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"emily vander wert" Discussed on KPCC

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04:37 min | 11 months ago

"emily vander wert" Discussed on KPCC

"I'm Jen Wind. This is one, eh? We're discussing the biggest moment in pop culture this month with Eric Deggans, TV critic for NPR. Brooke Obie Award winning film critic and author, and Emily Vander Wert critic at large for box water tweets that they're watching Lucifer scandal power and peaky blinders all shows that I plan to watch long ago but was never home long enough to do so. Until now. Hashtag stay at home. John Tweets. I don't know if an Internet show count. It does, but I've been making it through with critical role, not familiar with that one. But it will have to look it up well before the break. We were talking about the Queen's gambit and Brookie. You have a few criticisms of this show. What are your thoughts? I do have a few criticisms. I mean, I think it's what Aretha Franklin would call a great gowns, beautiful gown situation. I mean, it's visually stunning the costume and set designer all a plus, but I think the most important pieces on the chess board are your characters and your story, and I think that's where it falls apart. For me. There is the only black character in the entire show. Um, is named Jolene and she is played by the Fantastic Moses Ingram, but is unfortunately not given much too. Do other than to be what I would call a magical mammy stereotype of a character. She only exists to further the story and of Beth the main character and to help her on her journey on did it turns out at the end of the show with her learner's spoil early, But she essentially is ah black woman who has been able to save a lot of money for herself to go to law school, which in the 19 sixties and seventies is a huge deal. And, um Beth has ended up spending all of her money, wasting all of her money on her addictions and on her shopping habit that she has and Jolene gives Thousands of dollars that she saved for law school in the 19 seventies as a black woman trying to make her life better. Um over to Beth, Um, help Beth because Beth needs her help on. I just find that to be a really, really offensive fantasy of how a black woman in this time period or any time period would behave based on Very flimsy storytelling. As far as what the relationship between these two characters is. And, you know, I think that that is, um It's It's unfortunate in 2020 that we're still seeing these kinds of characters on, but they would do this to their only black character. Um, you know, Thea. Other major criticism, I think was very well laid out in Harper's Bazaar with by the author lily Dancing, Er, um, who was talking about the myth of the drug induced genius that You know, the route show Beth really feels like she can on Lee participate on a genius level while playing chess if she is high on drugs, and since that is something that a lot of people with addictions, um it's a myth that a lot of people with addictions continue to believe that continues. Tonto keep them in their addiction instead of being able to be free of their addiction and T O seek help for their addiction. Because they believe that they're not able to operate at the level that they should be operating without those addictions without those drugs on do because it is a myth. It's just really unfortunate that that pretty much takes up the entirety of this Syriza's, and it is only debunked in a very small way towards the end of the show. So I think, just in 2020 these air just two main things that shouldn't be happening in the shows that that game. Popularity and gained support. So I just found those two things really unfortunate. Well, I'll confess. I've only watched a couple of episodes of the Queen scam, but but from what I've seen online people have strong reactions to it in one direction or the other. Let's turn to something else knew this month, HBO adapted Tana Haci coats acclaimed 2015 book between the World and Me, and it's written as a letter to his son. Here's the film opened with actor Joe Morton. This is the week You learn. The killers of Michael Brown. Never be punished..

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"emily vander wert" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

03:24 min | 11 months ago

"emily vander wert" Discussed on KPCC

"But there are people who've covered the royal family closely who dispute some of the portrayals. Well, another show that seems to be on everyone's radar. Right now. It's the Queen's gambit. This miniseries on Netflix turns its spotlight on an orphaned female chess prodigy. Jive o'clock, no Wave o'clock sharing system. Your opponent doesn't have one. Come back to the desk and will loan you want. Play starts in 20 minutes. What you're reading. I don't have a rating. Have you ever played in determined before? No. Are you sure you want to do this? I'm sure way. Don't have a woman section Put your beginner's I'm not a beginning. Doesn't matter. If you're an unrated player, you're going beginners with people under 1600 was the price for beginners. 20. What about the other section? First prize in the open is 100. Is it against any role for me to be in the open? Not exactly Put me in the open, Emily. What did you think about the Queen's gambit? I really enjoyed the Queen's camera. Tom and you Taylor Joy who plays the lead character. We just heard her talking. There is one of my favorite actors working right now, and she is just fantastic to watch in this her micro expressions when you just sort of focus on her face and close up. Just tell the whole story, And it's such an involving story to its. It hits all the beats. You'd expect of a coming of age story or an underdog sports movie. So it's kind of this weird combination of something like you know my so called life and then something like Rocky and like, I don't know how those two tastes work together, but they work together perfectly. But it is a drama about chest. I mean, why do you think it's become such a hit? I think that it is really good at portraying chest in a way where you feel like you understand it without having to know all the ins and outs. When you watch this. You get sort of a working knowledge of the stuff that you need to know about chess, but it doesn't sit there and explain every game and how it works. And yet There's a wonderful Twitter threat that explains all of the chest theory and like it all totally holds up. It all totally makes sense. So if you are a chess expert, there will be a lot to enjoying the show. But if you're like me, and I've never played chess like you can watch it just as a story about unlikely come from behind victory by this young woman. Talking to Emily Vander Wert, critic at large for Box Brooke Obie Award winning film critic and author and Eric Deggans TV critic for NPR. In a moment, we'll hear well here, Brooks critiques of the Queen's gambit, and we'll also continue to hit list with the Fresh Prince of Bel Air Re union and a new batch of holiday movies. I'm generally This is one A from W A. M. You and NPR. Hi. It's melody calling from Lyme, Connecticut. Some of your Lister's night might be interested to know that the Queen's gambit very original on novel was written by Walter Tevis, who was a professor at Southern Connecticut State College. And he was my professor there, and he was a marvelous man, Talented man. Ah, kind and gentle in giving man, especially when he was marking up your essays. He was very compassionate and then a wonderful writer. He also wrote the hustler, so that that's something I think your listeners might be interested in. Thank you. Not you..

