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Emily Depasse (@eld3393) Affirms Her Pride in Being Infected With Herpes

Posted on | April 19, 2016 | 87 Comments

“I am able to embrace my herpes positive status. . . .
“I have no shame in who I am. . . .
“I have sex, great sex. I write about sex. I talk openly about sex.”

Emily Depasse, April 18, 2016

Readers will remember Emily Depasse as the feminist who bragged about teaching sex to 12-year-olds in Baltimore during the #ShoutYourStatus campaign to “destigmatize” sexually transmitted diseases.

Beyond the insanity of celebrating herpes — which “actually made my sex life healthier & more satisfying than before,” Ms. Depasse boasted — her participation in this online publicity campaign called attention to how schools are promoting the feminist agenda to children whose parents likely have no idea what is being taught in classrooms. Would you want Emily Depasse talking to your seventh-grader? Speaking as the father of six children (the oldest of whom is a teacher, and the youngest now a seventh-grader), I am certain that I would not want a mentally ill pervert like Emily Depasse anywhere near my children. Why would a private academy hire such a person as the “Sex Lady” to instruct children? And if the children of the wealthy elite are being indoctrinated by radical feminists at a prestigious school where tuition is more than $25,000 a year, isn’t it likely such beliefs will become increasingly influential?

Concern for the well-being of young people, a desire to protect them against harmful influences, is every parent’s natural instinct. However, feminists are hostile to parenthood. Emily DePasse has written on her blog, “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.” Consumed by this attitude of narcissistic arrogance, feminists are unable to comprehend why parents oppose the shameless immorality that has defined feminism’s agenda for decades.

Dana Mack’s 1997 book The Assault on Parenthood: How Our Culture Undermines the Family detailed how this hostility toward parents had become commonplace in the public education establishment and other institutions. Government schools not only indoctrinate children in atheism, but they also deliberately subvert parental authority and promote radical ideas about “gender” and “sexuality” to children.

This belief system has become so pervasive within the educational establishment that now we see it being embraced by allegedly Christian schools, including Augsburg College, a former Lutheran seminary, and at Catholic institutions like the University of Notre Dame.


It seems that many who call themselves “Christian” educators have forgotten how Professor Mary Daly celebrated the feminist movement “not only as Antichrist but also as Antichurch,” as a “rising woman-consciousness” to destroy the “Christocentric cosmos.” More than four decades later, we see the consequences of abandoning the Bible, as feminist gender theory — the social construction of the gender binary within the heterosexual matrix — becomes the basis of understanding human sexuality. Forsaking their moral duty by embracing this satanic agenda, many allegedly Christian educators now teach the same evil ideas that are destroying the souls of children in public schools.

Emily Depasse’s parents sent her to Our Lady of Good Counsel High School, a prestigious Catholic prep school where tuition is $19,550 a year. Despite this, DePasse explained on her blog 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.”

Am I the only one who hears an alarm bell ringing here?


What kind of “Catholic” education are parents paying $19,550 a year for Our Lady of Good Counsel High School to provide, if sophomore girls at this school behave so directly opposite to Catholic doctrine? If you are a parent and your 15-year-old daughter informs you she has “made the decision to have sex,” wouldn’t you go to the courthouse and take out a restraining order to keep your daughter’s boyfriend away from her? Let us stipulate that teenagers are prone to sexual misadventures, no matter how adults attempt to prevent it. However, do we expect the mothers of Catholic schoolgirls to endorse this activity and to enable such behavior by providing their minor daughters with contraceptives? Are we now so far down the slippery slope into decadence and depravity that parents must become accomplices to the corruption of their own children?

Where I come from, the boy in such a situation would consider himself fortunate if the police got hold of him before her father did. There are probably still many fathers in America who wouldn’t mind doing a year or two in jail for aggravated assault after whupping the daylights out of any boy they caught messing around with their daughters. Parental authority in such matters was once recognized as socially beneficial, and if teenagers still ran wild, no grown-up was required to tolerate their shenanigans.

There used to be something called romance in this world, and making teenage boys fear the wrath of a girl’s parents was part of it. Really, wasn’t this the great drama of Romeo and Juliet? What was all that swordplay between the Capulets and Montagues about? Family honor, which is also the theme of The Godfather. Remember how Sonny pounded on Carlo for his abusive treatment of Connie? And remember how, after Carlo betrayed Sonny to the Barzinis, Michael confronted Carlo?


