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70. Will the NYTimes finally admit they know what a woman is? Debrief with Keep Prisons Single Sex USA Director Amanda Stulman Whose Body Is It

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Today I speak with Amanda Stulman, director of Keep Prisons Single Sex USA. In response to the anti-woman organization GLAAD's recent campaign and letter demanding the NYTimes stick to the almighty "pro-trans affirmation" narrative, Amanda Stulman launched her own campaign with LED billboards displaying a series of slides one of which read: "That's right, women's prisons are mixed-sex. This is newsworthy, is it not?"   

Amanda discusses the justice system's role in the legalization of medicalizing children, placing men in women's prisons and what happens when the courts abandon all common sense in the name of "trusting the experts." We also get into the challenges of advocating for women's sex-based rights with no institutional legacy support and what amends could look like for NYTimes in the wake of years of gaslighting, underreporting crimes against women and villianizing those who dare to speak out.  

Letter to New York Times from GLAAD, other organizations and prominent figures

Discussion and response by New York Times

Petition to oppose pending legislation in New York legislature

Keep Prisons Single Sex USA

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Today I speak with Amanda Stulman, director of Keep Prisons Single Sex USA. In response to the anti-woman organization GLAAD's recent campaign and letter demanding the NYTimes stick to the almighty "pro-trans affirmation" narrative, Amanda Stulman launched her own campaign with LED billboards displaying a series of slides one of which read: "That's right, women's prisons are mixed-sex. This is newsworthy, is it not?"   

Amanda discusses the justice system's role in the legalization of medicalizing children, placing men in women's prisons and what happens when the courts abandon all common sense in the name of "trusting the experts." We also get into the challenges of advocating for women's sex-based rights with no institutional legacy support and what amends could look like for NYTimes in the wake of years of gaslighting, underreporting crimes against women and villianizing those who dare to speak out.  

Letter to New York Times from GLAAD, other organizations and prominent figures

Discussion and response by New York Times

Petition to oppose pending legislation in New York legislature

Keep Prisons Single Sex USA

Keep Prisons Single Sex Twitter 

Keep Prisons Single Sex Facebook

Support the Whose Body Is It Podcast 

Shop Activist Stickers

Whose Body Is It Website

Time by ASHUTOSH Music promoted by Free Stock Music Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License

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