This is me in front of the California Senate Judiciary Committee 6/26/18, where I expose the gory details about “Gender Affirming” therapy for minors that no one wants them to hear about. https://t.co/U7ohdmSV2G
— Michael K. Laidlaw, MD (@MLaidlawMD) June 29, 2018
To listen to a podcast of the Joy of Resistance show on WBAI, please go to Joy of Resistance on WBAI, which will take you to the archive page, then click on the down arrow, select “Joy of Resistance.” There are many great podcasts from which to choose. From there you can either listen to the podcast or download the MP3 file.
For the interview of Ann Menasche of FIST, go to the April 25, 2019 broadcast and click on the link. Or you can go directly to the specific link FIST on WBAI to just listen. The interview with Ann starts at 38:13 minutes into the show.
Ann Menasche of Feminists in Struggle (FIST) will be interviewed by Fran Luck on the Joy of Resistance show on WBAI Radio Thursday, April 25, 2019 at 7-8 pm EDT (4-5 pm PDT).
Ann is a Civil Rights lawyer and has been a radical feminist and a socialist activist for her entire adult life. She organized a lesbian feminist group and mass marches in defense of abortion rights in the 1980’s in San Francisco and led a coalition for marriage equality. Recently she became a founding member of a new national radical feminist organization: Feminists in Struggle–or FIST–which was launched on International Women’s Day, March 8, 2019. The interview will explore why a number of women across the country saw the need for a new feminist organization–including the fact that FIST, unlike other feminist organizations that are gender critical, does not believe in making alliances with the right wing and sees its positions as belonging in a revitalized Left. Its issues also include reproductive freedom, passing the ERA, and an end to men’s violence against women–as well as the abolition of gender.
You can tune in at: Joy of Resistance at WBAI. The show will also feature Taina Bian Aime of the Coalition Against Trafficking in Women–CATW) on the fight against legalization of commercial surrogacy in New York State. There may be an opportunity to call in during the show.
For more information, go to:Joy of Resistance Info