“Barzini is dead. So is Phillip Tattaglia. Moe Greene. Stracci. Cuneo. Today I settled all family business, so don’t tell me that you’re innocent.”

Old-fashioned ideas about family honor once informed our culture, because it was understood that love should lead to marriage, and that “sexuality” should be about man and wife uniting in love, forming families with children of their own. This is simply human nature, but radical feminism is a War Against Human Nature. Feminists despise marriage, feminists hate babies, feminists seek to destroy the family and, in the course of this destructive pursuit, feminists destroy the basis of love.

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

“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

Those feminist quotes, among others, were included in my description of how Emily Depasses’s pro-herpes agenda has become “What Feminists Want to Teach Your Kids.” Readers who have followed the Sex Trouble series know how many quotes like that I can stack up. Pete Da Tech Guy rightly invokes a famous quote from the movie Patton: “Rommel, you magnificent bastard, I read your book!” After more than two years of research, I am thoroughly familiar with their ideology and rhetoric. Feminism Is a Totalitarian Movement to Destroy Civilization as We Know It, and it is important to expose the deceptive propaganda methods of their movement. Do not doubt that Emily Depasse knows what feminist theory actually is. She majored in Gender and Sexuality Studies at Maryland’s Salisbury State University, where her classes included “LGBTQ History,” “Philosophy & Feminism,” “Human Sexuality Education,” “Sociology of Gender,” and “Psychology of Sexuality.”

Emily Depasse therefore cannot pretend that her promotion of deviant behavior and her celebration of herpes are unrelated to the feminist agenda of destroying Judeo-Christian morality and the marriage-based family. She knows exactly what she is doing, and why she is doing it.


So how do you suppose Emily Depasse reacted to my examination of her career as the self-proclaimed “Carrie Bradshaw of herpes”? Of course, she claimed to be the victim of “harassment” by “right-wing trolls,” but she did not name me, she did not link me and she did not acknowledge any substantial point of my argument. Nowhere in her self-pitying account of her “harassment” does Emily Depasse acknowledge how her feminist ideology — and her expression of that ideology through her own degenerate behavior — resulted in her becoming infected with an incurable virus. She disavows personal responsibility:

“I never asked for herpes. I never consented to it. It originated from someone I knew well, someone whom I trusted.”

Exactly how did that herpes get into her genitals? The “Sex Lady” acts as if this is profoundly mysterious. There was someone she “knew well” and “trusted,” and this infection in her vagina just “originated,” you see. It was an unfortunate circumstance in which she played no active role.

Feminists talk a lot about “empowerment,” but on closer examination this word seems to be a claim to absolute irresponsibility. The feminist is “empowered” to do or say anything she wants and absolve herself of responsibility for the consequences by blaming the patriarchy. It was the patriarchy that put the herpes virus in Emily Depasse’s genitals, it is the patriarchy which explains why herpes is “stigmatized,” and when people mock feminists for declaring how awesome it is to be infected with herpes, that’s the patriarchy, too. To understand how this works, consider Ella Dawson, the leader of pro-herpes feminism.

“I was the editor of my campus sex magazine. I had some one-night stands. I explored my sexuality and what I wanted, and I met a guy at a party and he was amazing. He was super-charismatic and sexy and funny and brilliant and I fell really hard for him. We started seeing each other and then, three weeks later, I woke up with an outbreak of genital herpes.”
Ella Dawson, September 2015

See? It’s not her fault. She just “explored her sexuality” and then this guy was “super-charismatic” and — oops! — herpes happened.

In December 2015, Ms. Dawson described how she had been “harassed” by Billy Procida, a member of “the sex-positive community” she dated once. Procida is host of The Manwhore Podcast: A Sex-Positive Quest for Love where he chats with women he’s hooked up with about sex, dating, sexuality and gender,” and if he ever got near my daughter, he’d be in the hospital or the graveyard. The men in “the sex-positive community” are all despicable and/or dangerous (e.g., Hugo Schwyzer, the Psychotic Professor) and if Billy Procida is typical of the men feminists hang around with, you understand why feminists hate men. Ella Dawson explains:

