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Matthew d'Ancona Feb 29
Come on, guys. Men need to weigh in here, too
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RuskinOxford Mar 2
Apologies for the incorrect tag. We are of course referring to
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Joanna Cherry QC Feb 29
50 years on from the first national meeting of the Women’s Liberation Movement & celebrations now include no platforming a woman because of her association with women’s groups...
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Kiri Tunks Feb 28
Solidarity with - shocking treatment from organisers of this event.
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spiked Feb 29
To all those people who say there is no free-speech crisis on campus, look at this: feminist professor Selina Todd erased from today’s Women’s Liberation conference at Ruskin College for the thoughtcrime of believing in sex and biology. Disgraceful censorship.
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Julie Bindel Feb 29
The way I see it after 16 years of enduring this bullshit misogyny, is is that most 'decent liberals' sleepwalked into this nightmare & now daren't speak out. If you object to being treated this way, SPEAK OUT NOW! Stop being cowards & capitulators.
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Prof. Sarah Pedersen Feb 29
The state of this. No platforming a leading feminist historian from a celebration of a major anniversary in British second-wave feminism.
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Beverley Clack 🐈 📚🧶🌹🌳🏏 Feb 28
Justify this appalling decision, . How can this decision possibly be in the interest of women’s liberation?
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Joan Smith Feb 28
This should be unbelievable but unfortunately it isnt. A shameful decision.
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Ruth Serwotka Feb 29
This is what feminism looks like. This is female solidarity. Thank you
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RuskinOxford Mar 2
Shocking that you were excluded from this event - as Ruskin College we would never have silenced your voice. You have an open invitation to speak here on any aspect of feminism
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Kevin Courtney #NEU💝NHS Feb 29
This week I spoke at an event about threats to freedom of speech; it focussed on the police’s listing of progressive organisations on a sheet labelled “counter terrorism policing”. But that isn’t the only threat to free speech
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Maya Forstater Feb 29
Another organisation gives in, sacrifices a woman to the bullies, hopes she'll go quietly. This is cowardly and craven. We are not going quietly
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StephanieDavies-Arai Feb 29
. have validated the defamation of a respected female academic and shown themselves willing to dish out a very public humiliation to appease bullies. And claim that they celebrate "women’s strengths, successes & solidarity." No, they don't.
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queenieb 🕷 Feb 29
A woman had been no platformed at a women’s movement event for supporting a woman’s organisation. Run that by me again
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Alice Sullivan Mar 2
It's time to stand up to the bullies
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Al Breen Feb 29
Have we really come to a place where gets noplatformed at an event celebrating 50 years of women's liberation
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Madeleine Kearns May 14
There are all sorts of social situations in which we avoid the plain truth to protect other peoples’ feelings. A court of law is NOT one of them. Teen Girls vs. ‘Trans’ Athletes
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Kiri Tunks Feb 29
Wow. This is how to erase a woman. Nice try.
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Patrick🕸 Feb 28
. Already read Selina’s fabulous, first book. Now ordered this one, What are you doing? No platforming a Feminist to celebrate 50 year anniversary of a Women’s Liberation meeting! It’s almost as if you don’t know what women fought for.
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