Feminist Apparel CEO Sexually Assaulted Women And Profited Off Their Suffering

 A group of self-identified feminists learned the hard way, some things aren’t always what they seem.

When it was discovered their beloved CEO and founder had previously sexually assaulted women in his past, they were shocked and horrified.

But when they spoke up, they faced the ultimate retaliation, and it shook them to the core.

The women worked for the clothing company “Feminist Apparel”, which produces left-leaning gear for women to wear at leftist events like pro-abort rallies and the Women’s March.

Those at Feminist Apparel are proud to call themselves “feminists” and are the first ones to criticize men for demeaning women.

So when they found out Alan Martofel, the CEO of Feminist Apparel, had a history of sexually assaulting women, they were stunned.

Martofel wrote a callous Facebook post almost bragging about his shady past of “grinding up” against women without their consent and targeting women who were “passed out drunk” to grope him.

Refinery 29 reported:

“We’ve all either faced this firsthand, seen it, heard a firsthand account of it, or are guilty of it ourselves,” Martofel wrote in the post.

“I’m someone who’s guilty of it. I’ve grinded up on women on buses and at concerts without their consent. I’ve made out with ‘the drunk chick’ at a party because it was easier. I’ve put a woman’s hand on my d*ck while she was sleeping.”

Sadly, this type of thing happens all the time, and it’s sickening.

As Mommy Underground previously reported, women have been accused of “asking for it” based on what they wear, or simply for just being a woman.

And the culture of lust promotes women as objects to be used and abused for pleasure, instead of honored and cherished.

But having Martofel actually make a profit off selling apparel that claims to be “pro-women” is hypocrisy at its finest.

Naturally, when the women heard about Martofel’s past, they were deeply disturbed.

And instead of remaining quiet, they decided to fight back.

They approached him and asked him to resign.

But Martofel responded by firing each and every woman who confronted him.

Yes, once it was determined he was guilty of sexually abusing women and making a profit, he decided to fire his entire team, as if it was somehow their fault for his past decisions.

Refinery 29 contiued:

“I feel like with many brands of allyship, there is an enormous miscommunication over who should be given voice. Alan seemed to feel that his voice should come first,” says Claire Quigley, who was a graphic designer at the company until the firing.

“The strongest way to be an ally would be to NOT profit from feminism or survivors of sexual assault,” says Grogan.

“It’s ridiculous that an abuser could have the audacity to call himself a feminist or to think he has a right to make money off of the people he abused and then consider himself a hero for it,” Fry added.”

Sadly, this is the culture of the left.

So many people who align with the liberal way of life learn the hard way – those at the top are just about money.

Period.

Whether it is Planned Parenthood profiting off of sexually abused teens, or the latest scandal about a former sexual predator CEO making money off of “feminist” apparel, it’s all the same.

Real “feminists”, support women through and through.

They support scared pregnant mothers and encourage them to choose life, not death.

They applaud stay at home moms, instead of shunning them and mocking their life choices.

These feminists learned the hard way – the liberal culture is hypocritical to the core, and no one is safe from their retaliation should one dare to challenge their actions.

What are your thoughts on the CEO of Feminist Apparel firing his entire staff for exposing his gross sexual conduct?

Do you think the feminists should have been fired?

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