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"emily vander wert" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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06:09 min | 1 year ago

"emily vander wert" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"And I'm not going to take crap from staffers who believe that opinions are threatening to safety. I'm not going to accuse of threatening someone safety for signing on to an Indian opinion about how council culture is generally bad. Emily Vander Wert says his signature on the letter makes me feel less safe box and believe slightly less in its stated goals of building more diverse and more thoughtful workplace on more practical level, the presence of man's tweets and his signature to a letter like this do make my job slightly more difficult. Today, do they, really, as it would be readers and sources too often acquaint my positions with heads. After all, he remains one of our most prominent staffers. I don't want match me reprimanded or fired or even ask to submit no apology during any of the above would only solidify in his own mind the idea that he's being martyred for his beliefs. But I do want to make clear that those beliefs cost him nothing. They're not particularly risky. They're not particularly sound even I'm used to hearing them from people who believe my own lived experiences pale in comparison to their own momentary social media discomfort. I'm sorry to find that among those voices at No point did Iglesias compare his experiences in life to this Emily, the underworld character? I mean, it's just It's amazing. It's amazing. So calling out Matthew Iglesias publicly he's Matthew was Bad enough to sign this letter. It will this this sort of pressure, which has bubbled up again. There is nothing in the letter is about trans people, not a single thing in letter. In fact, the letter basically says we're members of the left. We support. If you just read that letter in any objective way that you would come away with his they support All of the propaganda put forth by the trans movement. Generally, Jake a rally is on the letter because it doesn't make that explosive. But the whole thing is about social justice and equality. And we hate Trump and all of this, if you just read that letter without knowing any of the signatory There's no way you could possibly come away with the opinion of the people who wrote that letter. Do anything except support the idea that biological man become a woman writing that that just does not exist in the text of the letter, But what's hilarious is that they're the sweets that are going around things like one of the things you should think about in that letter. Are you responsible? Oh, the actions and opinions of people who are also signatories to the letter. But should we assume if you're mad, Iglesias, you now agree with J. K. Rowling on trans issues. Of course not. That's the stupidest thing I've ever heard in my entire life. Theresa the map you Iglesias is also a Cambodian genocide denier like Noam Chomsky like No. If I signed on to a letter with a bunch of other people, the text of the letter is what we have in common. What is it that it is nothing else. There is no way to impute any other agreements on any other issue other than the letter that we have commonly sign what in the world, But what is this result in it results in people starting to pull down their support. So one of the original signature raises a person. Jennifer Finney Boylan, who's a trans person A trick. I believe general. Correct. I believe that Jennifer, I'm gonna look it up just to make sure that Jennifer Finney Boylan writes for The New York Times and isn't back yet. Transgender activists professor at Barnard College of Columbia University. And this person put out a statement. Quote. I did not know who else had signed that letter. I thought I was endorsing a well meaning at big message against Internet shaming. I did know Chomsky signing that Woodward and I thought, Good company. First of all this demonstrates your perspective when you think that Noam Chomsky is good company Gloria Steinem is great company, but Jennifer Finney Boylan, the consequences are mind to their eye and so sorry and so sorry. So out of fear of being handled and being ostracised by trans rights community, a trans person I signed on the letter now has two now has to apologize. And then there's a person named Carrie Greenidge carry. Greenidge is one of the signatories and I believe is the melon, assistant professor in the Department of Studies of Racist Colonialism and Diaspora at Tufts University. I said, there's a person very much of left to carry. Greenidge signed the letter and then wrote in a tweet. I do not endorse this. Harper's letter. I'm in contact with Harper's about our attraction, so people are now walking the stuff back right. They have to walk it back because the blowback cancel culture isn't real And also you will be cancelled if you signed a letter saying the Cancel culture Israel Really well done, everyone. So how about his cancel culture? Cancel culture is so bad that we have no cancelled, acting and also research. These are a couple things that we have cancelled. But don't worry, it doesn't exist. And if you mention it exists, then you're a threat to somebody else's safety, your threats of somebody else's safety. So how do we just cancel acting we had in the past. What a couple of years Several high profile actresses who have been told that they're not allowed to play trans people. If you want to cast a trans person, the person has to be Trans. In other words, Let's say that you want to play a trans man, which means a biological woman who believes that that she is a male What do you want to play that? And you're a biological woman, which seems like it checks most of the marks for playing a biological woman like last night checked playing a biological woman believes she is a man that was like you should be able to play that your biological woman correct like just putting it out there. That's like saying you have Ah, black person who believes in particular cause of your black person should able to play that person. Even if you don't necessarily believe in that political cause. It's called acting guys, But here you can fulfil the physical criteria. Right and because again by large woman playing biological woman, so apparently not. We had a couple of situations in the recent past, in which this has not been the case, just pointing out from Hollywood's perspective if you are Not a trans person, and you play a trans person in any generation win an Oscar or re release nominated for one right. Jared leader won an Oscar like a couple of years ago for Dallas Buyers Club playing a trans person and I believe Eddie Redmayne was nominated for an Oscar for playing a trans person a couple of years ago so that it's pretty much gold ticket to Oscar time. But not anymore. Not anymore. Now it's all stopped. Scarlett Johansson you'll recall about a year ago, was supposed to play a trans person. In a movie those I think called rub and tug or something, and the movie was canceled because Scarlett Johansson is in fact, a woman. A biological woman does not believe that she is a biological man, and therefore not trans. Halle Berry just went through the same thing to Halle Berry was about to be cast in a story about a trans man meaning a biological woman, and now she's pulled out of this. Here's the statement she released, But the full malice struggle session attached is the best acting frankly, that Halle Berry has done since Monster monsters Ball is right here in this statement first, I'm also gonna need an explanation on why Halle Berry was able to play in X Men character when she sees that she is, in fact, not a mutant. She actually is not a mutant. And yet she was playing a mutant who can shoot lightning from her from her fingertips, So I'm gonna need like an explanation as to the bigotry against lightning fingertips mutants anyway, Halle Berry says. Over the weekend. I had the opportunity to discuss my consideration of an upcoming role as a transgender man. I'd like to apologize for those remarks as assist general woman I know, understand. I should not have considered this role..

