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WLRN is back on the scene with our feminist anti-war news program in response to all of the war machine worship we have seen this 4th of July season. The show starts with the song Wargasm by L7 and then moves into world news headlines by Maya followed by Buffy St. Marie with her song The War Racket. The first interview segment is with Cynthia Enloe, professor of Political Science, International Development and Women & Gender Studies at Clark University. Next, hear Joni Mitchell’s 1969 live version of her classic anti-war anthem and celebration of 60’s music culture, Woodstock, before our second interview Thistle did with Cindy Sheehan, long-time anti-war activist who is currently working to organize the Women’s March on the Pentagon set for October 20th – 21st in Washington DC.  Finally, to round out our program on women and war, Sekhmet Sheowl offers her profound commentary that brings us that much closer to an understanding of how things are arranged so that we can dismantle them. Thank you for staying tuned to feminist community powered radio! Please listen, like, share and comment widely so we can get this important news program into the ears of women worldwide. Also, if you’d like to donate to this work we are doing, click on the donate button on our wordpress site and THANK YOU for supporting feminist community radio! https://wlrnmedia.wordpress.com/

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From Phoenixx: “This month of July, I bring to you fury and lullabies, sisters. Fury. Need I say anything of the what and why?! I have been feeling full of my fury these last few weeks, sisters, and I need a break. A break… and some focus on doing some energetic/magic activism to help the children who have been separated from their parents at the border and subsequently put into emotional isolation. May this hour’s worth of music be soothing to your soul and theirs. I honor Dolores Huerta, 88 year old Amazon sister in arms still on the front lines at the border, rallying, organizing protests,  and calling for fasting Blessed be!”

Song List:
33 Mala Rodriquez
Cradle Song Kitka
A la Nanita Nana Julie Ellis
Este era un Conejo Silvia Schujer
Cancion de Cuna Maruca
Cucurrucucu Paloma Amanda Martinez
Cielito Lindo Marta Gomez
A La Rorro Nino (Guatemalan Lullaby) Bree Bacon
Sana, sana/There, There Cantare
Esta nina linda Cantare
Mexican Lullaby Northwest Girlchoir
Mexican Waltz Mary Stahl
Meciendo Maria Del Ray
River Lullaby Jennifer Berezan
Rebellion at the House of Rivers Caroyn Hillyer
A River of Birds Libana
I Am Willing Holly Near

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We’ve seen an incredible amount of activism at Pride parades this year. Women all around the globe are taking to the streets for a myriad of reasons: to protest the sterilization of dysphoric children and to represent Lesbians in the face of our erasure, among many others. Radical dykes and allies are joining forces, marching to the beat of a feminist drum all the way from Auckland to L.A.!

In late June, three Lesbians took to the streets of Baltimore. We posted about their actions on our Facebook page, but misogynists swarmed, and Facebook deemed this content “offensive.” We unpublished our page and deleted that post, but it is impossible for us to scrub all of the “offending” content, since we are radical feminists. For an update on our Facebook page, click here.

The following WLRN post was found to be “offensive” by misogynists:

Yesterday at Baltimore Pride, three brave dykes marched behind Mayor Pugh for the parade’s entire duration. They were cordially invited to march with Mayor Pugh to represent Baltimore City’s LGBTQ Commission. One of them wore a shirt that read, “If you call any woman a terf you are a misogynist.” Each woman carried a double-sided, pro-Woman and pro-Lesbian sign. Their six slogans were:

Dykes Don’t Like Dick! / Women Are Oppressed Because of Biology Not Identity / Violence Against Lesbians is an Epidemic / Woman is Not a Feeling / Lesbian Not “Queer” / Change Our Society Not Your Body

Many people shouted obscenities at these women. Some chanted, “Terfs aren’t welcome at Pride!” One man even jumped the barricades to verbally harass these radical lesbian feminists.

Fortunately, several groups cheered with glee for Women and Lesbians, saying “Facts!” and “Raise that sign high!” Countless women wanted to take photos with these marchin’ dykes. Please join the chorus of support on Twitter with #BaltimorePride and let @MayorPugh50 know that Lesbian voices are actively silenced by members of their own so-called “community.” If you do not have a Twitter account, feel free to fill out this form and let Pride organizers know that “terf” is a slur, that Lesbians ARE NOT represented by the “LGBTQ” acronym and DO NOT feel safe at Pride-related events: http://baltimorepride.org/contact/

These radical lesbians took direct action just days after the Baltimore Transgender Alliance encouraged violence against women by stating “terfs will be hung (sic) by their necks” in the description of a public Pride event page.

