She pays to have 96,000 subscribers? I just read a piece that claimed her current 100k of likes were fake, and am currently trying to fact check that myself. Me and you don’t see eye to eye on a lot of things GM, but I did doubt that she had that many genuine likes on her owl Facebook page, mainly, as her “version” if you like, of feminism, isn’t a mainstream one, but a fringe off shoot, and rightly or wrongly, mainstream feminism
does (or doesn’t appear to) have that many “active” members anyway, so to believe that she has that many “likers”, is pushing things just a bit.
Fwiw, if she has libelled you (it might be slander though, depending on the law where you are), then you should be able get Facebook to do something about it (although they really don’t seem to care unless you kick up a big fuss), or you could take legal action against her. Freedom of speach doesn’t mean you can’t be held responsible for that speach.
A few weeks ago I was tweeting my consternation that a man named Tara Hewitt (formerly “Tara Kitten”) was nominated to the UK’s Pink List in recognition of his relevance to the LGBT activist community.
Tara Hewitt is a conservative male politician who campaigns to limit the legal rights of women to access abortion services. He also campaigns against the rights of women to meet publicly for feminist activism outside the presence of men.
In this context, I mentioned in one of my tweets that I was surprised this gentleman had declined Cathy Brennan’s offer to pay for him to personally attend the RadFem2013 conference. He tweeted back thanking me for acknowledging that. And that was that. Life went on.
Earlier today blogger Terri Strange contacted me on twitter asking me about that tweet. I signed in and discovered that Cathy Brennan’s OWL (Organizing for Women’s Liberation) account had also…
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