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In this 12th episode, Speak Up For Women spokeswoman Ani O'Brien (@aniobrien) continues her chat with Jill Abigail. They discuss 'Another Unfortunate Experiment', a paper written by Jill in collaboration with Jan Rivers. It explores the ideological capture and negligence that has led to experimental treatment being conducted on children.Read the summary of the report here Read An Unfortunate Experiment in full here - https://speakupforwomen.nz/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/ANOTHER_UNFORTUNATE_EXPERIMENT-final-for-distrib.pdf BBC Newsnight Documentary - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zTRnrp9pXHY&feature=emb_titleA second-wave legend, Jill worked for the first ever Ministry for Women and has dedicated her life to improving the world for women.This episode is the second of two parts. The first episode covers Jill's history as a lifelong feminist and what has brought her back into the fight for women's rights.We can be contacted on Twitter and Facebook at @SpeakUp4WomenNZ and by email contact@speakupforwomen.nz
In this 11th episode, Speak Up For Women spokeswoman Ani O'Brien (@aniobrien) chats with Jill Abigail about her history as a lifelong feminist and what has brought her back into the fight for women's rights.A second-wave legend, Jill worked for the first ever Ministry for Women and has dedicated her life to improving the world for women.This episode is the first of two parts. The second episode covers a paper Jill wrote with Jan Rivers called Another Unfortunate Experiment. It will be available next week.We can be contacted on Twitter and Facebook at @SpeakUp4WomenNZ and by email contact@speakupforwomen.nz
In this 10th episode, Speak Up For Women spokeswoman Ani O'Brien (@aniobrien) chats with Beth Johnson (@beth_nosnhoj) about the upcoming New Zealand Election on October 17th.They talk us through the four major parties and how their policies compare on women's rights and then briefly summarise a couple of the smaller parties.(Roughly) the order of discussion:NationalLabourGreenACTNZ FirstNew ConservativesWe can be contacted on Twitter and Facebook at @SpeakUp4WomenNZ and by email contact@speakupforwomen.nzOCCASIONAL SWEARING.
*IN LOVING MEMORY OF MAGDALEN BERNS*In this 9th episode, Speak Up For Women spokeswoman Ani O'Brien (@aniobrien) chats with Daphna Whitmore (@daphnaredliner) about what has been an incredible week for gender critical women. They discuss the big news from Britain in regards to self-ID and education, surrogacy, a heroine rising in Senator Claire Chandler, new legislation proposed in the USA to protect Title IX, feminist action in Leeds, and more! It is a busy episode.We can be contacted on Twitter and Facebook at @SpeakUp4WomenNZ and by email contact@speakupforwomen.nzOCCASIONAL SWEARING.Redline Article - https://rdln.wordpress.com/2020/09/21/wokies-are-the-establishment/
In this 8th episode, Speak Up For Women spokeswoman Ani O'Brien (@aniobrien) interviews our Education Leader Marg Curnow about the new Relationships and Sexuality Education guidelines from the Ministry of Education. They discuss the major issues with the documents in regards to the erasure of the rights of girls and what appears to be deliberately misrepresentation of the New Zealand Human Rights Act.We can be contacted on Twitter and Facebook at @SpeakUp4WomenNZ and by email contact@speakupforwomen.nzNotes:Ministry of Education RSE documents - https://health.tki.org.nz/Teaching-in-HPE/Policy-Guidelines/Relationships-and-Sexuality-EducationBook recommendation - The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas Are Setting Up a Generation for Failure by Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan HaidtGood Morning Britain - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bDI6j0pH87k
In this bonus episode Speak Up For Women spokeswoman Ani O'Brien (@aniobrien) takes us through the events leading up to our event at parliament last year - Feminism 2020. She shares how we were no-platformed from Massey University, harassed by trans activists, and how we ended up in the Beehive.Then we play the speeches from the event back to back so you can listen for yourself to exactly what was said. Order of speeches:Ani O'BrienDr Holly Lawford-SmithDr Melissa DerbyMeghan MurphyWe can be contacted on Twitter and Facebook at SpeakUp4WomenNZ and by email contact@speakupforwomen.nzYou can find all the videos and transcripts of the speeches on our website - https://speakupforwomen.nz/events/feminism-2020-wellington/