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"emily vander wert" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"emily vander wert" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"1000 thing pieces from people who are dumb, but it is also creating very on alliances. How far is left gone? They forced me into now defending Matthew Iglesias. So well done, Everybody all the way around. There's a writer named Emily. Evander Worth was a trans woman, which is to say biological man who says she's the one who says he is a woman. And and this person writes to the editors as a trans woman very much values for position at box and the support the publication has given her through the emotional and physical turmoil of transition. I was deeply saddened to see Matt Iglesias his signature on the Harper's weekly letter. Now you may be saying yourself Wait a second trends. Stuff isn't even mentioned in that letter. Like I just read the entire text of the letter to you out loud. Not once our transitions mentioned not a single solitary time. But, says Emily Vander Werf. Matt is, of course, entitled to his own opinion. I know he's a more nuanced thinker and signing the letter would suggest thing. You're more nuanced thinker is just a suggestion that he didn't really know what you're signing. There's no new monster letter. No, there's nuances letter. You just don't like what the letters as well, Just say it more. You're not nuanced. Ina is a way for somebody in the left to basically sneer at new injury, gin and paternalistic concern for your stupidity. And so Emily Vander Wert again. This was written to matter glaciers that the editor is it at the ad box where he's co founder, right? Has never been anything but kind to me and is often supported my work publicly, all of which I am extremely grateful for, But But the letter signed as it is by several prominent anti trans voices and continues many job whistles toward anti trans positions, as it does ideally would not have been signed by anybody in box, much less one of most prominent people in our publication again, mats, opinions and experiences are his own. You can do what he wants in his free time, but his signature being on the letter makes me feel less safe box. God. There it is. There it is. Oh, so you have to do is wait for it, like seven sentences. Eight sentences every time every time. Cancel culture warriors they go to I feel inside. You know you should do. You should really start something. I think you can call it. Maybe. Like the committee on public Safety. You call it the Committee on public safety. And then you can just go around canceling people. And if you don't really, really got problems, just behead them, in fact, like the Committee of Public Safety, which was a for those who are not hitting the references In overt reference to the French revolution. The committee of Public Safety was the provisional government of France during the reign of terror. That's why I'm making the reference. You can call it the committee of Public Safety because your safety has been threatened. Don't you see you've been threatened by the fact that Matthew Iglesias signed onto an extraordinarily and a nine letter about the evils of council culture? And you can say Well, you know, as a trans woman, I now feel threatened. So the letter Khun simultaneously suggests that the person that you are writing about quote has never been anything but kind to me and is often supported my work publicly, but also his opinion. It makes me feel less a fool so so unsafe so much unsafe this happening. They used the exact excused by the way for firing Kevin Williamson at the Atlantic. They hired chemical incident, the Atlantic and then a bunch of feminist said I feel unsafe. Kevin Williamson has been hired at the Atlantic, he said, and like his, he's sitting with his his house in in Texas. You never met any of these people. I feel someone saved. I'm feeling so unsafe. Really did send a death threat to you. Did he leave like an anonymous phone? Call on your phone? What exactly did you what matter Glaziers do to Emily Vander Wert? You call this person up on their phones say, I think that you are a biological man, and therefore I just miss your existence. What exactly is the big threatening thing? Matt Iglesias did he didn't say anything about trans stuff matter. Gracie's agrees with this person on trans policies he's written about it. Extensively. OK, look, What are you What, But apparently it's a threat to safety for this person to even appear on a list of people like J. K. Rowling is J. K. Rowling said. Well, that's really what this letter is. This particular blowback is about J. K. Rowling, who said the biological women exist which by the way is not a threatening position. I'm sorry. It is not a threat to your safety for me to point out that a biological man is, in fact, a biological man and not a woman. Okay. That is not a threat to your safety. I'm not saying anything bad should happen to you. I think anybody who tries to threaten you should go to jail, right? The law applies to you, just as it applies to everyone else. But the idea is, if you disagree with him, if you make me feel less for if you make me feel bad, then you threaten my safety. You have threatened my safety. Your words are more damaging than me ruining your career or going or going to the editors at your publication and publicly. Is that by the way, let me just say this man Iglesias, you're the co founder of Box Is somebody at my organization said something like this, like put out a public letter suggesting that I had threatened their safety for an opinion of mine will be out on their ass. The next day, I would fire them the next day the next day, because let me explain. I run my publication, Okay?.

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"emily vander wert" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"emily vander wert" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"And I'm not going to take crap from staffers who believe that opinions are are threatening to safety. I'm not going to accuse of threatening someone safety for signing on to an Ana dine opinion about how council culture is generally bad. Emily Vander Wert says his signature on the letter makes me feel less safe about believe, slightly less in its stated goals of building more diverse and more thoughtful workplace on more practical level, the presence of man's tweets and his signature to a letter like this do make my job slightly more difficult. Do they do They really as it would be readers and sources too often equate my positions with his afterall. He remains one of our most prominent staffers. I don't want man to be reprimanded or fired, or even ask to submit no apology during any of the above would only solidify in his own mind the idea that he's being martyred for his beliefs. But I do want to make clear that those beliefs cost him nothing. They're not particularly risky. They're not particularly sound even I'm used to hearing them from people who believe my own lived experiences pale in comparison to their own momentary social media discomfort. I'm sorry to find that among those voices, No pointed Iglesias compare his experiences in life to this Emily underworld character. I mean, it's just It's amazing. It's amazing. So calling out Matthew Iglesias publicly he's Matthew Places was Bad enough to sign this letter. It will this this sort of pressure, which is bubbled up again. There is nothing in the letter about trans people, not a single thing in letter. In fact, the letter basically says we're members of the left. We support. If you just read that letter in any objective way that you would come away with his they support All of the propaganda put forth by the trans movement. Generally, Jake a rally is on the letter because it doesn't make that explosive. But the whole thing is about social justice and equality. And we hate Trump and all of this, like, if you just read that letter without knowing any of the signatory There's no way you could possibly come away with the opinion of the people who wrote that letter. Do anything except support the idea that biological man become a woman writing that that does not exist in the text of the letter, But what's hilarious is that they're the sweets that are going around things like one of the things we should think about in that letter. Are you responsible? The actions and opinions of people who are also signatories to the water. I should we assume that if you're mad, Iglesias, you now agree with J. K. Rowling on trans issues. Of course not. That's the stupidest thing I've ever heard in my entire life to reason. The Matthew Iglesias is also a Cambodian genocide denier like Noam Chomsky like No. If I signed on to a letter with a bunch of other people, the text of the letter is what we have in common. It isn't there is nothing else. There is no way to impute any other agreements on any other issue other than the letter that we have commonly sign what in the world, But what is this result in it results in people starting to pull down their support. So one of the original signatories is a prison in Jennifer Finney. Boylan was a trans person a trip. I believe general correct. I believe that Jennifer I'm gonna look it up just to make sure that Jennifer Finney Boylan writes for The New York Times. And isn't back yet. Transgender activists professor at Barnard College of a Columbia University and this person put out a statement quote I did not know who else had signed that letter. I thought I was endorsing a well meaning at big message against Internet shaming. I did know Chomsky signing that would warrant and I thought, Good company. First of all this demonstrates your perspective when you think that Noam Chomsky is good company, Gloria Steinem is great company. But, says Jennifer Finney Boylan, the consequences are mind to bear. I am so sorry. I'm so sorry. So out of fear of being handled and being ostracised by trans rights community, A trans person we signed on the letter now has two now has to apologize. Then there's a person named Carrie Greenidge carry. Greenidge is one of the signatories and I believe is the melon assistant professor in the Department of Studies of Race of Colonialism, and I asked for a Tuft university. I said, there's a person very much of left to carry. Greenidge signed the letter and then wrote in a tweet. I do not endorse this. Harper's letter. I'm in contact with Harper's about our attraction. People are now walking the stuff back right? They have to walk it back because the blowback cancel culture isn't real. And also you will be cancelled. If you signed a letter saying the cancel culture Israel really well done, everyone. So how about his cancel culture? Cancel culture is so bad that we have no cancelled, acting and also research. These are a couple things that we have cancelled. But don't worry, it doesn't exist. And if you mention it exists, and you're a threat to somebody else's safety. Or threats of somebody else's safe. So how do we just cancel acting all we had in the past? What couple of years Several high profile actresses who have been told that they're not allowed to play trans people. If you wanna cast a trans person, the person has to be trained. In other words. Let's say that you want to play a trans man, which means a biological woman who believes that that she is a male. What's it that you want to play that and you're a biological woman, which seems like it checks most of the marks for playing a biological woman like last night checked. Like a biological woman believes she is a man that sounds like you should be able to play that if your biological woman correct like just putting it out there That's like saying you have. Ah, black person believes in particular cause Of your black person. You should able to play that person, even if you don't necessarily believe in that political cause. It's called acting guys. But here even fulfill the physical criteria right and because again by large woman playing biological woman so Apparently not. We've had a couple of situations in the recent past, in which this has not been the case, just pointing out from Hollywood's perspective..

