This article contains content that some may find shocking.
This article is about a website that no longer exists.
The site itself was objectively the more repulsive sister site of Kekma.net. It took the facade of a women's blog site, and although the shock site lacked in popularity, it still generated angrier reactions compared to Kekma. Similar to Kekma, it was created due to the lack of shock sites in the modern internet era.
At first glance, the website seems uninspired, with a PNG plastered in the middle similar to sketchy advertisements often found on websites for pornography. If the user doesn't heed the website's warning and still chooses to click the ENTER button, they would be swiftly redirected to the shocking portion of the website.
On the second of August, 2021, the company responsible for the .xyz top-level domain seized womensalliance.xyz. At the time of the site's death, it had acquired at least 152,856 views, the majority from Bangladesh, Taiwan, and India. It is unlikely to be rehosted by the original owners, and all files have been publicly released on Anonfiles.
The website consists of two sections. The first section of the website welcomes the user to a mundane front page: blue background with a repetitive pattern consisting of the Venus symbol (♀) and a PNG of a silhouette of a woman with the caption "ENTER", followed up with "This website contains stories of female empowerment. Some of these stories may upset or offend sensitive users. This site is unsuitable for children! 18+ ONLY."
After clicking on the enter button, the site enters fullscreen mode and plays a video montage of women being tortured, mutilated, and killed while "Oh, Pretty Woman" by Roy Orbison plays. The video also contains images and clips of extreme illnesses, including but not limited to breasts that have rotted and filled with pus due to cancer and severely maggot-infested vaginas.
The website uses the same scripts from Kekma.net. When the user attempts to exit the site, it will result in further full screening. Pressing a button on the keyboard opens up a fake prompt asking if the user wishes to leave. If 'OK' is pressed, a series of alert boxes containing misogynistic threats (actual lyrics from Devourment) open. The alerts read, in order, "You sluts, I'll show you all the way to everlasting pain and torture.", "To take your life is why I live, for your crimes you'll be butchered.", "You'll be forced to suffer through torture, you dead cum dumpster bitches.", and "I'll kill you all then throw your slaughtered asses in the ditches.".
If the user tries to close the tab instead of clicking the Enter button, they will get a real dialog box that reads "Are you sure, you want to leave?".
As Kekma.net gained an amount of popularity, the author himself (Obok) wanted to expand the Kekma subculture by creating another shock site. The website was originally planned to be a bait and switch website against Black Lives Matter called "brownaction". The website would have included borderline malware, but the website was changed to Womensalliance due to the original idea being infeasible for three reasons:
- The site relied heavily on browser exploits to function, or else it would only allow one popup per session
- Having malware on a website was a bad idea due to legal concerns
- The shock value wasn't deemed high enough
Suffice to say, the remnants of brownaction were used as the foundation to create Womensalliance, and the site was officially launched on October 6, 2020.
Womensalliance.xyz has been spammed on numerous Discord communities and was banned by the owners of the bots, presumably due to said spam.
- Video: web.archive.org/web/20210226142606/files.catbox.moe/jkjlqm.mp4