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    Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., got a Twitter roast to welcome in 2022 after she claimed "sexual frustrations" are why Republicans are so focused on her. The "Squad" congresswoman erupted on critics online after she was photographed dining in Miami amid a COVID surge in New York City, going off in particular on former Donald Trump adviser Steve Cortes taking a shot at her boyfriend's foot attire. "If Republicans are mad they can’t date me they can just say that instead of projecting their sexual frustrations onto my boyfriend’s feet," she tweeted, adding "Ya creepy weirdos." She added, "It’s starting to get old ignoring the very obvious, strange, and deranged sexual frustrations that underpin the Republican fixation on me, women,& LGBT+ people in general. These people clearly need therapy, won’t do it, and use politics as their outlet instead. It’s really weird." AOC CLAIMS REPUBLICANS MOTIVATED BY ‘SEXUAL FRUSTRATIONS’ IN TWITTER RANT AMID FLORIDA TRIP CONTROVERSY Ocasio-Cortez was spotted in Florida with her boyfriend amid a coronavirus spike in New York City, in a photo published by National Review.  (National...
    A lesbian businesswoman has blasted transgender rights activists for trying to 'intimidate' her by sending her 'death and rape threats on a daily basis'. Angela Wild, 44, who lives in Wales, started her own business in September 2017 designing slogan-printed t-shirts and badges, which campaign for women’s sex-based rights. She began selling her products on Etsy but many of them were banned for 'hateful conduct' after she was targeted by 'cruel' trans rights activists who sent her threatening messages and reported her items. Despite setting up her own website last year, the mother-of-one has had three different suppliers refuse to work with her and has been forced to call the police on several occasions to report the 'frightening' abuse she receives online. Angela Wild, 44, (pictured) who lives in Wales, creates feminist slogan t-shirts and badges that have been seen on harry Potter author J K Rowling The single mother-of-one started her own business in September 2017 making slogan-printed products campaigning for women’s sex-based rights She has blasted trans activists for trying to 'intimidate' her by sending her daily death and rape...
    Key facts: One of the developers apologized for the hoax on Twitter. The project’s Twitter account gave an explanation, shortly before it was removed. A new controversy surrounds the world of collectible tokens in blockchains. The popularity of the NFTs has attracted all kinds of initiatives, including a feminist project that, as its own creators have confessed, was built on a hoax: the “women” behind the Fame Lady Squad were actually men. A developer named Max Rand acknowledged via Twitter that he was behind the development of this and two other projects of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) with a gender focus: Cyber ​​City Girls Club and Unicorn GG Club. Guys, I confess. I am the developer of the projects, “Rand wrote on the social network. In his message, he asked “sorry for the lie” and claimed to be very afraid before of admitting the deception. Alleged creators of Fame Lady Squad. Source: screenshot. The Fame Lady Squad Twitter account, whose parts are available on the OpenSea Marketplace, also posted regarding the hoax. Shortly before deleting...
    A 'tongue-in-cheek' advert placed in an Indian newspaper by an 'opinionated feminist with short hair and piercings' seeking a 'non-farting, non-burping' husband with 'a farm that's at least 20 acres' has gone viral for 'cleverly inverting gender stereotypes in the Indian marriage market'.  Comedian Aditi Mittal, from Mumbai,  posted a photo of the advert on Twitter jokingly asking if someone had put it out on her behalf, after spotting the love- seeking note that was placed in 12 newspapers in northern India. The note reads the woman in question is a '30+ educated girl' who works in the 'social sector against capitalism'. It says she is seeking a 'handsome, well-built, 25-28 year old only son with an esteemed business' that knows 'cooking'.  Comedian Aditi Mittal, from Mumbai, posted a photo of the advert on Twitter jokingly asking if someone had put it out on her behalf, after spotting the love- seeking note that was placed in 12 newspapers in northern India. After being spotted and posted on Twitter earlier this month, the tweet quickly went viral with Bollywood...
    After Dr. Naomi Wolf was suspended from Twitter and YouTube earlier this month for exploring COVID origins, the progressive feminist author and former Democrat adviser appeared on Steve Malzberg’s weekly Sunday commentary show Eat the Press, lashing out at Democrats criticizing the freedom of individuals to challenge mainstream takes on matters of public interest and deeming the relationship between the Democratic National Committee (DNC), the Biden administration, and big tech to be an “unholy marriage” aimed at silencing dissenting voices. Addressing her since-banned post, Wolf claimed, “Something really concerning about our democracy is that Twitter spokespeople have been putting out a lot of misinformation, outright misstatements, claiming that I was suspended for vaccine misinformation and that’s not the reason I was suspended.” Wolf’s permanent suspension from Twitter came after her post, which was published earlier this month, featured a video of the feminist author explaining that, due to a lack of sufficient data, Oregon residents had the right to choose whether to vaccinate or not. “Long-term studies on the vaccines have not been done; they are experimental, not FDA-approved,...