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"emily vander wert" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"emily vander wert" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"So cancel culture letter and Harper's has launched 1000 thing pieces from people who are dumb, but it is also creating very on alliances. How far is left gone? They forced me into now defending Matthew Iglesias. So well done, Everybody all the way around. There's a writer named Emily Evander Worf was a trans woman, which is to say biological man who says she's the one who says he is a woman. And and this person writes to the editors as a trans woman were very much values for position at Fox and the support the publication has given her through the emotional and physical turmoil of transition. I was deeply saddened to see Matt Iglesias his signature on the Harper's weekly letter. Now you may be saying yourself. Wait a second trends. Stuff isn't even mentioned in that letter. Like I just read the entire text of the letter to you out loud. Not once our transitions mentioned not a single solitary time, but, says Emily Vander Werf. That is, of course, entitled to his own opinion. I know he's a more nuanced thinker and signing the letter would suggest thing. You're more nuanced thinker is just a suggestion that he didn't really know what we're signing. There's no new monster. Let her know There's nuances letter. You just don't like what the letters as well you just say it more. You're not nuanced enough. Is a way for somebody in the left to basically sneer at new interest in and paternalistic concern for your stupidity. And so Emily Vander Wert again. This was written to matter glaciers that the editors at the ad box where he's co founder, right? Has never been anything but kind to me and is often support network publicly, all of which I am extremely grateful for, but But the letter signed as it is by several prominent anti trans voices and continues many dog whistles toward anti trans positions, as it does ideally would not have been signed by anybody at box, much less one of most prominent people at our publication again, Mats, opinions and experiences are his own. You can do what he wants in his free time, but his signature being on the letter makes me feel less safe box. There it is. There it is. Oh, you have to do is wait for it, like seven sentences. Eight sentences every time every time. Cancel culture warriors they go to I feel inside. You know you should do. You should really start something. I think you can call it. Maybe. Like the committee on public Safety. You call it the Committee on public safety. And then you can just go around canceling people. And if you don't really, really got problems, just behead them. In fact, like a committee on public safety, which was a for those when they're hitting. The reference is in. In an overt reference to the French revolution. The committee of Public Safety was the provisional government of France during the reign of terror. That's why I'm making the reference. You can call it the committee of Public Safety because your safety has been threatened. Don't you see you've been threatened by the fact that Matthew Iglesias signed onto extraordinarily and a nine letter about the evils of council culture and you can say Well, you know, as a trans woman, I now feel threatened. So the letter Khun simultaneously suggests that the person that you are writing about quote has never been anything but kind to me and is often supported my work publicly, but also his opinion. It makes me feel less safe. Who's so so unsafe so much unsafe this happening? They used the exact same excuse by the way for firing Kevin Williamson at the Atlantic. They hired chemical incident, the Atlantic and then a bunch of feminist said. I feel unsafe that Kevin Williamson has been hired at the Atlantic, he said. Like Is he sitting with his his house and in Texas? You never met any of these people. I feel someone saved. I'm feeling so unsafe. Really did send a death threat to you. Did you leave like an anonymous phone call on your phone? What exactly did you do? What a man Iglesias due to Emily Vander Wert. You call this person up on their phones say, I think that you are a biological man, and therefore I dismiss your existence. What exactly is the big threatening thing? Mattingly system. He didn't say anything about trans stuff matter. Gracie's agrees with this person on trans policies is written about it. Sensibly. Okay, Look, what are you What? But apparently, it's a threat to safety for this person to even appear on a list of people like J. K. Rowling is J. K. Rowling. Someone that's really what this letter is. This particular blowback is about J. K. Rowling, who said the biological women exist. Which, by the way is not a threatening position. I'm sorry. It is not a threat to your safety for me to point out that a biological man is, in fact, a biological man and not a woman. Okay. That is not a threat to your safety. I'm not saying anything bad should happen to you. I think anybody who tries to threaten you should go to jail, right? The law applies to you, just as it applies to everyone else. But the idea is, if you disagree with him, if you make me feel less for if you make me feel bad, then you threaten my safety. You have threatened my safety. Your words are more damaging than me ruining your career or going or going to the editors at your publication and publicly. Is that by the way, let me just say this man Iglesias, You're the co founder of Ox. Is somebody at my organization said something like this, like put out a public letter suggesting that I had threatened their safety for an opinion of mine will be out on their ass. The next day, I would fire them the next day the next day, because let me explain. I run my publication, Okay?.

