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Crazy #ShoutYourStatus Tweets Reveal What Feminists Want to Teach Your Kids

Posted on | April 9, 2016 | 52 Comments


Emily DePasse (@eld3393 on Twitter) calls herself “The Carrie Bradshaw of Herpes” — a reference to the protagonist of Sex and the City — and she’s teaching her beliefs to children at a private school in Baltimore.

DePasse is a feminist who joined the #ShoutYourStatus campaign for Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Awareness Month, declaring that her herpes infection had not prevented her from having a “fulfilling sex life.” DePasse went so far as to assert that being infected with herpes “actually made my sex life healthier & more satisfying than before.”

Such claims — in effect, “Herpes is good for you!” — might seem startling, but not as startling as the fact that DePasse has been teaching her feminist beliefs to seventh-graders at Baltimore Friends School, an elite private academy where tuition is more than $25,000 a year.

DePasse designed her own sex education curriculum, after she said the opportunity to teach the class “fell into my lap.” Monday, she described how one of the seventh-grade boys in her class, “On his way out the classroom . . . said to me, ‘See you tomorrow Sex Lady.'”

DePasse said she “kicked off” her celebration of STI Awareness Month by talking about her “herpes story” with her students. Thursday, she reflected: “Teaching sex ed this week has taught me that it really, really, REALLY needs to happen over the course of childhood.”

Who is this “Sex Lady” who talks to 12-year-old boys about her herpes infection? DePasse graduated last year from Maryland’s Salisbury University, where she majored in Gender and Sexuality Studies, doing her senior project on “The Secret Sexual Revolution at Salisbury University in the 1960s and 1970s.” Not long after graduating, in July 2015, DePasse was diagnosed with genital herpes, she explained in December:

Twelve weeks after my initial diagnosis, I received the results of my latest blood test: “This test confirms patient has genital herpes, HSV2 +.” I never realized how much it affected my self-esteem until I saw the paper reflecting proof that I carried the virus, officially. That weekend, I drank myself into oblivion. My hangover consisted of spending an entire day in my bed, sleeping, crying, and staring at that f–king piece of paper. Herpes won. I was defeated. I now consider those days as some of the darkest in my life. No one tells you what to do post-diagnosis. For months, I fell asleep reading herpes forums, hoping to educate myself more about the virus that now claimed my body as its home.

DePasse said she was inspired when she “stumbled upon Ella Dawson,” who made headlines in 2015 by declaring that, although she “never had unprotected sex,” she experienced a “tidal wave of shame” when she was diagnosed with herpes. (Condoms don’t prevent herpes or HPV.) Dawson got her degree in Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from elite Wesleyan University (annual tuition $48,974) in 2014. Reading about Dawson’s 2015 “herpes disclosure gave me hope that one day, I too would be okay,” DePasse wrote on her blog in December, where she asserted:

It is our terminology and misunderstanding of the virus that leads us to stigmatize the STD and those who carry it. . . .
Friends and family members have seen me struggle navigating life post-graduation and post-diagnosis, and it has been a complete disaster — I have been a complete disaster. There are times when I have been an irresponsible, immature, and sh–ty person over the last six months. I cannot change my actions, or how I handled my herpes diagnosis, but I believe that in sharing my story, I have the potential to change others in similar situations as myself.

In February, DePasse wrote a controversial article at the progressive website Thought Catalog entitled “To The Girls He HASN’T Given Herpes To Yet: This Is For You,” in which she described contact with women she had seen interacting with her ex-boyfriend on social-media sites:

So to the woman who thinks she’s won him over, the woman who thinks she has him hooked, I hope you think again. I hope you put yourself first in this. I know you’re asking questions, I know you’re thinking deeper than what you see. I know your friends are, too (They friend-requested me on Facebook, after all). I know how you feel towards me. I know, he likes your pictures — the selfies, the friends, the seemingly innocent moments — but that’s his game. You think to yourself, “This time must be different. It’s me.” Well my dear, you and every other girl he’s focused on for six months or less. I know we only know one another through twenty-something, social media stalking, but I will be there for you if things ever do go awry.

