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Her poem is beautiful and encapsulates the inherent racism in gender ideology.

Here is the link to the Twitter thread, which includes her spoken word poem. I highly recommend it: https://twitter.com/EcuadorianMum/status/1547089511280267264

Edited to actually include the link!

Her poem is beautiful and encapsulates the inherent racism in gender ideology. Here is the link to the Twitter thread, which includes her spoken word poem. I highly recommend it: https://twitter.com/EcuadorianMum/status/1547089511280267264 Edited to actually include the link!

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Yeah I was thinking that too, maybe then she'd have to stop tweeting though? It wouldn't look great for the owner to be getting into arguments with other users. It should preferably be a moderate woman though, I don't want some far right guy who allows us "terfs" back but also an increase in misogynistic/racist/conspiracy crap too.

She doesn't get into arguments, I don't think, she states her positions - nobody has to get into it with her or follow her. If "Jack" Dorsey could tweet, then I think JKR owning Twitter could tweet too. Why a moderate woman? Let radfems run the company, why not?

Well every radfem I've met counts as a political moderate here in the US because we don't align totally with either mainstream party at the moment, that's what I meant. Not a wokie and not a far right QAnon conservative, both those groups could make twitter even worse than it is now. I mean I'll take anyone who allows free speech other than threats of violence and dangerous medical misinformation.

I am in the US. Political moderate brings to mind Merrick Garland, an ineffective Dem from a long line of them. Moderate brings to mind corporate friendly, wishy-washy, center-right kind of politician who calls themselves a Dem. A radfem is not moderate in terms of stance on childcare (Dems don't do a whole lot), maternity leave, bolstering social safety net, criminal justice, and poverty. Moderate Dem position for decades on poverty and the poor, is to not talk about it too much, and focus on middle class. Come in for a lot of criticism on issues related to race and poverty, because of their focus on the middle class.

I would throw in political misinformation as well.