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"emily vander wert" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"emily vander wert" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"1000 thing pieces from people who are dumb, but it is also creating very on alliances. How far is left on they forced me into now defending Matthew Iglesias so well done, everybody all the way around. There's a writer named Emily. Evander Work was a trans woman, which is to say biological man who says she's the one who says he is a woman. And and this person writes to the editors as a trans woman very much values for position at Fox and the support the publication has given her through the emotional and physical turmoil of transition. I was deeply saddened to see Matt Iglesias his signature on the Harper's weekly letter. Now you may be saying yourself Wait a second trends. Stuff isn't even mentioned in that letter. Like I just read the entire text of the letter to you out loud, Not once our transitions mentioned. Not a single solitary time, but, says Emily dander work. That is, of course, entitled to his own opinion. I know he's a more nuanced thinker and signing the letter. Would you just think you're more nuanced thinker is just a suggestion that he didn't really know what you're signing. There's no new monster letter note. There is nuance of letter. You just don't like what the letter says. You just say it more You're not nuanced. Ina is a way for somebody in the left to basically sneer at you into origen and paternalistic concern for your stupidity. And so Emily Vander Wert again. This was written to matter glaciers that the editors at the ad box where he's go found right. Has never been anything but kind to me, and it's often supported our publicly, all of which I'm extremely grateful for, But But the letter signed as it is by several prominent anti trans voices and continues many job whistles toward anti trans positions, as it does ideally would not have been signed by anybody at box, much less one of most prominent people in our publication again. Mass opinions and experiences are his own. He can do what he wants in his free time, but his signature being on the letter makes me feel less safe box. Ah, there it is. There it is. I'll have to do is wait for like seven sentences. Eight sentences every time every time Cancel culture warriors they go to. I feel insane. You know, you should do. You should really start something. I think you can call it maybe like a committee on public safety to call it the Committee of public safety and then you can just go around canceling people. And if you don't really, really probably just behead them. In fact, like the Committee of Public Safety, which was a those were not getting the references in overt reference to the French revolution. The committee of Public Safety was the provisional government of France during the reign of terror. That's why I'm making the reference. You can call it a committee on public safety is your safety has been threatened? Don't you see you've been threatened by the fact that Matthew Iglesias signed onto an extraordinarily aniline letter about the evils of council culture? And you can say Well, you know, as a trans woman, I now feel friend. So the letter can simultaneously suggests that the person that you are writing about quote has never been anything but kind to me and is often supported my work publicly, but also his opinion. It makes me feel less a fool so so unsafe so much unsafe this happening. They used the exact same excuse by the way for firing Kevin Williams in the Atlantic, right. They hired chemical incident, the Atlantic and then a bunch of feminist said I feel unsafe. Kevin Williamson has been hired at the Atlantic, he said, and like his, he's sitting with his house and in Texas. You never met any of these people that I feel someone save. I'm feeling so unsafe. Really did send a death threat to you. Did he leave like an anonymous phone? Call on your phone? What exactly did you automatically c'est due to Emily Vander Wert. He called his person up on their phones. Say, I think that you are a biological man, and therefore I dismiss your existence. What exactly is the big threatening thing? That ugly sister He didn't say anything about trans stuff? Natto glasses, agrees with this person on trans policies. He's written about it extensively, OK, What are you what, but apparently threat to safety for this person to even appear. On a list of people like J. K. Rowling is Jacob Railings and, well, that's really what this letter is. This particular blowback is about J. K. Rowling, who said the biological women exist which, by the way is not a threatening position. I'm sorry. It is not a threat to your safety for me to point out that a biological man is, in fact, a biological man and not a woman. Okay. That is not a threat to your safety. I'm not saying anything bad should happen to you. I think anybody who tries to threaten you should go to jail, right? The law applies to you, just as it applies to everyone else. But the idea is, if you disagree with him, if you make me feel less fun If you make me feel bad, then you threatened my safety. You have threatened my safety. Your words are more damaging than me ruining your career or going are going to the editors of your publication and publicly. Is that by the way, let me just say this man Iglesias, You're the co founder of Ox. Is somebody at my organization said something like this, like put out a public letter suggesting that I had threatened their safety for an opinion of mine will be out on their ass. The next day, I would fire them the next day the next day, because let me explain. I run my publication, Okay?.

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04:53 min | 1 year ago

"emily vander wert" Discussed on 790 KABC

"And I'm not going to take crap from staffers who believe that opinions are threatening to safety. I'm not going to accuse of threatening someone safety for signing on to an Ana dine opinion about how council culture is generally bad. Emily Vander Wert says his signature on the letter makes me feel less safe box and believe slightly less in its stated goals of building more diverse and more thoughtful workplace on more practical level, the presence of maths tweets and its signature to a letter like this do make my job slightly more difficult. Do they do They, really as would be readers and sources too often acquaint my positions with his afterall. He remains one of our most prominent staffers. I don't want Matt to be reprimanded or fired, or even ask to submit no apology. Doing any of the above would only solidify in his own mind the idea that he's being martyred for his beliefs. But I do want to make clear that those beliefs cost him nothing. They're not particularly risky. They're not particularly sound even I'm used to hearing them from people who believe my own lived experiences pale in comparison to their own momentary social media discomfort. I'm sorry to find that among those voices at No point did Iglesias compare his experiences in life to this Emily underworld character? I mean, it's just It's amazing. It's amazing. So calling out Matthew Iglesias publicly because Matthew places was Bad enough to sign this letter. It will this this sort of pressure, which has bubbled up again. There is nothing in the letter about trans people, not a single thing in letter. In fact, the letter basically says we're members of left you support. If you just read that letter in any objective way that you would come away with his they support all of the propaganda put forth by the trans movement. Generally, Jake a rally is on the letter because it doesn't make that explosive but The whole thing is about social justice and equality, and we hate Trump and all of this, like, if you just read that letter without knowing any of the signatory, there's no way you could possibly come away with the opinion of the people who wrote that letter. Do anything except support the idea that biological man become a woman writing that that does not exist in the text of the letter. But what's hilarious is that they're the sweets that are going around things like one of the things you should think about in that letter. Are you responsible? The actions and opinions of people who are also signatories to the letter. I should we assume that if you're mad, Iglesias, you now agree with J. K. Rowling on trans issues. Of course not. That's the stupidest thing I've ever heard in my entire life to recent. Matthew Iglesias is also a Cambodian genocide denier like Noam Chomsky like No. If I signed on to a letter with a bunch of other people, the text of the letter is what we have in common. Hey, doesn't it is nothing else. There is no way to impute any other agreements on any other issue other than the letter that we have commonly sign, right? What in the world, But what is this result in it results in people starting to pull down their support. So one of the original signature raises a person, Jennifer Finney Boylan was a trans person. A trick. I believe general. Correct. I believe that Jennifer go look it up just to make sure that Jennifer Finney Boylan writes for The New York Times and isn't back a transgender activists professor at Barnard College of Columbia University. And this person put out a statement. Quote. I did not know who else had signed that letter. I thought I was endorsing a well meaning a big message against Internet shaming. I did know Chomsky, Steinem that Woodward and I thought, Good company. First of all this demonstrates your perspective when you think that Noam Chomsky is good company Gloria Steinem is great company, but Jennifer Finney Boylan, the consequences are mind to bear I and so sorry. I'm so sorry. So out of fear of being handled and being ostracised by trans rights community, a trans person who signed on the letter now has two now has to apologize. And then there's a person named Carrie Greenidge carry. Greenidge is one of the signatories and I believe is the melon, assistant professor in the Department of Studies of Race, Colonialism and Diaspora at Tufts University. So there's a person very much left to carry. Greenidge signed the letter and then wrote in a tweet. I do not endorse this. Harper's letter. I'm in contact with Harper's about a retraction. People are now walking the stuff back right. They have to walk it back because the blowback cancel culture isn't real And also you will be cancelled if you signed a letter saying the Cancel culture Israel Really well done, everyone. So how about his cancel culture? Cancel culture is so bad that we have no cancelled, acting and also research. These are a couple things that we have cancelled. But don't worry, it doesn't exist. And if you mention it exists, and you're a threat to somebody else's safety or threats of somebody else's station. So how do we just cancel acting we had in the past. What a couple of years Several high profile actresses who've been told they're not allowed to play trans people. If you want to cast a trans person, the person has to be Trans. In other words, Let's say that you want to play a trans man, which means a biological woman who believes that that she is a male What do you want to play that? And you're a biological woman, which seems like it checks most of the marks for playing a biological woman like last night checks. Playing a biological woman believes she is a man that seems like you should be able to play that if your biological woman correct like just putting it out there. That's like saying you have. Ah black person believes in particular cause of your black person should able to play that person, even if you don't necessarily believe in that political cause. It's called thing, guys, but here, even fulfill the physical criteria. Right? And because again biological woman playing biological woman, So apparently not. We had a couple of situations in the recent past, in which this has not been the case, just pointing out from Hollywood's perspective if you are Not a trans person, and you.

