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Jan 28 2019

Breast Ironing Enriches Multicultural Tapestry

The colonization of Europe by sub-Saharan Africa has culturally enriched that formerly bland land with the festive practice of breast ironing:

An African practice of “ironing” a girl’s chest with a hot stone to delay breast formation is spreading in the UK, with anecdotal evidence of dozens of recent cases, a Guardian investigation has established.

The practice is described as “painful, abusive and ultimately futile.” It is now widespread throughout Britain, due to the African diaspora that is only just beginning to pick up steam. At least 1,000 girls are estimated to have been abused in this manner in Britain.

Careful not to drop a pin, or it might drown out the complaints from feminists. Their ideology consists purely of Cultural Marxism, as evidenced by their seeming tacit acceptance of even the most brutal Third World practices. These include female genital mutilation, which at least is not usually performed right there in Britain.

Regarding the purpose of breast ironing,

The perpetrators, usually mothers, consider it a traditional measure which protects girls from unwanted male attention, sexual harassment and rape.

This makes it particularly crucial for African colonists in Europe, because as we know from watching Gillette commercials, most sexual harassment involves white men lusting after black women.

Medical experts and victims regard it as child abuse which could lead to physical and psychological scars, infections, inability to breastfeed, deformities and breast cancer.

The hot stone torture still doesn’t sound that much worse than medical interventions to forestall puberty for the sake of moonbattery-induced gender dysphoria. Speaking of which, what if these girls identify as boys? Any and all means of trying to prevent normal development are preferable to having a body that does not allow you to be who you have been convinced to pretend you really are.

British authorities have been slow to do anything about the horrific practice of breast ironing due to “cultural sensitivities.”

On tips from 1-Bodhisattva and Come&TakeIt.




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