Dear Western Feminists: We Can Tell Our Mothers’ Stories! Gbetto-Warrior, or Hunter-Warrior, officially called Mianor, which translates, “Our Mother,” from the Ewe-Fon.

The Gbetto Warriors were Our Mothers (Mianor). Not yours! You are nothing like them, and you will never get any closer. We can tell the stories of our Own Mothers as we deem fit, and so we don’t need you to tell it. Stop imposing your wicked, narcissistic orgasmatron narratives on the memory of Our Mothers!

They were our mothers, first of all, not yours! And for your African students – Afrosaxons and the Afrogauloises – who don’t seem to know any better about your peculiar sexual deviance, I invite them to make a cursory search on your online libraries of the only Amazon Warriors (not the fake ones) that have ever existed in history. (Only Grey Women are found in those searches in various mythical stories of falsehoods!)

Yet, these students, although they are not very bright, may quickly grasp that the interest in the stories of our Mothers, the Mianor, from western feminists, has nothing to do with all the high-sounding words of equality they have presumed.

No! The Mianor were not feminists.

Your interests in our stories has everything to do with seizing our narratives, twisting them and pushing them to serve a certain peculiar Globalist, Neoliberal, Narcissistic, Sexually Deviant agenda. The stories of Our Mothers (Mianor) is ours to tell, not yours to interrupt, dissect and denature!

Thank you.

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  1. Love the picture. Femininity is not to be confused with feminism. Our mothers can be feminine and still love and fight for our men. They do not need feminism to be the mothers and women that they have always been.

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