No transcript but some contextual information after the cut.
This is audio recording of the interview I did with Saskatoon’s Verb magazine. Adam Hawbodlt was very fair, in my opinion, and allowed me to speak my piece. Since then the magazine has apparently gotten negative feedback alleging that my point of view is “vile” and that they expect Verb magazine to demolish it in a follow up.
I don’t know if this follow up is going to occur but I will ask Mr. Hawbodlt if he would be interested in a rebuttal from myself to my critics.
After all a dialog is what we’re after.
Verb Interview(page six):
Comments to the editor(mostly negative):
Information I sent Adam:
Here are the videos that I told you about:
The University of Toronto Men’s Issues Awareness Society and the Canadian Association for Equality hosted “From Misogyny and Misandry to Intersexual Dialogue” at the University of Toronto and April 4, 2013:
The sound you hear in the background is feminist protesters pounding the ground and door with wooden sticks while chanting.
The description of the lecture is as follows:
“This dialogue exploring how sexism against either women or men robs all of us of value and worth was protested by a loose coalition of groups. In this Video of Part 1 you can hear Dr. Katherine Young discussing the importance of empathy and communication, then Dr. Paul Nathanson courageously shares the story of how his being gay as a youth gave him insights into the constraints imposed by gender roles.”
After the feminist protesters pulled the fire alarm and everyone exited the building this feminist spoke to people outside the building:
The first lecture that feminists protested was one put on by Dr. Warren Farrell, you can view the protest here:
If you want to see more about these events you can view videos on this channel:
This video is a friend of mine, Karen Straughan, talking about another friend of mine, John Hembling, and his experience of putting up posters in vancouver:
Although he got permission from the construction site owner to put up his posters on the hoarding, that didn’t matter. The feminists–who titled themselves “femistasi”–went out in a large group to confront him and tear down his posters. (This was after they assaulted the site manager when he tried to intervene with them pulling the posters down.)
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