Feminism

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.

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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.

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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.

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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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Identity Crisis Episode 17: Another Woman Fired for Being Gender Critical

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Identity Crisis Episode 17 - Valerie PelletierIn 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.

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Identity Crisis: Does Public Shaming Work?

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Identity Crisis-public shamingPublic shame has been a method of social control since the beginning of human societies and shame is described by some psychologists as a “survival emotion.” Today, public shaming is often used to discourage unwanted behaviors or ideas ranging from the genuinely awful (sexual assault) to the questionable (off-color tweets from a decade ago). Thanks to the internet, public shaming is no longer limited to the stocks in the town square but can include viral videos spreading the globe in a matter of hours. The stakes are higher than ever.

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Gender Ideology is Wreaking Carnage in Our Medical Schools – An Eye Witness Report

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Medical School ClassroomBad data generates bad research; bad research generates bad treatments; bad treatments generate bad outcomes.

Gender Ideology is Wreaking Carnage in Our Medical Schools – An Eye Witness Report

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Identity Crisis Episode 16: 2021—the Year of Kink-Shaming?

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This episode is about shame.

We begin with our usual segment, ICYMI—'In Case You Missed It' where we highlight some of this week's events in the gender critical world.

Then we do a deep dive into shame. Does shame play a role in encouraging people to remain silent rather than to speak out about a controversial issue? Does it have a role in helping bad ideas to disseminate?

This content is currently available only for early access to subscribers of our Patreon site. If you subscribe now you will be able to watch this episode immediately.

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How to Survive Cancellation: Part 2, Building Back Better

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How To Survive Being Cancelled - M.K. FainCancellation, like the death of a loved one, is a loss. It can be the loss of a job, the loss of friends, the loss of community, the loss of home, the loss of a sense of safety and security, the loss of a future you had planned, and, often, the loss of an identity.

After the immediate crisis passes, when you are forced to get back to some semblance of “normal,” can be when the weight of these losses really hits the hardest.

Most people I know who have been cancelled define their life in two stages: The Before, and The After. The change is often one so great that it impacts nearly every aspect of your life. For some, being “cancelled” becomes a new, defining part of their identity.

For me, cancellation proved that I couldn’t rely on others for my financial safety. It also proved that anchoring my support system in a community that required strict adherence to a particular ideology was untenable. I decided I needed freedom, and set out to create a life for myself centered around this idea.

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