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WOMEN Leaving the Left- Feminists for Free Speech

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WOMEN Leaving the Left- Feminists for Free Speech

June 10, 2022 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm CDT

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Join us Friday, June 10 at the Austin Central Library (Special Event Centre, 710 W. Cesar Chavez St) for a panel discussion among women who have found themselves ejected from or alienated by the left.

Many feminists today find themselves politically homeless, on account of the left’s support for ideology and legislation that runs counter to material reality, civil liberties, free speech, and women’s sex-based rights. At the same time, many women don’t feel aligned with right wing values either. Feminists who support free speech, bodily autonomy, and civil liberties have been alienated by a feminist movement invested in poliitcal purity and allied with political parties that do not represent them. As a result, many of us have chosen independence over ideology and blind adherance to political labels, allowing us true freedom of thought.

Women Leaving the Left will address the supposedly unspeakable: the things we are not supposed to say, the conversations no one is having, and the issues social media and mainstream media will not allow.

This event is the first of its kind and seating is limited! Get your tickets now before they sell out!

Panelists include:

Kellie-Jay Keen (aka Posie Parker)

Kellie-Jay is the founder of Standing for Women and an adult human female.

Keri Smith

Keri is the host of Deprogrammed and the founder of Civility Dinners, both of which are committed to fostering conversation, creating a culture that respects freedom of speech, and making space for both reason and faith. A liberal and self-described “former SJW” who spent twenty years in “the SJW Cult,” Smith offers firsthand experience on the Social Justice Left and its growing influence in mainstream culture.

Mary Lou Singleton

Mary Lou is a mother, midwife, nurse practitioner and medical freedom activist. Mary Lou has served on the boards of directors of the Midwives Alliance of North America, the National Association of Certified Professional Midwives, the Stop Patriarchy Abortion Rights Freedom Ride, and the Women’s Liberation Front. She has been speaking out against female erasure in midwifery since 2014 and is the author of an open letter to the Midwives Alliance of North America protesting the removal of the words “woman” and “mother” from the organization’s core competencies for midwives documents.

Meghan Murphy

Meghan is a Canadian writer who abandoned her home country for Mexico, fearful about the Liberal government’s abject disregard for Canadians’ constitutional rights and their clamp down on free speech. She founded Feminist Current, Canada’s leading feminist website and podcast, in 2012, and hosts The Same Drugs on YouTube and In 2017 she testified against Bill C-16, Canada’s gender identity legislation, at the Senate — among the only feminists in Canada to speak out against this encroachment on women’s rights. Meghan was permanently banned from Twitter in 2018 for challenging gender identity ideology and correctly sexing a man. She has travelled the world speaking about gender identity and women’s sex-based rights, despite protests at every venue and attempts to no-platform her at every turn.

Michelle Evans

Michelle is a mother of three and fierce advocate for families and freedom. After being blindsided with trans ideology in her own home and her kids’ schools, she began learning more about this pervasive and destructive movement. As a state legislative candidate, she hopes to introduce measures to protect children from harmful medical procedures and social conditioning.

Moderated by Isabella Malbin

Isabella is a life coach for sovereign women, a trained hypnotist, passionate birth worker and podcaster. Through one-on-one coaching, Isabella teaches women the tools to stop getting triggered by every-freaking thing, cultivate resilience, increase self-confidence and birth in sovereignty.

On the Whose Body Is It Podcast, Isabella interviews radical women from around the world raising consciousness on the harms of transgender ideology, porn and prostitution and exposing all the things we’ve been told are good for us as women.


June 10, 2022
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm CDT
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710 West Cesar Chavez Street
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