If the Chappelle Crisis has shown us anything it is that trans activists wield the power of the oppressor as they do everything in their quest to be the exceptional community in a sea of marginalized people.
The Chappelle Crisis and the Disastrous Self-Censorship of Comedy
In this clip, Nesim and Sasha speak to their guests Charles Love and Wilfred Reilly about the recent Wi Spa incident, where antifa protestors violently harassed several individuals who oppose policies that allow transwomen to enter women's spaces (changing rooms and other areas where women are vulnerable or undressed).
Sasha is joined by psychotherapist and writer Stella O'Malley to discuss her new organization for parents of gender-questioning kids, Genspect. They talk about the gender medicine industry, the nightmare situation many parents find themselves in when they bring their child to a gender therapist for help, the motives of the doctors and other professionals who push this experimental craze, and much more.
Stella O’Malley: the Plight of Parents with Gender Dysphoric Children
In this episode, MK appears in her professional capacity as the Communications Director at WoLF to explain the ongoing story that the ACLU is trying to cover up: that convicted male rapists are being transferred to female prisons on the basis that these men self-identify as transwomen.
Identity Crisis Episode 19: Male Rapists are Being Transferred to Female Prisons in Washington
A new scholarship for “women law students” established in 2020 to honor the memory of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, is open to anyone who “self-identifies” as a woman. The stated mission of the scholarship, which offers next year’s recipients the significant amount of $10,000 per year, is “to advance equity and diversity within the legal profession by expanding career opportunities for women attorneys and supporting those attorneys in their legal educations and careers.”
New Women’s Scholarship Created to Honor the Legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg is Open to Males Who Self-Identify as Female
In this episode Sasha and M.K. dive into the topic of non-binary identity, in particular when adopted by women. With Demi Lovato as a recent and famous example, and the general trend of young women currently taking on the label, they consider why a certain segment of women today are attempting to flee womanhood through this new identity.
In February of 2020, just as the COVID-19 pandemic was reaching Canada, a large Montreal women’s agency fired Valérie Pelletier because of allegedly “transphobic” posts on her personal Facebook account.
Canadian Survivor of Prostitution Fired From Women’s Shelter Over Feminist Views
In this episode, Sasha and M.K. discuss the story of Valerie Pelletier, who was fired from a Canadian women’s organization last year for expressing her gender critical views outside of work. Valerie went public with the details of her story on May 14th, in an interview with Plebity. They discuss the ins and outs of the story, what we think of it, and why this is so ominous for free speech and women only spaces.
Identity Crisis Episode 17: Another Woman Fired for Being Gender Critical