WLRN Interview with Charlie Rae & Sam Reitger about Changing Minds

WLRN Interview with Charlie Rae & Sam Reitger about Changing Minds

Women’s Liberation Radio News

On August 26th, WLRN’s Thistle Pettersen got to talk with Charlie Rae, journalist with The Fifth Column, a popular indie media news service online, and with Sam Reitger, also with The Fifth Column, and co-author of Changing Minds: A Guide to Confronting Gender Doctrine.

In the interview, you will hear these two dynamic and articulate radical feminist women debunk the claim that the trans movement is a civil rights movement, talk about how they came to question what they call the gender doctrine, and analyze the ideology behind transgenderism that fuels sexism & homophobia but also could potentially fuel ableism and racism as well.

You won’t want to miss a second of their sharp-cutting analysis that aims to give you a glimpse of what they will cover in their book to come out in 2018.

Charlie Rae for Sisterhood Solidarity project Charlie Rae posing for the Sisterhood Solidarity Project. 

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Love Is Only Blind When Your Head Is In the Sand

Love Is Only Blind When Your Head Is In the Sand

Lessons From the End of a Marriage

Do you ever look back at a former relationship and wonder what you saw in your one-time flame?

Or do you ever question a friend or family member’s choice in partners?

It’s easy when you’re outside of a relationship to view the bigger picture, the distance providing perspective while damping emotions.

But when you’re in it?

It’s all too easy to bury your head in the sand.

We stick our heads in the sand in relationships for a variety of reasons:

Avoidance

A wife sees a suggestive text on her husband’s phone from an unknown female. Her heart begins to race and panic floods her system. The hint of an affair is overwhelming to her; she cannot face the thought that her marriage is in trouble and that she may lose her husband. She turns away from the text and tries to pretend that she never saw it. That it…

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