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"emily vander wert" Discussed on 790 KABC

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04:25 min | 1 year ago

"emily vander wert" Discussed on 790 KABC

"90 k A. B. C. Welcome back to the alliance is how far is left on they forced me into now defending Matthew Iglesias. So well done, Everybody all the way around. There's a writer named Emily Vander Werf was a trans woman, which is to say biological man who says she's one who says he is a woman. And and this person writes to the editors as a trans woman very much values for position at Fox and the support the publication has given her through the emotional and physical turmoil of transition. I was deeply saddened to see Matt Iglesias his signature on the Harper's weekly letter. Now you may be saying yourself. Wait a second trends. Stuff isn't even mentioned in that letter. Like I just read the entire text of the letter to you out loud. Not once our transitions mentioned not a single solitary time, but, says Emily Vander Werf. That is, of course, entitled to his own opinion. I know he's a more nuanced thinker and signing the letter would suggest then you're more nuanced thinker is just a suggestion that he didn't really know what we're signing. There's no new monster letter. No, There's nuances letter. You just don't like what the letters as well you just say it more. You're not nuanced enough. Is a way for somebody in the left to basically sneer at you interest in and paternalistic concern for your stupidity. And so Emily Vander Wert again. This was written to matter glaciers that the editors at the ad box where his co founder, right Has never been anything but kind to me, and it's often support network publicly, all of which I am extremely grateful for, But But the letter signed as it is by several prominent anti trans voices and continue as many job whistles toward anti trans positions, as it does ideally would not have been signed by anybody at box, much less one of most prominent people in our publication again, mats, opinions and experiences are his own. He can do what he wants in his free time, but his signature being on the letter makes me feel less safe box. There it is. There it is. All you have to do is wait for it, like seven sentences. Eight sentences every time every time. Cancel culture warriors they go to I feel inside. You know you should do. You should really start something. I think you can call it. Maybe. Like the committee on public Safety. You call it the Committee on public safety. And then you can just go around canceling people. And if you don't really it really got problems. Just behead them. In fact, like the committee of Public Safety, which was a for those when they're hitting, the reference is in. In overt reference to the French revolution. The committee of Public Safety was the provisional government of France during the reign of terror. That's why I'm making the reference. You can call it a committee on public safety because your safety has been threatened. Don't you see you've been threatened by the fact that Matthew Iglesias signed onto an extraordinarily and a nine letter about the evils of council culture? And you can say Well, you know, as a trans woman, I now feel threatened. So the letter Khun simultaneously suggests that the person that you are writing about quote has never been anything but kind to me and is often supported my work publicly, but also his opinion. It makes me feel less safe. Who's so so unsafe so much unsafe this happening? They used the exact same excuse by the way for firing Kevin Williams into the Atlantic. They hired chemical incident, the Atlantic and then a bunch of feminist said I feel unsafe. Kevin Williamson has been hired at the Atlantic, he said, and like his, he's sitting with his his house in in Texas. You never met any of these people. I feel someone saved. I'm feeling so unsafe. Really did send a death threat to you. Did he leave like an anonymous phone? Call on your phone? What exactly did you do? What a man Iglesias due to Emily Vander Wert. You call this person up on their phones say, I think that you are a biological man, and therefore I dismiss your existed. But what exactly is the big threatening thing? That ugly sister He didn't say anything about trans stuff matter. Gracie's agrees with this person on trans policies he's written about it. Extensively. OK, What are you what, But apparently it's a threat to safety for this person to even appear on a list of people like J. K. Rowling is J. K. Rowling said one that's really what this letter is. This particular blowback is about J. K. Rowling, who said the biological women exist which by the way is not a threatening position. I'm sorry. It is not a threat to your safety for me to point out that a biological man is, in fact, a biological man and not a woman. Hey, that is not a threat to your safety. I'm not saying anything bad should happen to you. I think anybody who tries to threaten you should go to jail, right? The law applies to you, just as it applies to everyone else. But the idea is, if you disagree with him if you make me feel less for if you make me feel bad, then you threatened my safety. You have threatened my safety. Your words are more damaging than me ruining your career or going or going to the editors at your publication and publicly. Is that by the way, let me just say this man Iglesias, You're the co founder of Ox. Is somebody at my organization said something like this, like put out a public letter suggesting that I had threatened their safety for an opinion of mine will be out on their ass. The next day, I would fire them the next day the next day, because let me explain. I run my publication, Okay?.

