The founder of Femen in Brazil asks Christians for forgiveness

Sara Fernanda Giromin, better known as Sarah Winter, founder of the ultra-feminist movement Femen, in Brazil in 2012, has organized a number of “topless” protests that have attracted media attention.

However, 3 years later, the young activist does an about-face, apologizes to Christians for her “offensive behavior” and declares war on feminism and abortion.

“I ask the Christians for forgiveness for our feminist protests… We have gone too far. "

sarahwinterThis radical change came with the birth of her son, when she had had an abortion a few years earlier.
A month after the birth of her son, Sara Giromin wrote on Facebook page :

“I repented of having had an abortion and today I ask for forgiveness. My baby was born a month yesterday and my life has new meaning. I am writing this while he sleeps calmly on my lap. It is the most extraordinary sensation in the whole world. "

She adds in a vibrant appeal:

“Please, you who are desperate for an abortion, think about it, be careful. I very much regret having done so. I don't want the same to happen to you. "

Sarah does not stop there since she denounces the Femen movement today and even accuses it of being a sect.

"I have seen the feminist movement cover up facts of pedophilia and persecute women ... I witness that for Femen, women are of no importance but only serve as fuel to fuel the hateful fire of the feminist sect."

sarahwinterbookIn a recently published book of testimony, Vadia não! Sete vezes que fui traída pelo feminismo, (Not bitch! Seven times betrayed by feminism), the young woman explains how the activists of the movement pushed her to consume drugs, to have unwanted relationships with strangers, even though the movement claims to fight for women's rights.

Sarah also states that the only person in whom she found a sympathetic ear was an older academic who was known to be conservative and anti-feminist.

Sarah Giromin today gives lectures to denounce feminism, gender ideology and cultural Marxism, alongside an evangelical psychologist, Marisa Lobo.

"Today, I am happier and I am able to help many more women".


source: LifeSiteNews

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