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Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Victoria Justice and several other super hot and very talented celebrities had their nude photos stolen and then leaked to the internet this week. Was this an reprehensible invation of their privacy or should they have expected it to happen at some point? Or both? There are so many questions that need to be answered here. Was this a sex crime? Should they be "slut-shamed" over their pics? Should men avoid looking at the pics because they were "hacked?" How good DO they look naked? Matt-Man and Jayman are here to answer all of those questions.
Also, what's up with feminism these days? Does it still exist? If it does, in what form? Is it just about hating men? Is it about women keeping other women in line? Still more complicated questions that need very serious grown-ass men to answer.
Worst of all what about the state of misogyny in American culutre? How ugly have things gotten? At what point does flirting or flattering women cross the line into creepy and offensive? Again, Matt and Jay have lots of experience in this area and are here to help.
It's also football season. You can't talk about voilence against women without discussing the NFL! Does the NFL's new domestic violence rules mean they're getting serious about this issue or is it just more garbage from their PR department? That should be an easy one to answer.
All this plus Jamie Mapleleaf and the IWS Players and hopefully YOUR CALLS! Feminists get moved to the front of the line!
NBPP broadcast 3-16-2015 - Misogyny & Chauvinism effecting our community
How many times can we say "never again" before it's true? And how do we end the cycle of violence when it is wrapped so tightly around misogyny and race? How do we keep guns out of killers hands? And how do we address this country's inadequacy of mental health care? MOMocrats Cynematic, Karoli, Anoosh Jorjorian and Donna Schwartz Mills talk about the Isla Vista tragedy in this political discussion from the progressive point of view. Produced by Engender Media Group.
The "Save Our Girls" meeting held in Chicago and telecast via Internet around the world was a huge success. It opened the eyes of our young women and girls as to the awesome task they have before them to create a new world. The patriarchical culture of today must be abolished, along with sexist attitudes that demean the worth of women. Such is the task of today's women, to create a new way of thinking in their daughters in order that they may give birth to and raise a different kind of child. How do we empower women to overcome their own low self esteem an sense of self worth, particularly when society tells them they are only as valuable as their physical attractiveness and their money and possessions? Many women engage in self destructive behavior (alcohol, drugs, sexual promiscuity, overindulgence in food) because of deep emotional pain from childhood in which their fathers were absent.How do we help women overcome the tremendous feeling of rejection and abandonment that comes from being raised without a father in their lives?
in Pop Culture
You've probably heard the news by now: the variety TV show Sábado Gigante will end his record-breaking 53-year run on the air come September.
The show started in Chile in 1962, but after moving to Miami in 1986, it became an institution of Latino television in the United States, and a cultural touchstone of the immigrant experience.
But Sábado Gigante was not free of controversy: even when the immediate reactions after the news of the show's cancelation broke were cries of "devastation," as they days went a very different reaction came to light. Several critics expressed their hatred of a show they considered "racist and misogynistic."
Here, José Manuel Simián and Marcelo Báez discuss the impact of the Sábado Gigante on Latino pop culture, and interview blogger Laura Martínez and former member of the show's Clan Infantil, Paz Zárate.
UPDATE: During his interview with Laura Martínez, José Manuel Simián made an implicit reference to Univisión's host Fernando Fiore, who is no longer with the network.
Thirsty for more talk radio? Think you can handle the truth? Tune into Episode Ten of Sharona Unfiltered with special guest host Claire Mullins as we talk about being a woman in the media, misogyny in sports talk radio and why men still don't seem to care about athletes who allegedly do terrible things to women. Sharona also takes ESPN to task for suspending Britt McHenry for off the job actions when its male reporters don't get the same kind of scrutiny. We share our personal stories. Wednesday 10 to 11:30 am CDT.
Main topic: Religion and Misogyny; exploring the intersectionalities of religion, homophobia, and misogyny
Special guests: Alison Irvine-Sobers, Yvonne McCalla Sobers, Sharon Smith and Damien Marcus Williams
This show is hosted by two of Jamaica's most outspoken secular humanists - Clive Forrester, linguist and professor at York University in Toronto, and Hilaire Sobers, human rights lawyer in Washington DC. We have spent copious amounts of time debating with and challening the notion that Christian privelege should proceed unchecked in Jamaica, and have successfully managed to rally a group of other secularists to collaborate on a publication (forthcoming 2013). This radio show provides a medium in which skeptics can discuss matters of science, critical thinking, religious imposition, and the seperation of church and state all from a Jamaican perspective, but playing close attention to the interconnectedness on the global landscape.
Tune in as we tackle the big questions each and every Sunday at 12:30EST (1:30PM Jamaican time) - lively banter, music and trivia, probing questions... we are Yardie Skeptics.
This episode is a long time coming.
It's a problem that should be tackled more often and much louder than usual.
It's also an episode I had to put on the shelf because ideologically white trouble was going on behind the scenes.
Now that I'm getting that work taken care of, I can begin doing Fem Fridays with Exposing Men's Rights Activism.
THE PIERROTS AND FOOLS SHOW WITH MARK COCKING 26.03.2015 This weeks synthesis continue a geometric journey into the hidden science of geo-engineering/terraforming, sacrde geometry, human origins, ancient civilisation and Earth's esoteric history. Into the mix goes misogyny, sexism, feminism (Lady stuff), David Icke and his theosophical teachings (tho this may get bumped into the next show), Mars and the occult influences of Gustav Holst, composer of 'The Planets'.
Music this week has a Folk theme
OrgasmicKarmatic, FemaleSatan and WickedPup get down on Misogyny and Submission. It'll be interesting to have a male POV in this conversation and is both an inspired topic and suggested topic. We'll be discussing each separately and exactly how a woman can use Misogyny without being hit by the bullet of it at the same time.
in Self Help
As we continue into Black History Month we will discuss The Emasculation of the Black Man and all that it encompasses. In order to understand the history surrounding the destruction and stigmatization of the black male you must go back to 1712 and The Willie Lynch Movement (last week's show).
God made MAN to be the HEAD, the LEADER, and to have DOMINION over everything so when he is not able to withstand or uphold the responsibilities as the HEAD then everything in it's periphery suffer: i.e, family, children, women, etc.
We will discuss how slavery, prison/incarceration, poverty, homophobia, sexism, misogyny, hip-hop, and political disenfranchisement have all contributed to The Emasculation of the Black Man and what are some solutions to the problems we face today. We will also look at our freedom fighters past and present to see are we continuing the "fight' or have we become a "dream deferred."
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