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Feminist @samanthapfield Wants to Remind You: Pat Robertson Was Right

Posted on | October 15, 2016 | Comments Off on Feminist @samanthapfield Wants to Remind You: Pat Robertson Was Right

“I’m a liberal, pro-choice feminist with socialist-considering-Marxism political tendencies. I think the Democratic party isn’t liberal enough. I’m almost of the opinion that capitalism (at least in its current cis-hetero-white-supremacist-patriarchal incarnation) is evil.”
Samantha Couchoud Field, March 25, 2015

“One of the events that helped me heal from my toxic religious upbringing was discovering feminism for myself. . . . I encountered feminism as affirming, powerful, and truth-filled.”
Samantha Couchoud Field, Sept. 26, 2016

“Every year I think more and more about the Witch and what she’s come to mean to me. The women who were drowned, burned, tortured, murdered, slaughtered . . . they were my mothers and sisters. They were the women who dared, who questioned, who argued. . . . I am proud of every woman who dares to follow this path.”
Samantha Couchoud Field, Oct. 8, 2016

In March 2014, Samantha Couchoud Field made headlines by writing about how she was allegedly raped by her boyfriend while attending Pensacola Christian College (PCC), where she says the administration blamed her and protected her rapist. By the time she publicly made this claim, however, it was nearly five years since Field left PCC (where she graduated in 2009 with an education degree) and she had subsequently gotten her master’s degree in English from Liberty University in 2012 before starting her personal blog in January 2013. One of her first posts there (“How Purity Culture Taught Me to Be Abused”) described her ex-boyfriend, a PCC student, as “handsome, charismatic, an excellent musician, talented, popular, and respected.” They began dating in February 2008 and became engaged in August 2008, but Field says he was “emotionally, verbally, physically, and sexually abusive”:

There was no consent. He knew there was no consent, that I did not want to have sex with him, at all. He just didn’t care. . . .
I didn’t realize he raped me until years later. . . .
I also loathed our physical relationship. Everything he asked me to do made me feel degraded and dirty and hardly anything felt good. . . . But, I figured I was just one of those women where sex would be a sacrifice for my husband.

She says her fiance “also raped at least one other woman while we were engaged,” and then dumped her two months before their planned wedding, blaming her because she “was not ‘submissive’ enough.”

Field is “now married to the most amazing, loving, gentle, tender man” (“Tall, red-headed, the swimmer’s physique”). She and the husband she calls “Handsome” are into BDSM “kinky” sex; she describes herself as a submissive “bottom,” so I guess now she is “submissive enough.”

Field calls herself “bisexual” and is an activist with the Gay Christian Network. She is now attending United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, a bastion of “ecumenical” liberalism in Minnesota, “so that I can get the stinking cesspool that is Liberty University off my resume.”

“Witchcraft IS the sin of rebellion. I rebel.”

She is 29 years old, so we cannot dismiss Samantha Field’s advocacy of witchcraft as a “youthful indiscretion.” She has now publicly dedicated herself to feminism, abortion, bisexuality, BDSM. socialism, and witchcraft, “the sin of rebellion.” Gosh, this sounds familiar . . .

“[Feminism is] a socialist, anti-family political movement that encourages women to leave their husbands, kill their children, practice witchcraft, destroy capitalism and become lesbians.”
Pat Robertson, 1992

Well, she’s not a lesbian . . . yet. However, now that Mrs. Field is into bisexuality and witchcraft, we may suspect her marriage to “Handsome” Mr. Field won’t have a “happily ever after” ending.





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