Hardcore, some say radical, feminist Sara Fernanda Giromini (aka Sara Winter) has turned a 180 on her views of abortion and has even apologized to Christians for her behavior.
She’s even stepped it up and has begun calling out the modern feminist movement for what seems like “evils” they commit.
In one of her and her groups (Femen Brazil) more infamous moves, she and her comrades went topless at St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican and began publicly simulating sexual acts with crucifixes.
She’s even quoted, nowadays, as saying: “I saw the feminist movement cover up for PEDOPHILES. I saw the feminist movement PERSECUTE WOMEN…”
As reported by Steven Ertelt for LifeNews.com:
Now, shockingly, the founder of the Brazilian chapter of Femen has become pro-life and is apologizing for her actions. Here’s a report from Red Alert Politics:
Sara Fernanda Giromin, also known as Sara Winter, was not merely feminist. She was the founder of Femen Brazil in 2012 and later of Bastardxs. Both groups gained nation and worldwide attention for their angry bare-chested protests.
Winter is reportedly upset with how the feminist movement “uses women as objects” and “covers up pedophilia in its ranks.” While Sara’s own religious beliefs are not clear, she did apologize to Christians and referred to feminism as “a religious sect.”
I saw the feminist movement cover up for PEDOPHILES. I saw the feminist movement PERSECUTE WOMEN … I am a witness to the fact that today in the feminist movement women are not of any importance but serve as fuel for the fires of hatred that the feminist sect cannot allow to die.
Fortunately, Winter is now pro-life.
A report in The Blaze has more on Winter, whose real name is Sara Fernanda Giromin, recanting her pro-abortion views.
“I have repented of having had an abortion and today I ask for forgiveness,” Giromin wrote, claiming that after the birth of her baby, “life has taken on a new meaning.”
“Please, women who are desperate to abort, think carefully about it. I was very sorry I did it. I don’t want the same for you,” she added.
In a YouTube video published earlier this month, Giromin, who founded Femen Now at age 19, apologized to Christians for her past transgressions.