Tag: #YesAllWomen


19 Sep 2014

Ending Domestic Violence, a Talk with Anita Finlay & Jerry Doyle, 9/16/2014

Ray Rice’s indefinite suspension from the Baltimore Ravens for the physical abuse of his then fiancée Janay Palmer has sparked a national conversation about domestic violence. Even though the NFL seemed backed into a corner and had to hand out more severe punishment than its initially lenient “two game suspension,” it remains to be seen whether this subject will occupy a few more news cycles and then fade...

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Anita Finlay and Jerry Doyle Talk #YesAllWomen 5/29/2014
30 May 2014

Anita Finlay and Jerry Doyle Talk #YesAllWomen 5/29/2014

In response to my recent article, Ramifications of #YesAllWomen/#NotAllMen In the Wake of Elliot Rodger’s Killing Spree, Jerry and I look at our society’s addiction to misogyny, toxic masculinity and what we can do to open a dialogue to break that cycle.  We also discuss Jeopardy champion Arthur Chu’s brave and insightful Daily Beast article, Your Princess Is In Another Castle: Misogyny, Entitlement and Nerds.  The piece...

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Ramifications of #YesAllWomen/#NotAllMen in the Wake of Elliot Rodger’s Killing Spree
28 May 2014

Ramifications of #YesAllWomen/#NotAllMen in the Wake of Elliot Rodger’s Killing Spree

Struggling to make sense of Elliot Rodger’s rampage at UC Santa Barbara last Friday, murdering six men and women and wounding thirteen others before killing himself, whether we blame mental illness or lax gun law enforcement, the roots of his rage were his misogynist hatred of and sense of sexual entitlement to the women he objectified, as illuminated by his chilling 137-page manifesto. Per Amanda...

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