    Feminist author Naomi Wolf has refused to backdown after being suspended from Twitter for spreading outlandish theories about vaccines and 5G.  Dr Wolf, author of third-wave feminist book The Beauty Myth, said she was not a conspiracy theorist despite the recent ban.   She slammed Twitter for de-platforming her, arguing the platform should allow people to appeal rather than simply 'hang up' on them.  She added a claim the company has a conflict of interest, because the daughter of Dr Anthony Fauci, the US's top Covid advisor, allegedly works for the company as a software engineer.    Dr Wolf said the content she had, until recently, been tweeting would not be great for any investigation into the origins of the Covid-19 or Dr Fauci's handling of the pandemic.     Twitter suspended American author Naomi Wolf after she tweeted myths about Covid-19 vaccines and 5G The American author was suspended after claiming jabs were a 'software platform that can receive uploads' in one tweet and later comparing Dr Fauci to 'satan'  She later backtracked and admitted she does not blame Dr Fauci's daughter for...
                        Live from Music Row Tuesday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  host Leahy welcomed liberal, feminist, author, and freedom lover Dr. Naomi Wolf to the newsmakers line to discuss her permanent ban from Twitter after questioning COVID vaccines, citing current state legislation and Moderna website published content. Leahy: And we are welcoming to our newsmaker line. Our good friend Dr. Naomi Wolf, the author of the 1991 feminist classic, The Beauty Myth: How Images of Beauty Are Used Against Women. She was an advisor to Al Gore in 2000. And now the left doesn’t like her because she’s talking about some health freedom issues. Good morning, Naomi. Wolf: Good morning to you. How are you? Leahy: I’m glad to have you on. So Twitter has suspended you? Oh, my goodness. What did you do? (Laughs) Wolf: (Chuckles) Well, that is a good question. I certainly didn’t violate any...
    This March 8, International Women’s Day is commemorated, so it is expected that a feminist march will be held where several people will take to the streets, mainly those in the center of CdMx, for this reason metal fences have been placed around the National Palace, something that Pati Chapoy criticized. It was through Twitter that the host of Ventaneando reacted to a video where the security that the National Palace already has a few days after the feminist march is observed. Although the journalist criticized this government measure in the tweet, Twitter users attacked Pati Chapoy and even her name became a trend on the social network. “That is the size of fear,” wrote Pati Chapoy. Immediately the reactions to her tweet did not wait as many users on Twitter attacked Pati Chapoy, in addition, people reminded her that almost two years ago she issued comments against a feminist march. Although the journalist now seems to be in favor of the march that will take place on March 8, in 2019 Pati Chapoy criticized...
    The campaign meant to empower the movement created heated debate within the framework of International Women’s Day. March 5, 2021 3 min read This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. It is not new that a brand tries to join a social movement, but that, due to the execution, the result is not what they expected. Within the framework of International Women’s Day, the Panama footwear brand launched its “feminist” line. However, the image and texts published on social networks unleashed several comments and criticisms. “Facts are loves and not good intentions”, as the saying goes, could be a good way to explain what happened. The intention of Panama, as explained in its networks (before deleting them) was to make visible the problem that the country faces with respect to feminicides and gender violence. Panama stayed pic.twitter.com/Ku1IefECCS – LuisCardenasMX (@LuisCardenasMx) March 5, 2021 The product portrays tennis shoes of different colors with...
    The campaign that is supposed to empower the movement, sparked a debate within the framework of International Women’s Day. March 5, 2021 4 min read This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. It is not new that a brand tries to join a social movement, but that, due to the execution, the result is not what they expected. Within the framework of International Women’s Day, the Panama footwear brand launched its “feminist” line. However, the image published on social networks unleashed several comments and criticisms. “Facts are loves and not good intentions”, as the saying goes, could be a good way to explain what happened. The intention of Panama, as explained in its networks (before deleting them) was to make visible the problem that the country faces with respect to feminicides and gender violence. Panama stayed pic.twitter.com/Ku1IefECCS – LuisCardenasMX (@LuisCardenasMx) March 5, 2021 The product portrays tennis...
