Today at Noon Pacific, 1 PM Mountain, 2 Central and 3 Eastern Time, Paul Elam will be conducting a special interview with writer, artist, videographer and men’s advocate Alison Tieman, also known as Typhon Blue.
Tieman has already left an important legacy in the men’s human rights movement with her stellar examinations of gender roles, causing many of us, even the old timers, to rethink our approach to the problems we address in this movement with an improved understanding.
Some of her most prominent work has been on debunking both myths and bad research methodology on rape and what is now called “rape culture.”
For some time she has been a “go to” source when AVFM has been contacted by Canadian media, serving as a knowledgeable and articulate spokesperson for the men’s movement.
Today we will be talking about Alison’s work, and about many of the recent events in Canada which have made the news concerning the men’s movement and the feminist backlash that has ensued.