DePasse complained she had “been painted as a bitter and crazy spirit, an angry feminist” by some critics of that article. Perhaps more troubling is that, like so many others in the feminist movement, DePasse appears to be committed to teaching anti-moral attitudes to children.

The so-called “safe sex” agenda of promoting condom usage, which began as a response to the AIDS epidemic among gay men in the 1980, was embraced by Third Wave feminists in the 1990s. However, the fact that condoms are not effective in preventing the spread of diseases like HPV and herpes was commonly ignored by “safe sex” activists. Furthermore, campaigns aimed at reducing teenage pregnancy rates led some sex educators to encourage young people to engage in oral sex and anal sex, including homosexual activity. While such practices obviously do not cause pregnancy, they can and do spread sexual diseases, and public health officials in recent years have expressed concern about the prevalence of these diseases, particularly among young women and minorities. A 2010 report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that the herpes rate “was nearly twice as high among women (21%) as men (11%), and more than three times higher among African-Americans (39%) than whites (12%). The infection rate among African-American women was 48%.” For obvious reasons, promiscuity increases the risk of infection, and the CDC found that about 27% of those who reported 10 or more partners are infected with herpes.

DePasse has written at length about her sexual behavior on her “ELD Soul” blog. She attended Our Lady of Good Counsel High School, where tuition is $19,550 a year. Despite attending a Catholic prep school, DePasse explained how “when I first made the decision to have sex” during her sophomore year, “I wrote my mom a letter explaining that I needed to get on birth control.” The next year, she developed an eating disorder, DePasse explained, becoming “skin and bones” at 5-foot-7 and only 99 pounds. “The more emaciated I became, the more powerful I felt,” she wrote, adding that she was subsequently diagnosed with “general anxiety disorder” as a high-school senior:

I began taking Zoloft to assist with my anxiety, especially since I would be headed off to college in the fall. I chose Salisbury University, where my then-boyfriend was attending. Yes, I was that girl, the one who followed her boyfriend to college. We broke up within two months of me being there, and I did not dive into another relationship until my junior year. . . .
Although each of these relationships lasted over a year, I wish I had ended both of them sooner. I always choose to see people for their potential, rather than who they are in the present moment. I often give people more chances than they deserve, especially when it comes to relationships. I have had boyfriends go through my text messages, and even my diary. I have been labeled as a slut and whore in these situations. Although I knew it wasn’t okay then, I still tolerated it. I let it go, and I shouldn’t have. It is evident to me now that I was a victim of emotional/verbal abuse. I sacrificed my identity and my self-worth . . .

Elsewhere on her blog, DePasse has written, “At this point in my life, I do not foresee myself having children, nor do I really want them,” and describes herself as “self-admittedly too selfish to have children.” Feminism has long been hostile toward marriage and motherhood.


“Women are an oppressed class. . . . We are exploited as sex objects, breeders, domestic servants, and cheap labor.”
Redstockings, 1969

“Certainly all those institutions which were designed on the assumption and for the reinforcement of the male and female role system such as the family (and its sub-institution, marriage), sex, and love must be destroyed.”
The Feminists, 1969

“The enslavement of women in marriage is all the more cruel and inhumane by virtue of the fact that it appears to exist with the consent of the enslaved group.”
Sheila Cronan, 1970

“Pregnancy is barbaric.”
Shulamith Firestone, 1970

“The first condition for escaping from forced motherhood and sexual slavery is escape from the patriarchal institution of marriage.”
Alison M. Jaggar, 1988

“Heterosexuality is the structure that keeps sexist oppression in place in the private realm; where sexism in general operates to also oppress in the public sphere. In other words heterosexuality reinforces the hierarchy established by sexism to keep women dominated in ‘sexual interaction, romantic love, marriage, and the family.'”
“Heterosexuality: The Role it Plays in Feminism and Lesbianism,” 2007

“The term motherhood refers to the patriarchal institution . . . that is male-defined and controlled and is deeply oppressive to women.”
Andrea O’Reilly, 2008

“Why do women keep getting married? . . . It’s conceivable somebody could be happy despite being married, but never because they were married. . . .
“Sex and love is the dynamic that keeps women’s oppression going . . .
“Motherhood is a heavily permeated sex role.”

