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Feminism Event London Tuesday 1 February 2022 6pm

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Abitofalark · 25/01/2022 11:55

I received this invitation from UnHerd:

"Where does Feminism go next?
Join columnists Mary Harrington, Hadley Freeman and activist & author Julie Bindel in conversation with UnHerd Editor Sally Chatterton on the future of feminism: where does it go from here?

Tuesday 1st February 2022, 18:00
The Art Workers' Guild, 6 Queen Square, London WC1N 3AT

Free for members to join online via Zoom
£5 for members to join us in person
£15 for non members

Spaces are limited, so please don’t delay and click here to buy your ticket or to register for a space in our online audience.

We hope to see you there!
If at any time your have any queries or issues, do get in touch by emailing [email protected] "

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Rhannion · 30/01/2022 01:16


Appalonia · 30/01/2022 01:18

How do I join by zoom?

Abitofalark · 30/01/2022 15:12

Sorry, I don't know. I've never used Zoom. It says it's free via Zoom to members of UnHerd. I'm not a member even though I got the invitation and I get UnHerd daily in my email.

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StillWeRise · 05/02/2022 22:41

did anyone go?

Abitofalark · 06/02/2022 23:41

I don't know but a couple of threads were started after the event, with one of them posting a youtube recording the event. I haven't listened to it yet.

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Rhannion · 07/02/2022 14:52

It’s up on Youtube if anyone would like to watch.

Abitofalark · 07/02/2022 19:01

What did I just post last night?

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Rhannion · 07/02/2022 22:44

Sorry I didn’t see your post.

thinkingaboutLangCleg · 09/02/2022 08:32

Could someone post a link for the Youtube recording, please? Thanks.

Abitofalark · 09/02/2022 14:02

Someone posted a link on a thread I think it was called Unherd event...where next for feminism. I can't verify the link as I haven't got access to youtube but you may want to try it.

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runningoutofnewnames · 10/02/2022 08:43
thinkingaboutLangCleg · 10/02/2022 16:03


Enough4me · 10/02/2022 16:40

Really interesting, thank you.

Julie Bindel's perspective opened my mind with the ideology movement being mainly led from people with money impacting on women without money. Plus Mary and Hadley talking about surrogacy and the impact of babies being bought and pregnancy being commercialised.

RhinestoneCowgirl · 10/02/2022 18:16

Thanks for posting this, I found it really interesting.

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