Want to see a man’s true character? Tell him to shut the f–k up. . . .
Men very rarely see their behavior as harassment, they think they’re just talking. Being told to stop talking feels unnatural and unfair—it’s not like they were being mean. It was a compliment, or they had an opinion to contribute, or they wanted to make a friend. If that makes her uncomfortable, that’s her problem. She’s too sensitive. . . . I don’t understand why she’s telling me to stop talking to her, she’s making such a big deal out of nothing. She’s playing the victim card. I would never harass someone, I believe in gender equality! . . .
I’m tired of explaining to men who reply to every single tweet I make why their uninvited and sustained attention makes me uncomfortable. I’m tired of giving “nice guys” who won’t take a breakup for an answer the benefit of the doubt. I’m tired of victims who speak up being told that they are selfish, or immature, or holding a grudge. I’m tired of it being impossible for women to be heard over the dull roar of men who won’t stop talking. I’m tired of nothing ever changing.

You see? It’s OK for Ella Dawson to talk, talk, talk constantly about sex, sex, sex, but these men in “the sex-positive community” seem to have the crazy idea that feminists want to hear men talk about sex.

No, Mr. Procida, you’re wrong. Feminists don’t want to hear men talk about sex. Feminists never want to hear a man talk about anything (unless he is “super-charismatic and sexy and funny and brilliant,” of course). When feminists talk about “equality,” Mr. Procida, this doesn’t mean you have a right to talk to them, or even look at them. You’re objectifying her with the “male gaze,” the feminist believes, if you admire her without her permission, and if you don’t understand how these strange rules are about “equality,” it’s because you are a man. “Equality” means that feminists can just make up any damn rules they want, and change the rules to suit their passing moods, and they don’t owe you any explanation at all. You are a man, and the role of men in feminism is to “shut the f–k up.”

One almost pities Billy Procida and the other young men like him who think they can negotiate with totalitarians. Neville Chamberlain surrendered Sudetenland to Hitler and called it “peace for our time,” whereas young men surrender to feminists and call this “equality.”

This is why I say I can almost pity Billy Procida and his ilk. If feminists are responsible for their own herpes infections, then men are responsible for their failure to understand what feminism really is. “Feminism is a movement of crazy women, by crazy women, for crazy women.”

Feminists want men to shut up and go away, except when they want men to infect them with herpes. If a woman tells you she’s a feminist, guys, it’s probably safe to assume she already has herpes. Whether or not she is infected with herpes, however, all feminists are infected with crazy, and that kind of craziness is known to be highly contagious and incurable. Emily Depasse and Ella Dawson are a menace to society, spreading an epidemic of feminist insanity that is destroying our nation.




87 Responses to “Emily Depasse (@eld3393) Affirms Her Pride in Being Infected With Herpes”

  1. Daniel Freeman
    April 20th, 2016 @ 1:54 am

    I think I’m starting to understand how “pozzed” (slang for HIV+) came to be alt-right slang for having a head full of progressive nonsense — beyond blue-pill, not just asleep but ridiculous.

    Now, this is just conjecture. It’s genesis was probably something simple, such as considering progressivism as communicable faggotry. But still.

    In order to belong to this gnostic cult of equality, you have to be against traditional institutions such as marriage and the intact family, so you have to be promiscuity+, so you have to be STI+.

    Because the only way to 100% prevent the spread of STIs is with faithful lifetime monogamy. You might not be interested in reality, but it’s interested in you, and now there’s incurable gonorrhea.

    Their cult already possessed many fantastical notions, such as that a man in a dress is a woman; but now, to maintain the integrity of its mysticism, they have to update the catechism of their dogma, and add that STIs are awesome.


  2. Daniel Freeman
    April 20th, 2016 @ 2:01 am

    I assume she would say some nonsense about how sex is better with lots of boring talking, which would just be a red flag that she’s on a path to lesbianism.

  3. DeadMessenger
    April 20th, 2016 @ 3:00 am

    Daniel, what does it mean to have a + after some of these words, like STI+?

  4. DeadMessenger
    April 20th, 2016 @ 3:05 am

    When you said “leaving the world a little better”, it took me back to my youth, when we frequently had big picnics with extended family (good weather and all). And when we finished, we would go around picking up trash that wasn’t ours in the park or on the beach, and we were taught to always leave a place better than when we got there.

