and never see my children".
Since STIFF saved Daphne she has secured a book deal detailing here time in the gutter and has appeared on several television programmes including Good Morning where she told Holly Willougby "What I did was disgusting. I'm so ashamed of myself. I didn't enjoy one second of it. Other women say they like being anti sex work journalists, but they are lying. Noone can do it without some sort of suffering".
Here at STIFF we aim to wipe out SWERFS (Sex Work Exclusionary Radical Feminists). We have dedicated ourselves to the following code of conduct:
1. Never to listen to their opinions or what they want
2. Provide other hobbies for them such as sewing or macramé
3. Campaign to change the law to put them in danger.
4. Out them to their family and friends.
5. If they resist, ensure we shame them by telling them they are throwing other SWERFS under the bus.
6. Ensure we keep telling them that all we want is to help them. They'll get the message eventually.
7. Never differentiate between the so called "Happy SWERF" and those who are forced into it.
Join STIFF today and you too can feel smug in the knowledge that you are rescuing people who don't want to be!
*- From a survey of 3 women we found outside Waitrose in Chipping Norton
**- It was in the Daily Mail so must be true