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
For the better part of a decade, I immersed myself in social justice causes. I made sure I kept myself up-to-date with the latest social justice jargon, even when it was confusing and contradictory (though I wouldn’t admit to it at the time).
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).
This episode Sasha and Nesim are joined by Arty Morty for a conversation about whether the entrenchment of identity is good or bad for minority groups, what they think of media representation of their own identities, what certain activists don't understand about human behavior, and much more. This is part one of their two hour long conversation.
The Underground Episode 3: Arty Morty on the Social Woes of Wokeness
Recently, Oklahoma University contributed their own stark example of how the core values of free speech and critical thinking are being misunderstood and misapplied in the spheres of what we call ‘higher education’.
Hey English Instructors – ‘Take a History Class and Learn about Free Speech’
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 vatani discuss the concept of white privilege and give their critique of the popular theory peddled by those such as Robin DiAngelo and Ibram X. Kendi. They talk about why they think the conversation is being steered away from class issues, and why identity has taken the center stage in political and social discourse.
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.