From the late Alex Tizon at Atlantic:
My Family’s Slave: She lived with us for 56 years. She raised me and my siblings without pay. I was 11, a typical American kid, before I realized who she was.
No other word but slave encompassed the life she lived. Her days began before everyone else woke and ended after we went to bed. She prepared three meals a day, cleaned the house, waited on my parents, and took care of my four siblings and me. My parents never paid her, and they scolded her constantly. She wasn’t kept in leg irons, but she might as well have been. So many nights, on my way to the bathroom, I’d spot her sleeping in a corner, slumped against a mound of laundry, her fingers clutching a garment she was in the middle of folding.
Reality check: How dare we disrespect another culture by thinking that Lola’s exploitation was wrong?
African-American slavery? No, that’s different, for progressives. That’s an official Bad because its designation produces billions for their victimhood industry. Otherwise, who’d care? And we are already told in 2017 that Islamic slavery is different.
See also: Why female genital mutilation continues in the West The silence is easy to understand. Feminists are only concerned about women’s issues when they spell out ABORTION. Mutilating little girls is neutral as to that. And aborting a child because she is a girl is positive. So is honour killing. They are merely “cultural” mutilations and deaths.
Remember that when anyone praises a woman for being a “feminist.” They are praising her for promoting and celebrating the deaths of children, period, end stop.