October 12, 2018
In a time where infinite snake-oil salesmen clamor for the fame and wealth given to moral leaders, one brave leaderess has finally put her money where her mouth is, and shown a generation of empowered young women, now free of the constraints of the patriarchy, how to complete their liberation from the natural Order.
Stacey Radin has ascended into her final form.
Her journey is complete.
A well-known Manhattan clinical psychologist and author who was a vocal champion of women and animals hanged herself inside her Sutton Place home, authorities said Thursday.
Stacey Radin, 52, was discovered by her husband inside the bathroom of their fifth-floor apartment on Sutton Place near East 58th Street around 10:45 p.m. Wednesday, law enforcement sources told The Post. She was pronounced dead at the scene.
Radinleft “multiple notes behind,” a law enforcement source said, and no criminality was suspected in the death.
One note for each of her dogs, I assume, telling them how sorry she is.
I guess they didn’t make her happy, after all?
Also, wow – those eyes, that grimace. She used to be hot, though. Crazy, but hot.
“She has a history of depression,” the source added.
Now what could cause a brave vagina rights activist and dog mother to be depressed?
Radin founded Unleashed, a program designed to empower young women through advocating for social justice issues such as animal welfare and rights, in 2011 and was featured in a Post story about her work in 2014.
In honor of Stacey, we will be founding a new program – “Leashed” – designed to keep hot women from wasting their uteruses by writing books and stuff until they get old, and then killing themselves.
The goal of this program will be to keep women restrained by leashes, so that they cannot be harmed by their own decisions.
It’s the only way to save them.