Ti-Grace Atkinson, 2011

“I don’t particularly like babies. They are loud and smelly and, above all other things, demanding . . . time-sucking monsters with their constant neediness. . . . Nothing will make me want a baby. . . . This is why, if my birth control fails, I am totally having an abortion.”
Amanda Marcotte, 2014


Feminism’s anti-family, anti-marriage, pro-abortion message has been strongly condemned by religious authorities, most recently in a message (Amoris Laetitia, “The Joy of Love”) by Pope Francis. Declaring that “the father and mother, a couple with their personal story of love . . . embody the primordial divine plan,” the Pope denounced abortion: “So great is the value of a human life, and so inalienable the right to life of an innocent child growing in the mother’s womb, that no alleged right to one’s own body can justify a decision to terminate that life.”

Catholic teachings appear to have had no influence on Emily DePasse since her graduation from Our Lady of Good Counsel High School in 2011. She originally planned to become a teacher, DePasse wrote on her blog, but changed her major as a freshman at Salisbury University after she “found several feminist-focused courses” in the catalog:

At this point in time, I did not even consider myself a feminist, but the topics piqued my interest, so I looked further. Somehow searching through the nooks and crannies of the Salisbury website, I found Gender and Sexuality Studies. The day that I changed my major was the day I started working toward my purpose.

DePasse’s classes included “LGBTQ History,” “Philosophy & Feminism,” “Human Sexuality Education,” “Sociology of Gender,” and “Psychology of Sexuality,” and she did a research project entitled “Here She Comes: The Mechanics of Female Sexuality and Impact on Body Image.”

DePasse apparently got her assignment to teach sex to seventh-graders at Baltimore Friends School through an internship with “If I Knew,” which describes itself on Facebook as a “prevention education project of Jewish Community Services” in Baltimore. DePasse’s promotion of the claim that herpes “made my sex life healthier & more satisfying than before” was apparently inspired by the #ShoutYourStatus campaign:

Writer and social media maven Ella Dawson, along with social work student Kayla Axelrod, freelance writer Britni de la Cretaz, and writer/activist Lachrista Greco started the hashtag #ShoutYourStatus to destigmatize STIs. Their goal is to promote a more open conversation about living with STIs. . . .
“The truth of the matter is, many people are living, and living happily, as STI+ people,” de la Cretaz told Revelist. “Being able to be publicly open about my status as someone with genital herpes is a privilege and I want to use that privilege to help other people feel less alone.”

Britni de la Cretaz is a recovering alcoholic who has described substance abuse as a way women “cope with the weight of living in a white supremacist cisheteropatriarchy.” De la Cretaz has argued that sexually transmitted diseases “should be destigmatized” because people infected with these diseases suffer “discrimination . . . fueled by harmful stereotypes . . . rooted in misinformation and scare tactics.” De la Cretaz says the “myth” that women with sexually transmitted diseases are promiscuous involves “sex-shaming and a whole lot of misogyny”:

Because it literally shouldn’t matter if someone got herpes and had sex with one person or 100 people. When I say we need to break the stigma, I mean for everyone that has it, and not just because some people get it from their first partner.
These narratives exist in the same sphere as our ideas about survivors of sexual violence. We’ve created these non-existent “perfect victims” to determine whose assault is valid and who deserved it based on behavior they were or were not engaging in. . . .
Genital herpes is nothing to be ashamed of whether someone contracted it from their first partner or after a rape or from sex work or from their 200th partner.