These Baltimore Dykes are not alone; they were not the first women to crash a Pride parade, and they surely won’t be the last!

In February, two fearless feminist activists, Charlie Montague and Renée Gerlich, dropped a banner that read, “STOP GIVING KIDS SEX HORMONES – PROTECT LESBIAN YOUTH” at Auckland Pride. Montague and Gerlich marched down the middle of the road and told an unsuspecting rainbow-clad reporter, “The Lesbian and gay community are the ones being most affected. We don’t think we should be medicalizing and giving surgery to children just because they’re non-conforming.” For more information on their action in New Zealand, please read Gerlich’s press release.

Renée Gerlich (left) and Charlie Montague (right) carry a banner that reads, “Stop Giving Kids Sex Hormones – Protect Lesbian Youth” at Auckland Pride, February 2018.

Five months later, boots hit the streets as radical dykes and allies stomped through Pride parades in Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York. Women linked arms, sang songs, and carried banners and signs that challenged the patriarchal status quo, as seen below:

For more information about Gaye Chapman and her radical flag, check out this interview with Julie Moss from Feminist Current.

Unfortunately, radical Lesbians at San Francisco’s Pride were not as well received as Ms. Chapman, or the Baltimore Dykes for that matter. A small group of women were met with verbal and physical violence for the crime of representing Lesbian interests. This cohort of radical feminists was “bullied and harassed from the very beginning” of the march by a mob that grew to nearly fifty people. One woman’s double-sided sign, which read “Biology Is Not Bigotry” and “You Can’t Silence Us With Violence – Resist Lesbian Erasure,” was ripped to shreds by inconsolable transgender activists. Once free from this anti-female intimidation, another woman stated, “We stared into a mob of anger and did not back down… We were fierce and powerful.

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We’ve seen an incredible amount of activism at Pride parades this year. Women all around the globe are taking to the streets for a myriad of reasons: to protest the sterilization of dysphoric children and to represent Lesbians in the face of our erasure, among many others. Radical dykes and allies are joining forces, marching to the beat of a feminist drum all the way from Auckland to L.A.!

In late June, three Lesbians took to the streets of Baltimore. We posted about their actions on our Facebook page, but misogynists swarmed, and Facebook deemed this content “offensive.” We unpublished our page and deleted that post, but it is impossible for us to scrub all of the “offending” content, since we are radical feminists. For an update on our Facebook page, click here.

The following WLRN post was found to be “offensive” by misogynists:

Yesterday at Baltimore Pride, three brave dykes marched behind Mayor Pugh for the parade’s entire duration. They were cordially invited to march with Mayor Pugh to represent Baltimore City’s LGBTQ Commission. One of them wore a shirt that read, “If you call any woman a terf you are a misogynist.” Each woman carried a double-sided, pro-Woman and pro-Lesbian sign. Their six slogans were:

Dykes Don’t Like Dick! / Women Are Oppressed Because of Biology Not Identity / Violence Against Lesbians is an Epidemic / Woman is Not a Feeling / Lesbian Not “Queer” / Change Our Society Not Your Body

Many people shouted obscenities at these women. Some chanted, “Terfs aren’t welcome at Pride!” One man even jumped the barricades to verbally harass these radical lesbian feminists.

Fortunately, several groups cheered with glee for Women and Lesbians, saying “Facts!” and “Raise that sign high!” Countless women wanted to take photos with these marchin’ dykes. Please join the chorus of support on Twitter with #BaltimorePride and let @MayorPugh50 know that Lesbian voices are actively silenced by members of their own so-called “community.” If you do not have a Twitter account, feel free to fill out this form and let Pride organizers know that “terf” is a slur, that Lesbians ARE NOT represented by the “LGBTQ” acronym and DO NOT feel safe at Pride-related events: http://baltimorepride.org/contact/

These radical lesbians took direct action just days after the Baltimore Transgender Alliance encouraged violence against women by stating “terfs will be hung (sic) by their necks” in the description of a public Pride event page.