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"emily vander wert" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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04:45 min | 1 year ago

"emily vander wert" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"And I'm not gonna take crap from staffers who believe that opinions are threatening to safety. I'm not going to accuse of threatening someone safety for signing on to an iodine opinion about how council culture is generally bad. Emily Vander Wert says his signature on the letter makes me feel less safe box and believe slightly less in its stated goals of building more diverse and more thoughtful workplace. More practical level. The presence of maths tweets and his signature to a letter like this do make my job slightly more difficult. Today, do they, really, as it would be readers and sources too often acquaint my positions with heads. After all, he remains one of our most prominent staffers. I don't want to be reprimanded or fired, or even ask to submit no apology. Doing any of the above would only solidify in his own mind the idea that he's being martyred for his beliefs. But I do want to make clear that those beliefs cost him nothing. They're not particularly risky. They're not particularly sound even I'm used to hearing them from people who believe my own lived experiences pale in comparison to their own momentary social media discomfort. I'm sorry to find that among those voices, No pointed Iglesias compare his experiences in life to this Emily underworld character. I mean, it's just It's amazing. It's amazing. So calling out Matthew Iglesias publicly he's Matthew Places was Bad enough to sign this letter. It will this this sort of pressure, which has bubbled up again. There is nothing in the letter about trans people, not a single thing in letter. In fact, the letter basically says we're members of the left. We support. If you just read that letter in any objective way that you would come away with his they support All of the propaganda put forth by the trans movement. Generally, Jake a rally is on the letter because it doesn't make that explosive. But the whole thing is about social justice and equality. And we hate Trump and all of this, if you just read that letter without knowing any of the signatory There's no way you could possibly come away with the opinion of the people who wrote that letter. Do anything except support the idea that biological man become a woman ramming that that just does not exist in the text of the letter, But what's hilarious is that they're these tweets that are going around things like one of the things we should think about in that letter. Are you responsible? The actions and opinions of people who are also signatories to the letter. But should we assume that if you're mad, Iglesias, you now agree with J. K. Rowling on trans issues? Of course not. That's the stupidest thing I've ever heard in my entire life to rescind. The Matthew Iglesias is also a Cambodian genocide denier like Noam Chomsky. But no If I signed on to a letter with a bunch of other people, the text of the letter is what we have in common. Hey, there is nothing else. There is no way to impute any other agreements on any other issue other than the letter that we have commonly sign what in the world, But what is this result in it results in people starting to pull down their support. So one of the original signatories is a prison in Jennifer Finney. Boylan was a trans person atria. I believe general. Correct. I believe that Jennifer I'm looking up just to make sure that Jennifer Finney Boylan writes for The New York Times. And isn't back yet. Transgender activists professor at Barnard College of a Columbia University and this person put out a statement quote I did not know who else had signed that letter. I thought I was endorsing a well meaning a big message against Internet shaming. I did know Chomsky, Steinem Atwood were in and I thought, Good company. First of all this demonstrates your perspective when you think that Noam Chomsky is good company Gloria Steinem is great company, but Jennifer Finney Boylan, the consequences are mind to their eye and so sorry and so sorry. So out of fear of being handled and being ostracised by trans rights community, a trans person who signed on the letter now has two now has to apologize. And then there's a person named Carrie Greenidge carry. Greenidge is one of the signatories and I believe is the melon, assistant professor in the Department of Studies of Racist Colonialism and Diaspora at Tufts University. I said there's a person very much left to carry. Greenidge signed a letter and then wrote in a tweet. I do not endorse this. Harper's letter. I'm in contact with Harper's about our attraction, so people are now walking the stuff back right. They have to walk it back because the blowback cancel culture isn't real And also you will be cancelled if you signed a letter saying they cancel culture Israel Really well done, everyone. So how about his cancel culture? Cancel culture is so bad that we have no cancelled, acting and also research. These are a couple things that we have cancelled. But don't worry, it doesn't exist. And if you mention it exists, and you're a threat to somebody else's safety, your threats of somebody else's station. So how do we just cancel acting what we had in the past what couple of years several high profile actresses who have been told that they're not allowed to play trans people. If you want to cast a trans person, the person has to be trained. In other words, Let's say that you want to play a trans man, which means a biological woman who believes that that she is a male. What's it that you want to play? That? And you are biological woman, which seems like it checks most of the marks for playing a biological woman like last checked. Playing a biological woman believes she is a man that seems like you should be able to play that if your biological woman correctly just putting it out there. That's like saying you have Ah, black person who believes in particular, cause you're black person should able to play that person. Even if you don't necessarily believe in that political cause. It's called acting guys, but here, even fulfill the physical criteria Ray and because again by large woman playing biological woman, So apparently not..

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04:27 min | 1 year ago

"emily vander wert" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Harper's has launched 1000 thing pieces from people who are dumb, but it is also creating very on alliances. How far is left going. They forced me into now defending Matthew Iglesias so well done, everybody all the way around. There's a writer named Emily. Evander Work was a trans woman, which is to say biological man who says she's the one who says he is a woman. And and this person writes to the editors as a trans woman who very much values for position at Fox and the support the publication has given her through the emotional and physical turmoil of transition. I was deeply saddened to see Matt Iglesias his signature on the Harper's weekly letter. Now you may be saying yourself. Wait a second trends. Stuff isn't even mentioned in that letter. Like I just read the entire text of the letter to you out loud. Not once our transitions mentioned not a single solitary time, but, says Emily Vander Werf. That is, of course, entitled to his own opinion. I know he's a more nuanced thinker and signing the letter would suggest thing. You're more nuanced thinker is just a suggestion that he didn't really know what we're signing. There's no new monster letter. No, there's nuances letter. You just don't like what the letter says. You just say it more. You're not nuanced. Ina is a way for somebody in the left to basically sneer at you. Interest in Paternalistic concern for your stupidity. And so Emily Vander Wert again. This was written to matter. Gracie is that the editor is it at the ad box where his co founder right has never been anything but kind to me and is often support network publicly, all of which I am extremely grateful for, but But the letter signed as it is by several prominent anti trans voices and continues many dog whistles toward anti trans positions, as it does ideally would not have been signed by anybody in box, much less one of most prominent people in our publication again. Mass opinions and experiences are his own. You can do what he wants in his free time, but his signature being on the letter makes me feel less safe at box. There it is. There it is. All you have to do is wait for it, like seven sentences. Eight sentences every time every time. Cancel culture warriors they go to I feel inside. You know, you should do. You should really start something. I think you can call it maybe like a committee on public safety to call it the Committee on public safety. And then you can just go around canceling people. And if you don't really, really got problems, just behead them. In fact, like the Committee of Public Safety, which was a for those who are not hitting, the reference is in In overt reference to the French revolution. The committee of Public Safety was the provisional government of France during the reign of terror. That's why I'm making the reference. You can call it the committee of Public Safety because your safety has been threatened. Don't you see you've been threatened by the fact that Matthew Iglesias signed onto extraordinarily and a nine letter about the evils of council culture and you can say Well, you know, as a trans woman, I now feel threatened. So the letter Khun simultaneously suggests that the person that you are writing about quote has never been anything but kind to me and is often supported my work publicly, but also his opinion. It makes me feel so. So unsafe so much unsafe this happening. They used the exact same excuse by the way for Byron Kevin Williams at the Atlantic. They hired chemical incident, the Atlantic and then a bunch of feminist said. I feel unsafe that Kevin Williamson has been hired at the Atlantic, he said, and like Is he sitting with his his house in in Texas. You never met any of these people. I feel someone saved. I'm dealing so unsafe. Really did send a death threat to you. Did he leave like an anonymous phone call on your phone? What exactly did you do? What a man Iglesias due to Emily Vander Wert. They call this person up on their phones say, I think that you are a biological man, and therefore I just miss your existence. But what exactly is the big threatening thing? Medical assistant? He didn't say anything about trans stuff matter. Gracie's agrees with this person on trans policies he's written about it. Sensibly. Okay, Look, What are you what, but apparently to threat to safety for this person to even appear on a list of people like J. K. Rowling is J. K. Rowling said. Well, that's really what this letter is. This particular blowback is about J. K. Rowling, who said the biological women exist which by the way is not a threatening position. I'm sorry. It is not a threat to your safety for me to point out that a biological man is, in fact, a biological man and not a woman. Okay, That is not a threat to your safety. I'm not saying anything bad should happen to you. I think anybody who tries to threaten you should go to jail. The law applies to you, just as it applies to everyone else. But the idea is, if you disagree with him if you make me feel less for if you make me feel bad, then you threatened my safety. You have threatened my safety. Your words are more damaging than me, ruining your career or going or going to the editors at your publication and publicly is bad. By the way. Let me just say this man Iglesias, You're the co founder of Ox. Is somebody at my organization said something like this, like put out a public letter suggesting that I had threatened their safety for an opinion of mine will be out on their ass. The next day, I would fire them the next day the next day, because let me explain. I run my publication, Okay?.

