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Whammon’s spaces: the gatekeeping of human rights considerations | HBR Talk 89

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Feminists insist they’re being unfairly criticized for their gendered activism, and cite their toxic masculinity narrative as evidence that they support men, too, but how do they respond when men try to advocate for themselves? HBR Talk examines how the female victim identity is used to try to shut men’s advocates out of discussion on and the handling of human rights considerations...

You wot matriarch? A response to feminist territorial pressuring – HBR Talk 85

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HBR Talk rips a strip off of feminism over one of its many interpersonal boundary issues: Their sense of entitlement to weaponize nonfeminist women against men, and against nonfeminist men’s issues advocacy. Tune in @ 7PM EST 0:03:10 – 0:13:49 — Hannah’s Intro (Take 3) 0:16:24 – 0:17:29 — On The Theory That Men Only Act In The Interest Of Other Men At The...

Pretty sneaky, sis – a victim identity cult tactic | HBR Talk 84

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HBR Talk looks at feminists’ use of false labels and other orwellian language manipulation as a means of avoiding or heading off rational assessment of their ideas. Tune in at 7PM EST! 0:00:40 – 0:09:06 — Hannah’s Animated Into (audio is out of sync) 0:12:00 – 0:13:38 — Murder On The Job (Are women more likely to be murdered on the job than men?) 0:16:14 –...

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Imagine if, without your knowledge or consent, someone made a composite video of short clips of you acting edgy, mashed together to make it look like you were seriously involved in something reprehensible, and posted it for your friends and family to see.…

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