The #ShoutYourStatus campaign generated Tweets like these:


Conservative columnist Matt Barber wrote that the attitudes of the #ShoutYourStatus feminists reminded him of a Bible verse: “Their end is destruction, their god is their belly, and they glory in their shame, with minds set on earthly things” (Philippians 3:10). However, with more than 90,000 students enrolled annually in Women’s Studies and Gender Studies programs at more than 700 U.S. colleges and universities, this feminist agenda is increasingly influential in American society, and is already being promoted to 7th-graders.



52 Responses to “Crazy #ShoutYourStatus Tweets Reveal What Feminists Want to Teach Your Kids”

  1. Crazy #ShoutYourStatus Tweets Reveal What Feminists Want to Teach Your Kids | Living in Anglo-America
    April 9th, 2016 @ 7:39 pm

    […] Crazy #ShoutYourStatus Tweets Reveal What Feminists Want to Teach Your Kids […]

  2. RS
    April 9th, 2016 @ 7:40 pm

    The end result of this campaign to “destigmatize” STIs will inevitably lead to the infected hiding their disease. After all, if they feel great about themselves and believe that those who think otherwise are wrong, then what better way to drag the troglodytes into the 21st Century than to forcibly “convert” them? That’s what malignant narcissists do. They force everyone else to celebrate their malignancies.

    Too bad for them, it’s still a felony in all states to have unprotected sex with someone when you have an STI and don’t disclose it.

  3. RS
    April 9th, 2016 @ 7:58 pm

    Reflecting further on this “Shout Your Status” campaign, which appears predicated upon STI infected people desiring to eliminate stigma and shame, I have the following question: In what world do you live where random people inquire about your sexually transmitted disease C.V.? How are you subjected to stigma and shame unless others know your status? How do they find out unless you tell them? Why is it the general public’s business?

    In truth, the stigma and shame is internal, and with all guilt complexes, these people can either blame someone/something else, or try to co-opt the rest of us into saying “Yay, STIs!!!!!”

    Here’s a newsflash: Shame, stigma and guilt will never disappear as a result of a hashtag. Sadly, I don’t thing the participants in this campaign want to know the real way to feeling that sort of true, gracious mercy.

  4. Finrod Felagund
    April 9th, 2016 @ 7:59 pm

    “If you can’t be a good example, then you’ll just have to be a horrible warning.” ? Catherine Aird

  5. Daniel Freeman
    April 9th, 2016 @ 8:41 pm

    I hope they follow this up with a hashtag for whether they’ve had an abortion. So I know who to avoid.

  6. Fail Burton
    April 9th, 2016 @ 9:01 pm

    Bram Stoker is my hero cuz he banged women right and left. I hope to die of Tertiary Syphilis just like him. Plus he wrote some nifty book about a guy who infected women with rabies while they were sleeping.

    Dear Emily should be thrown in jail as should the administrators of that school.

    I love her Twitter header: “I am a woman above everything else.” If I said I was a man above everything else, I’d be lit up as a supremacist sexist misogynist. Guess what? I’m lit up anyway. That stunning and obvious hypocrisy explains everything you need to know about these people: besides being self-centered narcissists, they are bluntly stupid and unfair. Unlike this cult of slut-brag, I am human above everything else.

    The best thing of all is that from here on in, this nut is going to get exactly the man she deserves, because no normal well-adjusted man would touch her with a ten foot pole.

    And the last point is this: a woman out of a gender studies program reflects that ideology’s 50 year penchant for sexualizing children and institutionalizing them as sexually aware humans at an early age. I doubt she’s aware of that, but that’s where the word “mainstreaming” comes in and the idea of plausible explanations for perversion and hatred. One shouldn’t be surprised an ideology reflects its mentally ill and sexually deviant founder’s desire to have sex with kids and groom society to the point where it becomes a pedophile’s dream, a “feminist utopia.”

  7. Fail Burton
    April 9th, 2016 @ 9:13 pm

    It’s the same pattern you see over and over again with this cult. They claim certain identities are dangerously oppressed and shunned. The problem there is almost no one knows you’re gay, have a disease or are 1/10 black unless you tell them. Then they claim they are dangerously oppressed and shunned. An alternative would be to just shut up.