CONTENT WARNING - swearing and sexual themes.In this episode Speak Up For Women spokeswoman Ani O'Brien (@aniobrien) is joined by Dr Holly Lawford-Smith (she doesn't have a Twitter account as she has been banned) to discuss the vitriol lesbians face in the "rainbow community" and the challenges of dating when you've been dubbed a "terf". They also discuss how philosophy and academia have been affected by identity politics relating to sex and gender and why Holly has a warrant out on her for a citizen's arrest.Holly Lawford-Smith is an academic and senior lecturer in philosophy at the University of Melbourne. She is also an Associate Editor for the Journal of Applied Philosophy, and an Editorial Board member for the Journal of Political Philosophy and the Journal of Controversial Ideas.We can be contacted on Twitter and Facebook at SpeakUp4WomenNZ and by email contact@speakupforwomen.nzLinks:Holly's speech at Feminism 2020 - https://speakupforwomen.nz/events/feminism-2020-wellington/dr-holly-lawford-smith/Tik Tok lesbian - https://www.tiktok.com/@g0th1ck
In this episode Speak Up For Women spokeswoman Ani O'Brien (@aniobrien) is joined by Dr Melissa Derby (@MelissaJDerby) to discuss free speech, identity politics, how race is used to prop up trans activist positions, and Martin Luther King Junior.Melissa Derby (Ngāti Ranginui) is an academic and lecturer at the University of Waikato. She is a member of the New Zealand Psychological Society and the New Zealand Association for Research in Education.We can be contacted on Twitter and Facebook at SpeakUp4WomenNZ and by email contact@speakupforwomen.nzLANGUAGE WARNING - Occasional swearing.Links:Dr Derby's Feminism 2020 Speech https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vxTRJdUiHEsBLM activist attacks Dr. Stella Immanuel in DC https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qd8-SK_naYU
In this episode Speak Up For Women spokeswoman Ani O'Brien (@aniobrien) is joined by our spokeswoman for Save Women's Sport NZ, Ro Edge (@rosey_nz). They discuss the leaked World Rugby draft proposal about banning transwomen competing in women's rugby. We can be contacted on Twitter and Facebook at SpeakUp4WomenNZ and by email contact@speakupforwomen.nz
LANGUAGE WARNING - occasional swearing.In this episode Speak Up For Women spokeswoman Ani O'Brien (@aniobrien) is joined by Professor Rosa Freedman (@goonerprof) to discuss feminism and human rights law. The chat was pretty long so we have split it into two parts. The first is general discussion and the second focuses on the UN, CEDAW and Yogyakarta Principles.We can be contacted on Twitter and Facebook at SpeakUp4WomenNZ and by email contact@speakupforwomen.nz
LANGUAGE WARNING - occasional swearing.In this episode Speak Up For Women spokeswoman Ani O'Brien (@aniobrien) is joined by Professor Rosa Freedman (@goonerprof) to discuss feminism and human rights law. The chat was pretty long so we have split it into two parts. The first is general discussion and the second focuses on the UN, CEDAW and Yogyakarta Principles.We can be contacted on Twitter and Facebook at SpeakUp4WomenNZ and by email contact@speakupforwomen.nz
LANGUAGE WARNING - occasional swearing.CORRECTION: only males can commit the crime of rape in New Zealand as the crime requires penetration by penis by definition.In this episode Speak Up For Women spokeswoman Ani O'Brien (@aniobrien) is joined by Beth Johnson (@beth_nosnhoj) to discuss the proposal from Statistics NZ to change standard data collection policy to "gender by default" rather than sex. They discuss why the proposal is a complete "hot mess" and run through the issues that Speak Up For Women will be raising in their submission.We can be contacted on Twitter and Facebook at SpeakUp4WomenNZ and by email contact@speakupforwomen.nz
LANGUAGE WARNING - occasional swearing.In this episode Speak Up For Women spokeswoman Ani O'Brien (@aniobrien) interviews Daphna Whitmore (@DaphnaRedliner) one of the organisers at Speak Up For Women and long-time socialist activist. They discuss what the hell is going on with the Left, how it impacts women's rights, and what the upcoming New Zealand election could look like. 
In this episode Speak Up For Women spokeswoman Ani O'Brien (@aniobrien) interviews one of the group's founders - Georgina Blackmore (@georgebmore). They discuss the origins of Speak Up For Women and gender critical feminism in New Zealand and then end up way off track discussing J.K. Rowling, cancel culture, gender identity and more.Contact us on Facebook and Twitter (@SpeakUp4WomenNZ), or email us on contact@speakupforwomen.nzOur intro music features the voices of feminists Linda Bellos OBE, MP Joanna Cherry QC, Dame Whina Cooper, and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.  
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