Monday, January 30, 2017

Inquiry Into Missing Indigenous Women and Girls Will Be Expanded To Include Men And Boys

The Canadian Association For Equality (CAFE) has announced that the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls will be expanded to include the missing and murdered indigenous men and boys. The number of missing men and boys is estimated to be two or three times larger than the number of missing women and girls.

CAFE played a leading role in building the coalition calling for the inclusion of men and boys in the inquiry and hosted an event featuring Chief Ernie Crey, from Cheam First Nation, in Ottawa on December 7, 2016 to discuss the missing and murdered indigenous people.

CAFE released a statement to the media, reproduced in full here:

Monday, December 5, 2016

The Red Pill Movie - Third Screening

The Ottawa chapter of the Canadian Association For Equality (CAFE) was denied screening time for The Red Pill at the ByTowne Cinema, and the Mayfair Theater cancelled the film at the last minute in response to pressure from feminists in Ottawa. CAFE quickly booked a room at City Hall on December 4, 2016 for the scheduled 3 PM showing, which immediately sold out along with a second screening added at 7 PM.

Due to high demand CAFE have organized a third screening, which will be held at the Ottawa Public Library on Metcalfe street.
The Revolutionary Student Movement, an anarchist feminist group, held a protest of The Red Pill at City Hall on Sunday December 4, 2016.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

The Red Pill Screening in Ottawa, Canada - UPDATED

UPDATE 2: The show will go on! The new venue is Ottawa City Hall, 110 Laurier Ave West, in the Colonel By Room, and a second screening time has been added:

     Sunday December 4 at 3 PM
     Sunday December 4 at 7 PM

Click here for more details

UPDATE 1: The Mayfair Theatre caved-in to pressure from feminists and cancelled the screening.

The Ottawa branch of the Canadian Association For Equality is hosting a screening of Cassie Jaye's The Red Pill in Ottawa on Sunday December 4, 2016. It is showing at the Mayfair theater at 3:00 PM and I've been asked to participate in a Q&A since some of my footage is used in the film. Don't miss it!

Friday, November 25, 2016

Introducing The Liberty Belles

Three new voices are coming to Studio Brulé in 2017, with two more to be added soon afterwards, and this is your chance to see them live! The Liberty Belles are a group of British women offering their unique take on this bizarre cultural moment in which hard-won civil liberties are under attack from within.

Tune-in to meet three of the Liberty Belles on Friday November 25, 2016 at 9:20 PM UTC (4:20PM EST).
The Liberty Belles hail from London, UK, and they will offer sharp and insightful analysis and criticism of contemporary issues in western culture including feminist claims like the “wage gap,” long-standing traditions like circumcision, and inequities in criminal sentencing. Political correctness will be tossed in the dustbin as The Belles clean up popular misconceptions and outright lies propagated by the MSM.

Catherine Kitsis
Catherine Kitsis is a London based writer for The Backbencher and has been writing her blog since 2013. She is also active on Twitter.

Elizabeth Hobson
Elizabeth Hobson is an anti-feminist, libertarian, stay-at-home mother. She writes at Trigger WarningBlogs and Tweets.

Natoya Raymond
Natoya Raymond is developing the Erin Pizzey Foundation.

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Forum on Bill C-16 and the Ontario Human Rights Code

Professor Jordan B. Peterson has been attacked on campus at the University of Toronto (U of T) for his refusal to use new non-binary gender pronouns. The university had initially approved a public debate about freedom of speech, but prohibited Peterson from repeating his assertion on pronouns, thereby proving Peterson's claim that Bill C-16 is anti-free-speech. The university went one step further and instructed Peterson that he would not be allowed to teach in January if he maintained his provocative public stance.

The debate has been scrapped and, in an interesting twist, replaced with a forum to be held on Saturday November 19 at 9:30 AM. The composition of the forum is worth examining: three feminist women, two panelists and the moderator, and one man who clearly stands for Freedom of Speech.

Really U of T? This is how you want to