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Discussing radicalized youth with Naama Kates and Natti Kaddyifa | HBR Talk 136

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This week HBR Talk features investigative journalist Naama Kates, host of The Incel Project, and British Badger Belle Natty Kadifa, discussing the issue of young people (especially boys & young men) getting recruited to groups like these and used, essentially, as soldiers… and how these and other factors may contribute to that phenomenon.…

Actually, that question’s not sexist | HBR Talk 117

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Are we allowed to question a person’s relationship to the greater community based on their reputation? Are we still allowed to do that if the person is female? Join HBR Talk as we examine one of the most widespread types of false allegation: Charges of sexism, and how they are used to shut down men’s complaints and shield women, especially feminist women, against equal accountability...

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...

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