    How many kids do you think are taught to do that these days? (Rhetorical, of course.)

  5. Robert What?
    April 20th, 2016 @ 3:33 am

    Any other diseases she’d like?

  6. robertstacymccain
    April 20th, 2016 @ 3:59 am

    Feminists cleverly exploit the remnants of chivalry. Most people tend to “go easy” on girls, and hesitate to criticize women in the way we customarily criticize men. Can anyone imagine a group of men launching a campaign to “destigmatize” their sexually transmitted diseases?

    It is the sense that women are victims, and should therefore be treated deferentially, which makes feminists believe they can get away with this, and makes me look like a bully for calling them out.

    One of the things I’ve noticed, by the way, is the presumption that only women can talk about feminism. People want to see someone like Christina Hoff Sommers or Ashe Schow taking on feminism, because this is a fight where only girls are allowed to compete. And this attitude is bullshit, because it tends toward cooperating in feminism’s campaign to silence men.

  7. Quartermaster
    April 20th, 2016 @ 5:24 am

    If you send him to the Artsy store with such a T-shirt, it would keep him entertained all day, but you might get accused of a crime against feminist humanity.

  8. Southern Air Pirate
    April 20th, 2016 @ 6:08 am

    The plus sign is Internet shorthand for positive. As in a positive number and a negative number on number line.

  9. jakee308
    April 20th, 2016 @ 6:25 am

    Any woman that tells me to shut up in such a way that it’s obvious she has no interest in anything I have to say can expect me to walk away and never bother her again.

    Maye that’s why all these misandrists find that only exploiters and losers will stick around after getting the full treatment.

    Real men take not as meaning no and will go elsewhere. Out of respect. Only those with either no respect for the women or no respect for themselves will stick around.

  10. Southern Air Pirate
    April 20th, 2016 @ 6:29 am

    So you have taken me into a new rant against most millenium kids. They don’t know nor recognize how far away we are from the fact that getting an STI like syphilis or gonerrea or chamlyida wasn’t go get a shot in the ass and told not to do dump things. Rather it was a death sentence, if you didn’t go mad from syphilis then some of these other diseases, to quote an uncle of mine who was a corpsman in WW2, turn your stuff black and fall off (or out). Heck even lice (both pubic and head) are becoming resistant to the poison used to kill them off.
    They think sciencitism will save them. At the same time they don’t want animal testing, nor GMOs, nor vaccines, nor all the stuff that has helped given us modern civilization. Heck, I remember the stigma that came when a guy or a girl came up with an STI like Herpes. That was even into the early 80s as a kid. Which only blossomed again as GRID/HIV/AIDS struck the world. The biggest lie the free love folks told was of the debilitating diseases that social networking help to spread.

  11. Fail Burton
    April 20th, 2016 @ 7:31 am

    I wonder how she’ll feel when her jaw drops off into her soup? It’s like that guy in The Fly. “Whee! Look at me. My private parts are falling off!”

  12. Fail Burton
    April 20th, 2016 @ 7:33 am

    There are no women like her where the going gets tough. Her idea of front line combat is to sell sexual deviancy to kids. I hope she tours the Middle East so I can read her memoirs from prison.

  13. NeoWayland
    April 20th, 2016 @ 7:37 am

    Remember a few years back when the news was contrasting the tea partiers with the #OccupyWallStreet group? The after photos showed the same thing. The tea party usually picked up after themselves and #OccupyWallStreet didn’t.

    If someone really wants to make the world better instead of compelling someone else, you can see what they do from the beginning.

  14. Fail Burton
    April 20th, 2016 @ 7:40 am

    Do you get free AIDs tests?

  15. Jeanette Victoria
    April 20th, 2016 @ 8:03 am

    Harsh but so very true!

  16. marcus tullius cicero
    April 20th, 2016 @ 9:14 am

    …A culture that celebrates STDs, is bound to crumble into the dust of History!

  17. dabhidh
    April 20th, 2016 @ 10:20 am

    This is all just therapy for herself. She “fell hard” for a guy who took her on a sexual adventure and never bothered to inform her that he has herpes. Then she gets it, and what can she do? She can’t get rid of it, and all the shrieking in the world won’t adequately pay back the malefactor, so she goes on a crusade to tell young kids that sex is great and STD’s are great and it’s all one big non-stop orgy of pleasure. It happened to her, and she’s wonderful, therefore it’s OK. It’s BETTER than OK. It’s GREAT.