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106.1 FM WTKK

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"emily vander wert" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"I don't know. Maybe some. Maybe an example of where that sure where you could be. You could point to and be like, Hey, look at this. So here's the best update off this. So of the people Sinus, including Matthew Glaciers, which I want you to know. I want you to understand the depths of moon battery. That box reporter Matthew Iglesias is known for. He's the guy who, when he wasn't at work, donde mask and drug all his moon bat buddies to Tucker Carlson's house to bang on the door and scare his wife. That's Matthew Iglesias. So he's on this. So what happened? Another writer from box who saw the list. The list, which included Jake rallying and a handful of others. And as a Trans woman. Started put out a another thing to get people to sign to talk about how her coworker and others on this list are making are threatening her safety. And now they're all having to apologize for it. Because if not By aligning themselves with people with troubling views, a k rallying or others. Who deviate ever so slightly right if you if you put a flow chart of the top 100 issues on how does J. K. Rowling feel about this? 99 would be right. But there'll be one issue, which is on women and split essentially trans women in sports At versus the classic feminism right right. She believes the women are women and men are men. Everything else. You know everything else Perfect. They canceled the cancel culture know they can't They're trying to cancel. The people who signed a thing, saying the cancel culture. Even though they completely won 18 words coming from is bad and took shots at Trump. So they can cancel other moon bats who are not pure moon bets. I accidentally put it in a word. It's layered mass and onion. Because the others they're saying, Hey, cancel culture is bad. Were people from different sides of the political aisle, but we're coming together, say Cancel culture is bad. Then you've got the but it's really not. There's not. There's not a bunch of GOP guys on this, then you have. You know, it's all left the people that are like No, wait. The cancel culture doesn't exist yellow crazy but our canceling you for wanting to cancel the cancel culture. Okay? Yeah, Yeah, yeah. And you cancelled the cancel culture incorrectly. So now you're being canceled, right? Yeah. You didn't go about the canceling the cancel culture in the proper way, And this is the result of this is all this is your day, right? If you're one of these people Your entire debt, your entire existence. Has spent analyzing every conversation. Social Media Exchange glance in the hallway at your place of work where nobody says anything. But you can You know what they're thinking. Cause you know you're psychic or something. All day every day, attempting to be that person. Who is able to originate a new or different Way in which somebody needs canceled, right? You got scalps to get And that's your existence because for every scalp, you get the higher your profile of woke, nous goes. So buy another reporter for box. Figuring out that somebody signing a letter saying, Hey, the cancel culture what they which they mislabeled anyway? Shouldn't be happening, and Donald Trump sucks by them, not even in the same room or anything, but just both a green with a larger statement. That that person it's your place of business needs knocked down a peg because they're making you feel quote unquote unsafe. That's a hole. That's an angle that nobody else had. Which this moon bat reporter is able to bring forth. And that's a scalp and that's a win. What did they think was gonna happen when they signed a letter saying that you no doubt would cancel culture as soon as I read it, like, what's a good thing, But you all know you're gonna get cancelled, right? But isn't that obvious to anybody? Maybe on our side of the island? You're going to get canceled for signing the You know, we should cancel Cancel culture. My house is surprising. No, it's hilarious. That's it. Come on, Let's not undersell the just the insanity. In fact, here we go. Emily Vander Werf is the Trans woman who works with Matthew Iglesias, who's woke enough to go Attack Tucker Carlson's house. Decided. Think couldn't just pointed out Tio Matthew, and when the two saw each other in the hall Wrote an open letter to the editors of the employee where they're both employed. As a trans woman who very much values her position at box and the support the publication has given me Through the emotional and physical turmoil of transition. I will wait a sec. Why is it in? Ah Why is it so tumultuous? If it's an achievement of what you've always known, is right. So I get what in what is being implied There is that Box had to hold the hand through because Her life was being made difficult. And she works a box, I guess would be a boxer. I don't know why I keep working there. I was deeply saddened to see Matt Iglesias, a signature on the Harper's weekly letter. Matt is, Of course, this is the best. Mattis, of course, entitled to his own opinion. And I know he is a more nuanced thinker than signing the letter would suggest, by the way signers of this letter R yesterday spent most of the day going on Twitter apologizing. Just here where they said in the letter, And then when they say they're going to cancel their like I didn't mean it. So there is such a deeply held belief is that you would say it's their passion. You good for anybody now, about five minutes, five minutes, Okay? But the letter signed as it is by several prominent anti trans voices. Do you think J. K. Rowling is anti trans? You think any other element of it other than that one issue. Now. Admittedly, it's a big issue in the larger debate there, but I. J. K. Rowling is an outgoing, actively campaigning against that. J. K. Rowling is responding to questions. Basically now Emily Vander worse job is more difficult, and Emily Vander Wert feels unsafe because of the existence of the letter. See, I said, This is very nuanced. But there's so many layers to this. And so much self fulfilling prophecy. It's hilarious if you're willing to I understand the whole thing. Yeah, they're doing what they always do. They're eating their own..

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