Cassie Jaye, creator of The Red Pill, a documentary about the men’s movement (I interviewed her on episode 814), was recently on Australian television to discuss the film, which is being banned in Australian theaters.
(Incidentally, can you imagine the outrage if Australian theaters banned a left-wing film, especially one made by a woman?)
As you can see, the hosts (1) make zero effort to understand her point of view (can you imagine, say, an LGBT activist being treated with anything but the most exquisite efforts at understanding?), (2) badger her about her choice of interviewees, and (3) in effect defend the de facto banning of her film.
Along the way, we also learn that the hosts have not seen the film.
Can you imagine the response if a female filmmaker who released a left-wing film were treated so disrespectfully?
So as if you didn’t know already, feminists and SJWs are not concerned about women. I’m not saying that for shock value. They simply are not. What they care about is constructing an echo chamber, and they’re prepared to smear and attack to get it.
(Thanks to Paul C.)