  8. Fail Burton
    April 9th, 2016 @ 9:14 pm

    So when’s Emily putting kids in the AIDs Pride-Day Parade? Maybe at Superbowl Halftime. Might be a great movie-tie in promo with The Mummy.

  9. Joe Joe
    April 9th, 2016 @ 9:16 pm

    Perhaps Baltimore Friends School should be notified.

  10. Steve Skubinna
    April 9th, 2016 @ 9:19 pm

    In victimhood there is strength.

  11. Steve Skubinna
    April 9th, 2016 @ 9:20 pm

    Bet they already know. It was probably a major factor in their hiring decision.

  12. Steve Skubinna
    April 9th, 2016 @ 9:22 pm

    No, to really eliminate them one must be a sociopath.

  13. Fail Burton
    April 9th, 2016 @ 9:50 pm

    Don’t hire anyone on Zoloft.

  14. Durasim
    April 9th, 2016 @ 10:12 pm

    “Too bad for them, it’s still a felony in all states to have unprotected sex with someone when you have an STI and don’t disclose it.”

    Yeah, and they have long be at work trying to undo those laws, because such laws “stigmatize” and “discriminate” against their blessed underclasses.

  15. Joe Joe
    April 9th, 2016 @ 10:39 pm

    Then they deserve what they get. However, it might be worth it to find out for sure.

  16. kerrari1898
    April 10th, 2016 @ 3:18 am

    “I’m a fat, disease riddled skank. Yay!”

    Either these folks have set themselves the least ambitious life goals in all of human history, or their joyous affirmations of their overweight whoredom are ringing a little hollow.

  17. RKae
    April 10th, 2016 @ 3:25 am

    Hey, slutty loser:

    If you think we’re supposed to accept your counter-intuitive notion that herpes makes your sex life better, then how ’bout you try to accept my notion that Ward & June Cleaver had it right, and smug flower children ruined a once-great country!!!

  18. robertstacymccain
    April 10th, 2016 @ 4:01 am

    “In what world do you live where random people inquire about your sexually transmitted disease C.V.? How are you subjected to stigma and shame unless others know your status? How do they find out unless you tell them? Why is it the general public’s business?”

    These are obvious questions, and I’m sure if you asked the Ella Dawsons and Emily DePasses of the world, they would have some self-justifying rationalization for their desire to end “stigma” and “shame,” but the bottom line is, they are victims of heteropatriarchal oppression, and therefore not subject to any rules at all.

  19. robertstacymccain
    April 10th, 2016 @ 4:03 am

    “An alternative would be to just shut up.”

    To them, a fate worse than death.

  20. Fail Burton
    April 10th, 2016 @ 4:49 am

    Former Nintendo feminist Alison Rapp gets $250 an hour ya frickin’ piker. Your room mate needs to dress up like a little girl and go bi-sexual to double her income. Anyway, hurrah for global sluttery. Good luck.

  21. Squid Hunt ?Patriarch
    April 10th, 2016 @ 6:26 am

    So rather than say, This is where I messed up and what I did wrong, you’re going to go out and teach others the same and encourage them to spread their STDs? There’s something seriously wrong with these people.

  22. Squid Hunt ?Patriarch
    April 10th, 2016 @ 6:29 am

    Atleast Emily is in a private school. Parents pay her to teach their children voluntarily. Public school students have no such choice and are captive to the same caliber of pervert.

  23. RS
    April 10th, 2016 @ 6:43 am

    Back in the ’90s, there was a movement among HIV-positive blood donors to refuse to disclose their status, because “discrimination.” The self-justifying comments of the proponents who wished to expose the unknowing to a deadly disease are just stunning in their narcissism. The ranged from the bizarrely “altruistic,” i.e. “I just want to help people and shouldn’t be precluded from that worthy goal” to the blatantly mercenary, i.e. “if more people get AIDS, the government will step in and find a cure.” For all the incessant harping about “consent,” these people are strangely ambivalent if not actively hostile to obtaining consent when their own sexual pleasure is at stake.

