Ungagged Podcast

Step Aside, Brother

Available FREE on iTunes and Podbean This unintentionally woman-heavy episode of Ungagged, introduced by Neil Anderson,  is themed around “Step Aside Brother,” but of course we are Ungagged, so not all of us have kept to the theme. Thomas Morris will be talking about how sometimes brothers don’t step aside once they’ve got what they want, Chuck Hamilton will […]

Feminism

Feminism, My Enemy?

I’m a heterosexual man. I always have been. I was a child in the 1970s and a teen in the 80s. I have made lots of mistakes in my life and my attitudes have evolved over time – I’m sure that despite my trying to live in a better way, I have attitudes and unconscious […]

Feminism

Weaponising Fragility

Weaponising Fragility How Ruth Davidson betrayed women, yet again On May 25th, in the late evening, Ruth Davidson tweeted that at lunchtime she had been followed through the streets by a man shouting Indy slogans while filming her as his dogs barked. As someone who has experienced my fair share of street harassment (I speak […]

Ungagged Podcast

Come the Day…

Available FREE on iTunes and Podbean On this episode of Ungagged, introduced by Neil Scott, Graham Campbell talks about the Rethinking Race conference in Glasgow, Victoria Pearson reminds us that hope is apathy’s twin sister if it isnt backed up with action, and George Collins  talks about how children are citizens now, not citizens in waiting, and they deserve to have that […]

Feminism

White Ribbons for Indy

“It is incumbent upon each of us to be the woman that [killer’s name] wanted to kill.  We must live with this honor, this courage.  We must drive out fear.  We must hold on.  We must create.  We must resist. Andrea Dworkin (2007)   Online, in an increasingly polarised section of the internet called “the […]