The Voice of Europe – Episode 152– Intersectional religion
On May 8, Jon Gunnarsson, Lucian Vâlsan and James Huff, will be going through the news concerning sexual politics on the Old Continent in the last week.
In this show we’ll allot an unusually high amount of time to religion – but we’ll be ecumenical about it. The religion of feminist intersectionality and the religion of Islam will get roughly equal coverage as they… intersected with each other quite a lot in the last week.
The far Left president of Austria suggested that he might require all women to wear a hijab because, you see, it’s every woman’s right to wear what she wants. Unless the government decides to combat ‘Islamophobia’ by forcing them to wear what the government wants them to. Seems legit.
In other news, a Norwegian feminist argues that it’s great for 7 year olds to watch porn. This would be in the country where 7 year olds can’t legally sign a document but can legally change their sex. Meanwhile, in Germany, there’s a serious concern that the tax form is not female-friendly so filing taxes is thus inherently patriarchal.
And, finally, breastfeeding is natural. Well, we might have to apologize for saying that because a study has shown that pointing out such reality is unethical because… well… because it offends feminists or whatever.
So the stories discussed tonight are as follows:
Sweden’s “First feminist government” admits it did not vote against Saudi Arabia entering UN’s Women’s Rights Commission
Austrian President calls on all women to wear headscarves in solidarity with Muslims to fight ‘rampant Islamophobia’
German male escort’s data hidden from paternity suit woman
Ist das Steuerformular frauenfeindlich?
Werberat verurteilt “Osterhöschen”: Palmers soll “sofort stoppen”
– Det er ikke så farlig at barn ser på porno
Netflix removes chromosome explanation of sexes from Bill Nye the Science Guy
Study: Describing Breastfeeding as ‘Natural’ Is Unethical Because It Reinforces Gender Roles
The show starts at 7PM BST (London, Reykjavik and Lisbon time)
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For the listeners in America this means 2 PM EST, 1 PM CST, 12 PM MST and 11 AM PST.
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