  24. Mm
    April 10th, 2016 @ 7:23 am

    A curious sidenote: they used to be called “venereal diseases,” and it was decided that was not PC, so it became, “STDs,” short for sexually transmitted diseases. I guess the word “disease” is now too inflammatory, so we have “infection.”

  25. CaptDMO
    April 10th, 2016 @ 8:39 am

    So I’m guessing she had NO IDEA where it could have come from, and therefore has no standing to sue a well healed “assailant” in civil court?
    Popular among victims of anonymous free love in the 80’s-90’s, once “word got out”. Especially in California’s courts with “unusual” interpretations of um…definitions of words, intent, and “fault”, surrounding “domestic” issues.

  26. Jason Lee
    April 10th, 2016 @ 8:42 am

    Ashley Manta changed her picture. I suppose slut pride has its limits. #MumbleYourStatus

  27. theBuckWheat
    April 10th, 2016 @ 8:56 am

    A sad and pitiful face to put on a permanent disability. Even worse to hold yourself out as a public example of false pride in carrying a contagious disease and being willing to continue to engage in the very activity by which that disease is transmitted to others.

  28. theBuckWheat
    April 10th, 2016 @ 8:58 am

    Shout your status: monogamous, disease free, and enjoying the benefits of keeping it that way.

  29. theBuckWheat
    April 10th, 2016 @ 9:00 am

    No hint on how the disease was acquired. Maybe a new use for the stork.

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  31. marcus tullius cicero
    April 10th, 2016 @ 9:41 am

    …Why stop at Herpes?…Gonorrhea and Syphilis are also great for having sex, said no one sane!

  32. Zhytamyr
    April 10th, 2016 @ 10:16 am

    Proudly shouting their physical and spiritual corruption. The left is vile.

  33. Matthew W
    April 10th, 2016 @ 11:56 am

    Great Onion story !!
    This is for real????

  34. Fail Burton
    April 10th, 2016 @ 1:07 pm

    Please don’t syph-shame noble feminists.

  35. M. Thompson
    April 10th, 2016 @ 1:25 pm

    No, they deserve it.

  36. Fail Burton
    April 10th, 2016 @ 1:32 pm

    Didn’t the East India Company have Syph Parades in the 19th century?

    “Be proud boys, and drink your mercury rations, and then get right back in there.” – the Duke of Wellington

  37. kilo6
    April 10th, 2016 @ 2:02 pm

    Looks like the BBC called this one accurately in 2014:

  38. DeadMessenger
    April 10th, 2016 @ 2:47 pm

    “Why is it the general public’s business”

    I say this about homosexuals, too. I simply do not want to know anything about anyone else’s sex life, whether gay or straight, diseased or not. I wish people would keep personal information personal.

    When I was a child, my mother advised me to keep my mouth shut, because “you don’t have to tell people everything you know.”

    These youths would be well-advised to keep that in mind. The internet is forever.

  39. TheOtherAndrewB
    April 10th, 2016 @ 3:03 pm

    What other maladies, caught through unfortunate lifestyle choices, can we laud? Where is the crotch-rot hashtag, or the outpouring of support for sufferers of scabies? Hey, I have fatty liver deposits from too much cheap bourbon, make me a hero!

  40. Fail Burton
    April 10th, 2016 @ 6:14 pm

    “See ya tomorrow, Herpes Hag.”

  41. Robert What?
    April 10th, 2016 @ 6:48 pm

    That’s right… Shout your status and be proud! Here’s a few more. #ImAChildMolester. Or maybe #DefecateInPublic. How about #DaddyIssues. Any “proud” takers?

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  46. JT Wallace
    April 12th, 2016 @ 12:42 pm

    Now there’s something to be proud of…and they just cannot understand where all the good men have gone.

  47. Russell's Teapot
    April 12th, 2016 @ 3:46 pm

    These sluts are hilarious.

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