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Debate is not a dirty word.
It's OK to ask questions.
In a series of conversations, we discuss freedom of speech, trans issues, white privilege, cultural appropriation – and much much more.

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Debate is not a dirty word.
It's OK to ask questions.
In a series of conversations, we discuss freedom of speech, trans issues, white privilege, cultural appropriation – and much much more.

    Jessica Kellgren-Fozard: I got online hate for not being disabled enough

    Jessica Kellgren-Fozard: I got online hate for not being disabled enough

    Jessica Kellgren-Fozard is a deaf lesbian YouTuber who likes the label "disabled", saying it is part of who she is and should not be seen as a bad thing.

    • 17分
    Courtney Act: Feminine doesn't mean female

    Courtney Act: Feminine doesn't mean female

    Australian drag queen Courtney Act joins Niall to discuss feminism, and explains how performing helped her work out her gender identity.

    • 19分
    Girli: I'm a popstar, but I won't be Photoshopped

    Girli: I'm a popstar, but I won't be Photoshopped

    Singer-songwriter and rapper Girli is a passionate feminist who uses her provocative music to get across her message. We find out what happens when pink meets punk, and why she refuses to be Photoshopped.

    • 23分
    Kimberly McIntosh: Why I took a break from dating white men

    Kimberly McIntosh: Why I took a break from dating white men

    Kimberly McIntosh is a young writer and campaigner on race and racism, whose work includes a series of magazine articles about her search for a 'woke' man. Niall Paterson asks her about dating, cultural appropriation and white privilege.

    • 29分
    Yungblud: Old people robbed our generation

    Yungblud: Old people robbed our generation

    This week, Niall Paterson sits down with Yungblud - a British alternative rock star who's recently toured the US and played to a sold out Royal Albert Hall - to talk about mental health, snowflakes and Brexit.

    • 25分
    Caolan Robertson: The left created people like me and Tommy Robinson

    Caolan Robertson: The left created people like me and Tommy Robinson

    In our first episode, Niall Paterson sits down with Caolan Robertson - a young, hard-right film-maker who made his name working for the likes of former English Defence League leader Tommy Robinson - to talk about immigration, Islam and the media.

    • 31分

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