These Baltimore Dykes are not alone; they were not the first women to crash a Pride parade, and they surely won’t be the last!

In February, two fearless feminist activists, Charlie Montague and Renée Gerlich, dropped a banner that read, “STOP GIVING KIDS SEX HORMONES – PROTECT LESBIAN YOUTH” at Auckland Pride. Montague and Gerlich marched down the middle of the road and told an unsuspecting rainbow-clad reporter, “The Lesbian and gay community are the ones being most affected. We don’t think we should be medicalizing and giving surgery to children just because they’re non-conforming.” For more information on their action in New Zealand, please read Gerlich’s press release.

Renée Gerlich (left) and Charlie Montague (right) carry a banner that reads, “Stop Giving Kids Sex Hormones – Protect Lesbian Youth” at Auckland Pride, February 2018.

Five months later, boots hit the streets as radical dykes and allies stomped through Pride parades in Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York. Women linked arms, sang songs, and carried banners and signs that challenged the patriarchal status quo, as seen below:

For more information about Gaye Chapman and her radical flag, check out this interview with Julie Moss from Feminist Current.

Unfortunately, radical Lesbians at San Francisco’s Pride were not as well received as Ms. Chapman, or the Baltimore Dykes for that matter. A small group of women were met with verbal and physical violence for the crime of representing Lesbian interests. This cohort of radical feminists was “bullied and harassed from the very beginning” of the march by a mob that grew to nearly fifty people. One woman’s double-sided sign, which read “Biology Is Not Bigotry” and “You Can’t Silence Us With Violence – Resist Lesbian Erasure,” was ripped to shreds by inconsolable transgender activists. Once free from this anti-female intimidation, another woman stated, “We stared into a mob of anger and did not back down… We were fierce and powerful.

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In late June of 2018, Facebook contacted us and told us to scrub our “offending content” with the option of unpublishing the page while doing it. We unpublished the page but it is impossible for us to scrub all of the “offending” content since we are radical feminists. For an update on our Facebook page, please visit:
https://wlrnmedia.wordpress.com/2018/06/23/wlrns-fb-page-update/

The following WLRN post was found to be “offensive” by misogynists:

Yesterday at Baltimore Pride, three brave dykes marched behind Mayor Pugh for the parade’s entire duration. They were cordially invited to march with Mayor Pugh to represent Baltimore City’s LGBTQ Commission. One of them wore a shirt that read, “If you call any woman a terf you are a misogynist.” Each woman carried a double-sided, pro-Woman and pro-Lesbian sign. Their six slogans were:

Dykes Don’t Like Dick! / Women Are Oppressed Because of Biology Not Identity / Violence Against Lesbians is an Epidemic / Woman is Not a Feeling / Lesbian Not “Queer” / Change Our Society Not Your Body

Many people shouted obscenities at these women. Some chanted, “Terfs aren’t welcome at Pride!” One man even jumped the barricades to verbally harass these radical lesbian feminists.

Fortunately, several groups cheered with glee for Women and Lesbians, saying “Facts!” and “Raise that sign high!” Countless women wanted to take photos with these marchin’ dykes. Please join the chorus of support on Twitter with #BaltimorePride and let @MayorPugh50 know that Lesbian voices are actively silenced by members of their own so-called “community.” If you do not have a Twitter account, feel free to fill out this form and let Pride organizers know that “terf” is a slur, that Lesbians ARE NOT represented by the “LGBTQ” acronym and DO NOT feel safe at Pride-related events: http://baltimorepride.org/contact/

These radical lesbians took direct action just days after the Baltimore Transgender Alliance encouraged violence against women by stating “terfs will be hung (sic) by their necks” in the description of a public Pride event page.

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Dear WLRN listeners and supporters:

On June 17th, we posted photos on our FB page of three lesbians in Baltimore with signs and t-shirts that caused a stir. Chaos ensued as transactivists swarmed the page and filed complaints to Facebook.

Thanks to all of the women who reached out to us with their screen shots and concern about the attacks to our page.

FB contacted us and told us to scrub our “offending content” with the option of unpublishing the page while doing it. We unpublished the page but it is impossible for us to scrub all of the “offending” content since we are radical feminists.

