Hanna Rosin’s Stealth Lesbian Agenda

Written by  //  September 2, 2012  //  Politics  //  No comments

rosin.jpg “The hookup culture [casual sex with strangers] that has largely replaced dating on college campuses has been viewed as socially corrosive and ultimately toxic to women. Actually, it is an engine of female progress–one being harnessed and driven by women themselves.”

This is the argument Hanna Rosin, left, makes in an article “Boys on the Side” in the current edition of “The Atlantic”  

Satanism portrays sickness and evil as healthy and good. This article is an excellent example of how “progressive” Jews like Hanna Rosin play this role in Western culture, shredding the heterosexual fabric of society and the lives of millions of people. This is one reason for anti-Semitism throughout the ages.

In the article, Rosin argues that the “hook up” culture   is actually preferred by women who are too busy pursuing careers to have long-term relationships with men. Tellingly, she likens a loving suitor to “an unwanted pregnancy.”

To the charge that American women have been reduced to desperate prostitutes, she replies, “Is that so bad?” These are the same despicable SHOCK tactics CHANGE AGENT Betty Friedan used when she said housewives were “concentration camp inmates” or when CHANGE AGENT Helen Gurley Brown said they were “parasites.”

Does Rosin imagine that career-driven switch-hitters, coarsened by promiscuity and porn, can morph into loyal and loving wives and mothers? Of course not. Ultimately, she is a CHANGE AGENT  and the change is lesbian.

“Hooking up” (i.e. anonymous sex) is characteristic of homosexuals, most of whom are not concerned with courtship and marriage.

That this sexual subversion gets marquee billing reflects the occult war Illuminati Jews and Masons  wage on society every day. The true occult nature of revolution (i,e, Communism) is to overturn the natural and spiritual order and replace God with Lucifer.

storyyidlit-janetreitman-0727.jpgFortunately, there is another kind of Jew, like writer Janet Reitman, left,  who portrayed “hook up” culture in its true light in an 2006 Rolling Stone article which I reprise below.