For the first Feminist Ire podcast, myself, Sinéad Redmond, Sue Jordan, Yaz O’Connor, Lisa Keogh Finnegan, Helen Guinane sat down and talked about the issues of consent issues in sex, tea, alcohol and everyday life in general – and how it’s ok to say no.
Eilís Ní Fhlannagáin performs her spoken word piece “Ruth.” (This starts at 90:00 if you want to skip straight to that).
If you’ve been affected by any of these issues regarding consent or rape or sexual assault you can contact Dublin Rape Crisis Phone Line on: 1800 77 8888
If you need information on accessing information on abortion services you can contact the Abortion Support Network.
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Was an honour to do this podcast with yourself and the other amazing ladies! Thanks for doing all the tech stuff too!
In the event that anybody names themselves as being women’s activist and backings anything toward misandry, at that point they are not what they say they are. They go too far amongst women’s liberation and misandry. If you don’t mind comprehend this. I am for finished correspondence, sexual orientation imbalance is a genuine social issue. I would know, I have genuine involvement with it day by day, and I am in a social issues class in school right now. I am a glad women’s activist who bolsters the majority of its goals, I don’t bolster misandry.
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Misandry is not a real thing. Women giving voice to our frustration with male behaviour in the context of patriarchal society is not even remotely comparable to the structural oppression of women within patriarchal society. Also, what is the point of your link?