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Titania McGrath: The Insane Jokes That Have Come True (Pt.1)| Andrew Doyle | POLITICS | Rubin Report
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Andrew Doyle creator of the fictitious character Titania McGrath. He (writing as Titania) is the author of the new book "Woke: A Guide to Social Justice". Andrew is a journalist, playwright, and political satirist. Titania McGrath is the extreme social justice warrior Twitter persona of Doyle’s that he uses to satirize the craziest extremes of identity politics from the SJW progressive left. Andrew shares some of his craziest tweets that started as jokes, but eventually became reality. He shares his belief that it isn’t the young, often described as snowflakes, who are the problem, but the professors in academia who are pushing these belief systems.
Is the state of US news driving you crazy? Does the coverage of political news rarely seem “fair and balanced”? Serious discussions on US politics is vital to having a healthy democracy. No matter what political party you belong to, we need to be able to hear a variety of political perspectives. Whether you majored in political science or just want to have a deeper understanding of the issues you’ll want to check out this playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEbhOtC9klbCr0iN2ANJbaV477B0eSpc6
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Comedian Andrew Doyle explains why he created the parody Twitter personality Titania McGrath and how she winds up activists on both sides of the political spectrum.
We think being authentic is about remaining true to who we are, and many of us consider plastic surgery as a the preserve of tabloid celebritis rather than people like us. But from Caitlin Jenner to Chelsea Manning, plastic surgery is now seen as a means to ensure our bodies reflect authentic inner lives. Should we embrace cosmetic transformation as a way of becoming closer to who we really are, or who we might wish to become? Or should we be seeking to end society’s obsession with appearance?
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Julia Long: Dr Julia Long is a radical lesbian feminist activist and the author of Anti-Porn: The Resurgence of Anti-Pornography Feminism
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Anushka Asthana talks to Brussels correspondents past and present about how membership has changed Britain. Plus: Dan Sabbagh on Britain’s decision on Huawei’s role in British infrastructure
In this special christmas episode, the last in this series until next year,
Amanda Blainey talks to Mr Bingo. He is called Mr Bingo because when he was 19 he won £141 at the Gala Bingo. In 2011 he began the project ‘Hate Mail’ on Twitter, where strangers paid him to send a hand-drawn offensive postcard to a name and address of their choice. It sold out within days; since then he has opened it 12 times and it has sold out every time within minutes. Like much of his work, the project started as ‘a drunk idea’, but ended up being exhibited in galleries and gaining notoriety among the global press. In summer 2015, he ran a Kickstarter campaign to fund a high-end art book of his ‘Hate Mail’ illustrations. The campaign, was successfully funded within 9 hours, making it the most successful Kickstarter for a book in the UK ever.
in 2015 after a 15 year career as an illustrator, Mr Bingo made a decision to stop working for clients and go it alone as an artist.
For the last four years he has created in his own words a ‘nudey scratchy festive fun’ christmas advent calendar in which each day in December is represented by a different person whose clothing is printed in removable gold
ink , when you scratch off the ink you reveal them in all their naked glory. This episode was recorded in London in a coffee lounge,
we talk about - Art- Not being too busy and doing nothing-
Challenging the norm of what ‘working’ is.
Mr Bingo’s gravestone art project- Freelancing- Having fun- How walking is good for you- Can work be a hobby?- What if we live forever?- And of course we cover those small subjects of death and life! This episode contains some swearing.Episode references https://shop.mr.bingo/https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mrbingo/hate-mail-the-definitive-collection
Rachel Humphreys heads to Uxbridge, where the 25-year old Labour candidate Ali Milani is campaigning to unseat Boris Johnson. And: Jonathan Freedland on antisemitism in the Labour party
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