Posted on | December 28, 2016 | 4 Comments
Allison Moon wants to talk to your daughter about dildo sex.
“I’m standing with Planned Parenthood because teenage horniness is a force of nature. . . . There’s nothing that will convince teens ready to have sex not to have sex. . . . Planned Parenthood . . . provides comprehensive sexual health information.”
— Allison Moon, Feb. 21, 2011
Allison Moon (@HeyAllieMoon on Twitter) is a queer feminist and an Oberlin College alumna, but I repeat myself. She lives in Oakland, Calif., and is the author of four self-published books, including a 2011 novel:
Lunatic Fringe indulges the feminine wild by giving the classic werewolf myth a lesbian twist.
Lexie Clarion’s first night at college, she falls in with a pack of radical feminist werewolf hunters. The next morning, she falls for a mysterious woman who may be among the hunted. As Lexie’s new lover and the Pack battle for Lexie’s allegiance, the waxing moon illuminates old hatreds, new enemies, and a secret from Lexie’s childhood that will change her life forever.
Although she has no expert credentials beyond her status as a queer feminist, Ms. Moon offers “sex ed workshops,” including this one:
Buckle-Up! Strap-On Basics
Wanna add another tool to your box but don’t know where to start? Love the idea but nervous about the execution?
Strap-on play, once considered taboo, is now en vogue, and, for many of us, an essential part of our sex lives. But unless you had the chutzpah to blaze your own trail or a special someone to show you the ropes, buckling up and pitching or catching can be intimidating.
Join Sapphic savant and veteran pegster, Allie Moon, for this fun, informative, and sexy introduction to the world of harnesses, dildos, lubes and moves.
In this 2-hour workshop for women, you will learn…
• The ins and outs of strap-on play
• How to choose a dildo and a harness that’s right for you
• Fun positions for giving and receiving
• How to brooch [sic] the subject of strap-ons with your partner and integrate it into your regular sex life
• and, especially… What not to do!
• Plus a few advanced tips and tricks that will leave your lovers coming back for more.
Apparently, (a) nobody would know how to have lesbian sex if they didn’t pay Allison Moon to teach them, and (b) an Oberlin College education doesn’t include learning how to spell the word “broach.”
“Jiz Lee is like the genderqueer porn-star darling of the Bay Area and of feminist porn in general.”
— Allison Moon, Dec. 2, 2014
Talking about her favorite genderqueer feminist porn star was part of Allison Moon’s presentation at the 2014 launch party for her memoir, Bad Dyke: Salacious Stories from a Queer Life, in which “she recounts her winding and often-confusing path toward discovering her sexual identity,” according to Publishers Weekly.
Allison Moon lives in Alameda County, where Hillary Clinton got 79% of the vote Nov. 8, and where being a Bad Dyke (or a genderqueer feminist porn star) is considered an achievement to which every girl should aspire. As a queer feminist, she is against heterosexuality and for lesbianism, against motherhood and for abortion, against Christianity and for atheism, against Republicans and for Democrats.
“Built into radical thought is a distrust of the ruling class. . . .
“LGBTQ rights is the belief that all people deserve equal rights regardless of gender expression or sexuality. LGBTQ rights are good for everyone, not just queers.”
— Allison Moon, 2012
SWJs Always Lie, as Vox Day says, and Allison Moon’s claim to believe that “all people deserve equal rights” is as false as her claim to distrust “the ruling class.” In fact, she is a fanatical supporter of “the ruling class,” i.e., powerful Democrats like Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, and the liberal elite in academia, entertainment and journalism. And far from believing in “equal rights,” Allison Moon doesn’t believe anyone who disagrees with her should have any rights at all. If you are a Christian parent, for example, trying to raise your children in accordance with your beliefs, Allison Moon wants public schools to force your children to undergo “comprehensive” sex education. Allison Moon wants to use your tax money to support Planned Parenthood, America’s largest abortion provider, which in 2014 received $528 million in government funding, and which spends millions of dollars for political campaigns to elect Democrats. So if you are a Catholic who opposes abortion, or a Republican, Allison Moon is against your right to spend your own money as you see fit, and instead wants to use the power of government to force you to pay for her anti-Christian pro-abortion queer feminist agenda.
“As feminists, a huge part to becoming liberated from the patriarchy is to begin to parse out all the subtle ways the patriarchy controls the way we think. . . . The shackles that bind us are invisible and we can only see them for what they are by stepping into the radical.”
— Allison Moon, June 7, 2010
All women are victims because “the patriarchy controls the way we think,” Allison Moon explains. Men are the oppressive enemy and women can only be liberated by escaping the invisible “shackles” of patriarchal thought-control and becoming queer feminists like Allison Moon.
Women who couldn’t afford to attend an elite private school where annual tuition is $52,002 may not understand how patriarchy controls how you think, which is why you need Allison Moon (Oberlin College, Class of 2003) to teach your daughter how to become “liberated.”
Yes, Allison Moon is the author of Girl Sex 101, ranked #1 in Gay & Lesbian Sexuality at Amazon.com.
“Girl-on-girl sex abandons a particularly bitter ingredient: the fragile male ego. This is great news for your sexplorations.”
— Allison Moon, from Girl Sex 101
You see? What’s wrong with sex can be summarized in one word: Men.
Men are a “bitter ingredient” because of “the fragile male ego.” Queer feminists don’t have egos, apparently, which is why your daughter needs to listen to Allison Moon’s rhapsodic praise of “girl-on-girl sex.” She’s offering workshops to give your daughter dildo lessons, and if you don’t think it’s a good idea to let your daughter get sex education from tattooed queer feminists, obviously you need to be “liberated” from the “shackles” by which “the patriarchy controls the way we think.”
As for me and my “fragile male ego,” I am merely quoting Allison Moon, because I’ve got a hunch a majority of American parents would be horrified by the prospect of their daughters attending Oberlin College and getting the kind of “education” it takes to become a queer feminist.
— The Patriarch Tree (@PatriarchTree) December 28, 2016
Did I mention she thought Hillary Clinton should be President?