Feminist Researcher Advocates Husbands Give Their Wives a Cheating Pass

A feminist social researcher claims the ultimate present a husband can give his wife is a 'cheating pass'.

The UK news organization, Telegraph, recently tweeted a link to their article 'Why Men Should Give Their Wives a Cheating Pass This Christmas'. In the year old article,  feminist researcher Wednesday Martin, PhD said:
" If we have a pleasure revolution and start to put female sexual pleasure at the center of our sexual universe, there's a case to be made that could change relationships outside the bedroom as well." 
 Telegraph's article stated:  "MeToo has given women a louder voice in the arena of sexual politics. And since female sexual autonomy is , argues Martin, a feminist issue closely interlinked with the power and autonomy women have in the workforce and in politics, the significance of the online movement should not be overlooked".

Martin claims that women struggle more than men with the same familiar partner day after day.
She said:
"We now know long-term relationships are harder on female desire than they are on male desire.  Many experts now believe monogamy is a tighter fit for women than for men.
Why is it better to get a divorce and move on when you simply decide 'I don't fancy him any more', or the spark is gone... What a trail of destruction you might save yourself from creating if you said instead: is there something we can do here? This Christmas give your wife something she really wants. Something truly exciting. A hall pass
[for cheating]"
Neither Martin nor the Telegraph reference any objective study conclusively proving long term relationships are harder on women's sexuality than men's.

Additionally, Martin is advocating that cheating wives should not divorce their husbands because that would mean the wife would now have to go thru the difficulty of finding a new man willing to have a committed relationship.  Instead, Martin advises cheating wives to keep their current husband and continue abusing him. Lastly, she recommends husbands give their wives a 'cheating pass' as a Christmas gift.

Imagine the outrage if anti feminists or men's rights activists advocated that wives should give their husbands a 'cheating pass' for Christmas. Imagine feminist reaction.

Unsurprisingly, Martin stated she would not give her husband a cheating pass.

The Telegraph article and Wednesday Martin are prime evidence that feminism is an ideology promoting sexism and exploitation.

November 18, 2019


Belle said...

I consider myself to be a feminist. This is utter bullshit. Cheating is not acceptable for anyone. She's clearly just trying to attract attention (or she wants to cheat on her husband without the social repercussions).

Rob said...

You are correct Belle. It is "utter bullshit".