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It’s a common misconception that feminism employs misandry. There are a number of places where this misconception comes from, but regardless of the sources, they all have one thing in common: They serve to derail feminist conversations and distract from important issues at hand. In this episode, we will discuss the misconception that “all feminists hate men,” and address why it’s a troublesome stereotype.
Based on his article 5 Reasons Why So Many People Believe Feminism Hates Men and Why They’re Not True, Sam Killermann will debunk this misconception and reconcile feminism as a gender-inclusive movement.
In today’s difficult world, many people struggle with feelings of inadequacy or negative self-perception based on the messages they’ve received since birth. These negative messages are often related to gender, race, class, sexual orientation, and other aspects of ourselves that make us who we are. Often, these negative messages become internalized and difficult to separate from the truth.
Based on our article 8 Ways Feminism Can Improve Your Self-Esteem, Shannon Ridgway will discuss the different ways in which those struggling with low self-esteem can utilize feminist concepts to rediscover their inherent self-worth.
Has feminism destroyed families and brought down society? Has it caused woman and men to swtich roles. Feminists want to be treated equally except when it involves money. They still want men to pay for most things. Most want a man with a decent job. Why do we have a generation of feminized boys and girls that talk down to boys/men. This topic was inspired by a shocking article that I had read. It was about this 22 year old woman who thinks that reducing the male population by 90% will solve everything! What is the world coming to with these ideas coming from these young girls? It will be a very interesting show indeed.
Where is the link to the article: http://www.vice.com/en_uk/read/is-reducing-the-male-population-by-90-percent-the-solution-to-all-our-problems
This show has changed a few times by now, and it has settled on the topic of Feminism. Many people have their own opinions on such, and women everywhere are very passionate about this, including many women that I have had the pleasure of speaking to, with, about, etc. I found some clips online of passionate women speaking about this, since they can cover the topic better than I can and because they are likely more passionate about it than I would be.
Took a little break but now we’re back, y’all! Join me and MC Brooks and our guests, Vida Starr (@VidaStarr) and Akia Black (@KittyKittyKia) as we discuss why FEMINISM IS NECESSARY. All caps, because it is so, so necessary. Tune in on Wednesday, July 9th, 2014 at 7pm-9pm CST/8pm-10pm EST and if you feel like it, call in and give us your opinion. The call in number is (310) 982-4273. You can also follow us on Twitter: @BreakbeatBFT. You can follow MC Brooks @MC_Brooks and Noa Jones @NoaAthena.
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We will be taking time to find out exactly what feminism is, what it does, and where it applies. Also taking calls to see if there are any brothers being 'emasculated' by the reputed effort to emasculate men. If you are a #feminist, or know a feminst, chime in! Peace!
Today, more of our summer shorts continue. In one hour, you will get the relevant news and commentary on things that matter in the pro-life direction, things that touch everyone's lives.
Up for discussion:
The terrorist-linked Malaysian jetliner crash
Sen. Richard Blumenthal's pet bill removing all abortion restrictions in the country gets media attention, finally
The Death of Feminism in a big way
The Stupidest Thing Ever is back.
Dr. Nancy E. Baker is an Associate Professor at Sam Houston State University, where she has taught since 2006. Prior to coming to SHSU, Dr. Baker taught at Harvard University, MIT, Tufts University, and the Massachusetts College of Art. Dr. Baker earned her bachelor’s degree in history from Rutgers University, her master’s degree in history from The George Washington University, and a second master’s degree and her doctorate in history from Harvard University.
Dr. Baker’s areas of interest include American history, political history, and the history of women and gender. Much of her work focuses on the history of feminism and anti-feminism. Dr. Baker is currently revising a monograph for publication with Baylor University Press; the book is entitled Unequaled: Rescission and the Equal Rights Amendment. Research is underway for her second and third books: Texas Feminism Between and Beyond the Waves (under contract with Louisiana State University Press) and a study of the feminist organization Women Against ography. Dr. Baker has written essays on right-wing women in 20th-century Texas, Texas feminist Hermine Tobolowsky, and the battle in Kentucky over the Equal Rights Amendment. Her research has been awarded funding from The Clements Center for Southwest Studies, the Kentucky Historical Society, Texas Tech University’s Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, and the Earhart Foundation.
In this episode of The Pursuit of Truth, we'll examine who the orchestrators of feminism are, the spirit behind it, it's impact on our western culture, and most of all - what it left us with. The legacy of feminism is anything but pretty and pink.
I believe the spread of feminism is the fulfillment of Isaiah chapter 3 verse 12: "As for my people, children are their oppressors, and women rule over them. O my people, they which lead thee cause thee to err, and destroy the way of thy paths."
Yes, women ruling over men is not part of Yahweh's plan - but rather a curse. And saying so will probably bring angry e-mails to my inbox. Neverhteless, I am commited to pursuing truth - no matter where it may lead. So let's fire up the "battle of the sexes" with the one weapon feminism hates the most: Scriptural Truth!
DIVERgent committee members discuss the goals and importnce of inclusion within feminism and where women in the disability community fit in.
Mission statement: DIVERgent works to change how disabled women are commonly perceived within society while challenging the myths of our inferiority, both as women and as disabled people. We explore the interactions between sexism and ableism within both disabled and nondisabled communities. We seek to offer perspectives on gender and disability by emphasizing non-traditional femininity and non-traditional feminism.
ON THE SHOW TODAY WE WILL DISCUSS HOW FEMINISM HAS CHANGE THE DATING GAME.
WHEN GLORIA STEINEM SPOKE AT THE NATIONAL PRESS CLUB IN 1972 WAS THAT THE BEGINNING OF THE END.
DID FEMINISM CREATE A GENDER WAR.
WHAT IS THE WALL OF SILENCE FROM BLACK MEN TOWARD BLACK WOMEN?
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