Feminism

Identity Crisis Episode 22 Billie Eilish and Hypersexualization in Media

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Episode 22 - hypersexualisation in mediaIn this episode, Sasha and M.K. discuss the recent Billie Eilish music video in which the pop-star adopted a newly sexual personal. They talk about the commercialization of women's bodies and the pointlessness of movements like Slut Walk and the push for sexual "empowerment" AKA self-objectification.

Identity Crisis Episode 22 Billie Eilish and Hypersexualization in Media

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A Chat With Nehanda

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Crossroads edpisode with Nehanda In this episode, I am joined by Nehanda, an artist and feminist who decided to speak out against gender identity ideology after witnessing the policing of women's language online by gender activists. We chat about Nehanda's music journey, what got her into rap originally, and how standing up for women is her main driving force.

A Chat With Nehanda

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Identity Crisis Episode 21 The Decline of the ACLU

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Identity Crisis Ep 21In this episode, we attempt to chronicle what we consider the decline of the ACLU. We begin with a game where we take a drink every time Chase Strangio tells a lie in this interview on Democracy Now. Then we discuss this recent New York Times article: "Once a Bastion of Free Speech, the A.C.L.U. Faces an Identity Crisis".

Identity Crisis Episode 21 The Decline of the ACLU

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Identity Crisis: Why I Still Call Myself a Feminist – by M.K. Fain

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Am I a feminist For women, whether or not to call yourself a “feminist” has been a hotly-debated issue. Men have long pushed back against progress by branding any woman who resists patriarchy as a feminist — a word hurled often like a slur from the mouths of misogynists.

Identity Crisis: Why I Still Call Myself a Feminist – by M.K. Fain

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Identity Crisis Episode 20: Do We Call Ourselves Feminists?

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Identity Crisis #20In. this episode, we have a conversation about why we do or not consider ourselves feminists. From victimhood to group based identity, we discuss several issues within feminist ideology as well as the value of taking on labels at all.

Identity Crisis Episode 20: Do We Call Ourselves Feminists?

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Plebity Interviewed by The Sidebar

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The SidebarThis week, Mark White of Plebity had the chance to meet with Scott Costen, Nova Scotia based journalist at The Sidebar to discuss our Free Speech Fund and the political vision behind Plebity. The Sidebar is a progressive, independent media platform that is part of a growing ecosystem of genuinely progressive, independent platforms which reject the conformity of much of what passes for current leftist discourse. We hope everyone will read the article and check out The Sidebar.

Plebity Interviewed by The Sidebar

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Kathleen Stock: Material Girls: Why Reality Matters for Feminism

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Kathleen Stock - Material GirlsKathleen Stock, professor of philosophy at the University of Sussex, joins Sasha for a conversation about her new book, Material Girls: Why Reality Matters for Feminism.

Kathleen Stock: Material Girls: Why Reality Matters for Feminism

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Identity Crisis Episode 19: Male Rapists are Being Transferred to Female Prisons in Washington

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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

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A Chat with Sall Grover

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Sall Gover chats with SashaSall Grover joins Sasha to discuss her female only social media app, Giggle, and to chat about the state of the conversation around gender and feminism right now.

A Chat with Sall Grover

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New Women’s Scholarship Created to Honor the Legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg is Open to Males Who Self-Identify as Female

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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

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