    While some progressive feminist groups do not appear to be speaking out after a former aide accused New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment, UltraViolet co-founder Shaunna Thomas said Monday that he should "apologize." "This would be a good time for [Cuomo] to apologize and prove he's going to do better by addressing systemic sexual harassment and enacting #OneFairWage," Thomas wrote on Twitter. UltraViolet, which describes itself as a "community of people mobilized to fight sexism and create a more inclusive world," retweeted her post. Thomas stopped short of calling for Cuomo, a Democrat, to resign. FORMER AIDE SAYS CUOMO SEXUALLY HARASSED HER 'FOR YEARS' Fox News' inquiries to women's groups, the Me Too Movement, Time's Up and EMILY's List were not returned at the time of publication. In this Dec. 3, 2020, photo provided by the Office of Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Cuomo holds up samples of empty packaging for the COVID-19 vaccine during a news conference in the Red Room at the State Capitol in Albany, N.Y. (Mike Groll/Office of Governor of Andrew M. Cuomo via AP) Cuomo is dealing with an accusation of...
    Famous 18th-century writer Mary Wollstonecraft, often hailed as the mother of feminism, was commemorated with a statue in England on Tuesdsay. But unlike most public figures memorialized in this way, the statue doesn’t depict Wollstonecraft herself. Instead, sculptor Maggi Hambling produced a small female nude atop a pillar made from swirling, abstract female forms, titling her sculpture “For Mary Wollstonecraft.” Hide @RuthWilsonPR Hide The anonymous nude sculpture has received a lot of backlash on Twitter. Hide “I am glad that we are all talking about #MarryWollstonecraft today,” Sophie Walker tweeted. “I think it’s really important to celebrate and mark with public statues the contribution of women. I know how hard and for how long the team worked to make this happy. I also really wish it wasn’t a naked statue.” @sophierunning Hide “I know a thing or fifty about statues of women and this is exactly what you get if you let lazy art values come before the politics the statue is meant to represent,” Tracy King tweeted. “It’s a shocking waste of an opportunity that can’t be undone....
    Amid sexual harassment allegations against Anurag Kashyap, Bollywood actress Taapsee Pannu shared a post with a picture of the duo, calling him the ‘biggest feminist’ she knows of. It looks like with this post, Taapsee has indirectly come out in defence of the filmmaker, a day after Telugu actress accused him of sexual harassment. Taapsee siding with her Manmarziyaan director wrote,”For you, my friend, are the biggest feminist I know. See you on the sets soon of yet another piece of art that shows how powerful and significant women are in the world you create.”Telugu Actress Who Accused Anurag Kashyap of Sexual Misconduct Had Earlier Made Similar Allegations Against Irfan Pathan, Claims Filmmaker Anand Kumar. The actress shared a picture with the filmmaker whilst coming in support of him. Taapsee’s post comes after a Telugu actress on Saturday, September 19 took to Twitter and wrote that the Gangs of Wasseypur director was sexually inappropriate towards her. In her post, the actress tagged Prime Minister Narendra Modi, requesting him to take action against Kashyap after which netizens began to trend...
    Topsy bun Has come out in favor Anurag Kashyap, Saturday evening after the filmmaker was charged with sexual misconduct. Sharing an honest monochromatic click, presumably from their film collection, Topsy wrote, “For you, my friend, are the greatest feminists I know. You will soon find in the collection another art collection that shows just how powerful and significant women are in the world you create. ”Topsy and Anurag Kashyap Collaborated on initiatives such as ‘Sand Ki Ang’ and ‘Manmarjian’. Payal Ghosh, who starred in ‘Patel Ki Punjabi Shaadi’, accused Anurag Kashyap of trying to force himself. She shared Twitter, “Anuragkashyap72 forced myself and is very bad. PMOIndia arenarendramodi ji, please take action and let the monster country behind this creative guy. I know this will harm me and my safety is at stake. Pls help. “Speaking to ETimes, Payal revealed that he had tweeted about the incident during the MeToo movement, but many told him to delete it because he would stop getting the job. On his part, Anurag Kashyap said the allegations were baseless. “I do not tolerate or...
    Another Joe Biden staffer is apologizing for past insensitive remarks, including one in which he said he wanted to tell a girl to make him a sandwich “just to see the look on her disgusted feminist face.” Michael Ramirez was recently hired as a “digital organizing director” in Arizona, and the Arizona Daily Independent found a number of tweets that would likely trigger any leftist. “I want to tell a girl to make me a sandwich just to see the look on her disgusted feminist face,” he wrote in 2012. “Let’s talk about dat ass….lmaooo,” Ramirez said in 2014. “It’s hard as f*ck to hit on women when you’re drunk,” he mused in 2013. “You know how hard it is to make sense when you can’t feel your tongue?” “I wish a police officer would ask me for my papers,” Ramirez wrote on Twitter in 2014. “I would tell him to go f*ck himself.” Now, Ramirez is apologizing — not to feminists and police, but to the Biden campaign. “The views expressed in these years-old tweets don’t reflect the views...
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