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Just a few weeks ago we announced that feminist Jessica Valenti had been placed on the offender’s registry at register-her.com for bigotry and advocating policies of gender profiling and discrimination.
Valenti’s response was to send out a tweet to her followers on twitter seeking assistance in removing her personal information from the internet. This in spite of the fact that none of her personal information was published, nor were there ever any plans to that effect.
Perhaps a guilty conscience?
Regardless of whatever motivation Valenti may have had for the action, she is a public figure and subject to the same pressures and scrutiny that applies to all public figures.
She is not exempt from public criticism or investigation because she is a woman or because she is a feminist.
And the more you look into her articles for publications like the Washington Post the more apparent it becomes that even more tracking of her actions will be needed in the future.
Bigotry is alive and well in America, and its effects are not just confined to the typically identifiable minority groups that we all know to be targets.
Valenti is a misandrist; a hater of men and boys, and her efforts to advocate policies and social norms that hurt males by design are now a well-documented part of the public record.
This show is dedicated to shedding more light on this subject, and to exposing misandry in modern culture, broadly defined.
Tune in to your hosts. Paul Elam and John the Other as we pull the sheets back and see what else is rotten in Valenti’s bed.
It's good to talk.