    Of course, she knows that she’s in this mess because a man lied to her, a man to whom she gave her body. So the flip side is poisonous feminism that demands all men shut up unless they agree with her.

    And lastly, of course she doesn’t want kids. She wants to teach YOUR kids. She wants to teach YOUR kids that it’s OK to be as messed up as she is. Because once everybody is messed up, nobody is messed up.

  18. Robert What?
    April 20th, 2016 @ 11:10 am

    Well I’m not a doctor but I don’t think herpes makes things fall off 🙂

  19. Fail Burton
    April 20th, 2016 @ 12:07 pm

    It’s another beautiful day! La, la, la. I’m drinking mercury!!!

  20. Fail Burton
    April 20th, 2016 @ 12:09 pm

    If she’s celebrating STDs it’s only a matter of time before she encounters one stronger than her jaw.

  21. Joe Guelph
    April 20th, 2016 @ 2:14 pm

    So much, this.

  22. Finrod Felagund
    April 20th, 2016 @ 2:18 pm

    To quote Meat Loaf: “And I never see the sudden curve till it’s way too late”

  23. Daniel Freeman
    April 20th, 2016 @ 2:32 pm

    Right, like how Laci Green’s video series Sex+ can be read as “sex positive,” in the same way that “HIV positive” can be abbreviated HIV+.

  24. trangbang68
    April 20th, 2016 @ 2:32 pm

    Think how good her sex life would be with AIDS

  25. Evi L. Bloggerlady
    April 20th, 2016 @ 2:33 pm

    Emily Depasse ? clean

    Thanks for confirming to the world.

  26. Steve Skubinna
    April 20th, 2016 @ 2:42 pm

    If you’re committed to the insane tenet that casual promiscuous sex is empowering and fulfilling, then you can not admit even the remote possibility of there being a down side.

    So everything about it is GREAT! AWESOME! 10X BETTER WITH AN STD!!!!!

  27. Quartermaster
    April 20th, 2016 @ 3:00 pm

    And concern00 is a H8ty H8er of the worst sort.

  28. DeadMessenger
    April 20th, 2016 @ 4:30 pm

    Ah. I was worried it might mean the addition of other stuff, such as me saying my age is 20+, lol.

  29. DeadMessenger
    April 20th, 2016 @ 4:32 pm

    “Feminist” and “humanity” are mutually exclusive. Didn’t the teach you nuffin’ in engineering skewl?

  30. NeoWayland
    April 20th, 2016 @ 4:47 pm

    Okay, that’s been bothering me.

    Noble is leaving the world a little better for everyone than when you found it.

    That’s got it.

  31. robertstacymccain
    April 20th, 2016 @ 7:26 pm

    “… all these misandrists find that only exploiters and losers will stick around …”

    Bad men and bad women deserve each other, and are usually adept at finding each other. I mean, hey, I bet you meet the highest caliber of people while protesting against Christianity, and in favor of the unlimited slaughter of the unborn innocent.

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  33. Joe Wysocki
    April 21st, 2016 @ 7:41 am


  34. robertstacymccain
    April 21st, 2016 @ 12:52 pm

    Perhaps you missed the lesson in which is was explained that condoms are NOT EFFECTIVE against herpes? Nor against HPV. Both of these viral diseases can be spread by skin-to-skin contact, rather than the transmission of bodily fluids (which is how AIDS and gonorrhea are transmitted). The “safe sex” myth was promoted by health officials in the 1990, promoting condom usage as guaranteeing protection against sexually transmitted diseases. In other words, you could be as promiscuous as you wanted to be, do whatever you wanted to do with anyone you wanted to do it with, and as long as you used condoms, you were having “safe sex.” The result? An epidemic of HPV and herpes, as well as increased rates of gonorrhea and chlamydia due to men who either disregarded “safe sex” protocols or else were too stupid to understand them properly.

    The highest prevalence of every sexually-transmitted disease is among black women. Why is this? What are the socio-economic realities involved? I’m sure health officials can explain this, but when did you ever hear a feminist mention any of this? No, they’re too busy denouncing the heteropatriarchy (and celebrating their own infections) to bother discussing the facts in any realistic way.

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