REAL War on Women: German Company Making Massive Profits Selling Fake Hymens to Muslim Brides

The left loves to paint conservatives as proponents of backwards, Neanderthal-like thinking. In this age of 140-character-count political discussions and over-saturation of media, what someone says about another person or idea is considered more important than the reality of that idea or person.

One such preposterous narrative is the fictitious “Republican War on Women.” While it is true that true Republican ideology supports lessened government and increased individual accountability, this simple concept has been twisted and warped to mean a “war on women.”

Do you believe a grown woman who is old enough to have sex should be old enough to procure her own birth control methods? You’re part of the “war on women.”

Do you believe that Christians who are adamantly opposed to infanticide should not be forced to pay for abortions? You’re part of the “war on women.”

Do you believe that the best person for the job should get the job regardless of gender? You’re part of the “war on women.”

Do you spend less than an hour a day pondering and atoning for your male privilege? Guess what? You’re part of the “war on women.”

Simultaneously, however, the left adores the Muslim world and vigorously defends and promotes a perverse breed of tolerance that demands the West bends to the religious sensitivities of oppressive men with stone-age values.

The Muslim world remains incredibly restrictive of females. From forcing upon them absurd standards of modesty like head-to-toe coverings to denying them opportunities to learn to read or even drive a car, the Muslim world is committed to a kind of misogyny that escapes liberal understanding.

Still, the same people who crusade for importing more Muslims from ISIS’ homeland are the same people who criticize Donald Trump for not liking Megyn Kelly.

Now, as Europe braces for the modern resuming of the crusades and the flood of Muslims entering Western countries, the West is bracing for an adoption of Shariah values.

A German company is reportedly making astounding profits by selling fake “hymens” to Muslim brides.

As Islam demands that a man’s wife be a virgin at the time of marriage, a woman who is absent an intact hymen risks ostracization or worse as women have actually been stoned to death in Iran for their alleged impurity.

Virginia Cares is a German company that sells two ultra-thin membranes that can simulate an intact hymen so that a woman who is not a virgin, or who has broken her hymen, will not incur the wrath of her new husband upon discovery.

The membranes contain a free-dried blood powder so that a woman will “bleed” upon penetration.

The product costs nearly 50 Euros, but customers have already begun raving about it with one customer even insisting that it saved her life: “If your product did not exist, I would not now exist either,” she wrote.

The product even comes with an instruction book detailing how to convincingly fool the new husband. “The woman needs to show pain. That is exactly what the man expects from a woman having sex for the first time,” it reads.

It also comes with a “fresher” blood and a “darker” blood so one can show parents and in-laws to prove her virginity.

Though it is not outrageous to preach waiting for marriage until one has sex, this product’s existence and its success is a shocking illustration of how backwards and violently oppressive the Muslim world truly is.

Meanwhile, Europe is welcoming more and more of them and Democrats who insist that it’s misogyny to not fund abortions are insisting that it’s against our values as Americans to not welcome this vile clash of cultures with open arms.

About the Author

Greg Campbell
Greg Campbell
An unapologetic patriot and conservative, Greg emerged within the blossoming Tea Party Movement as a political analyst dedicated to educating and advocating for the preservation of our constitutional principles and a free-market solution to problems birthed by economic liberalism. From authoring scathing commentaries to conducting interviews with some of the biggest names in politics today including party leaders, activists and conservative media personalities, Greg has worked to counter the left’s media narratives with truthful discussions of the biggest issues affecting Americans today. Greg’s primary area of focus is Second Amendment issues and the advancement of honest discussion concerning the constitutional right that protects all others. He lives in the Northwest with his wife, Heather, and enjoys writing, marksmanship and the outdoors.

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