In the end, we have decided to remove the Baltimore Pride Parade post and pics, but nothing more and to keep our page unpublished until July 5th, when we release our monthly podcast. Our hope is that by July 5th, TRAs will have lost interest in attacking and reporting our FB page. If not, we will ask our supporters to report TRA attacks & harassment to FB to see if maybe we can win this one.

Here is the link to our backup FB page we created in case our original page gets permanently removed: https://www.facebook.com/womensliberationradionews/

Thanks to all of the brave women who persist and bear witness to the actions radical feminists are taking and are taking actions themselves too. Solidarity and Sisterhood to our Baltimore Crew!

Stay tuned for WLRN’s July 5th release just in time to counter US toxic patriotism found in many 4th of July celebrations. We are dedicating this program to women and anti-war activism and hope you enjoy it.

Feel free to share the news of what happened to our FB page with other women you trust, along with the link to our backup page. We would like to build a little momentum before republishing it on July 5th.

Solidarity!
WLRN Staff Collective

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Happy Pride Month to all the wonderful Lesbians out there! Sister my Sister, you are seen. You are loved!

WLRN’s June podcast is dedicated to you women who defy the mold. Join us as we focus on Butch Womyn! This month we had the pleasure of speaking with Pippa Fleming, Paula Jellis, and several women who attended the Cinema Systers festival in Paducah, Kentucky. We begin with world headlines by Maya and end with commentary by Sekhmet. Musical selections include “You Can Sleep While I Drive” by KD Lang & Melissa Etheridge, and “Michfest Blues” by Nedra Johnson.

Thank you to all our interviewees for sharing your time and voices with us. And thank you to all our listeners out there! We couldn’t do what we do without this wonderful community of radical womyn, so thank you all for your fearless guidance and loving support!

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In the May/June issue of Our Lives magazine, Emily Mills published a piece called “TERF Wars” about the recent Access Hour program featuring interviews Thistle Pettersen did with Julie Bindel and Meghan Murphy.

“TERF Wars” is in print form all over the City of Madison and available for free at coffee shops, street corners, community centers and places where the public is out and about.

Many feminists and allies responded to the article, both in the comments underneath the piece and by sending letters via their web site contact form.

Below, is what Ms. Pettersen sent to Emily Mills via the Our Lives web site contact form.

Note to Emily Mills from Thistle Pettersen June 5th, 2018:

“A couple of things…the WORT board president has put out a letter condemning the Access Hour program from March 19th  on June 3rd. He says it was not in alignment with WORT’s mission statement. 

Also, I found the following on the WORT web site. It’s dated December 13th, 2017 and was not written nor posted by me. This proves that there was forewarning publicly posted on the WORT web site about the March 19th, 2018 Access Hour content. You misreported on this in the OL article.

https://www.wortfm.org/tag/womens-liberation-radio-news/

I just wanted you to know that I know that you are lying about me and that all of the shit you have stirred up to make people hate me personally and as an individual is rotten as eggs on the playground of life between adults, some of them bullies.

I am not a mean person — anyone can see that, trans or otherwise. Why incite large groups of local community people to target an individual with no power? How does that further your cause? Further civil and open discussion? Further anything of value?

Anyway, I know you will not see my humanity in all of this, but rather, you will see me as you have painted me as a “hateful bigot.” I am not that and it is a gross misrepresentation of who I am, my character and how I conduct myself publicly and privately. I am a private citizen with the right to pursue happiness just like any other private citizen. It is wholly unfair and inhumane to target me in the ways you have.

I pity the karma you have collected on this one, sister. I am a weed that grows up through the cracks in the sidewalks of our civilization — which is the real news story that you have unwittingly made break further ground.”

Getting Back to Safety

The journey to living a normal life again continues for Thistle as she grapples with all of the implications and repercussions unfolding due to her willingness to go back to WORT to broadcast interviews with Meghan Murphy of Feminist Current and Julie Bindel .

In May, Thistle asked the board president to send her the letters, both pro and con, that were sent to the station privately for her records, but he chose to publish them on the WORT web site along with his response dated June 3rd to the Access Hour program on March 19th.

Below is Thistle’s response to his public publication of the letters and his statement.

“Dave & Jane,

Thanks for giving me access to the letters and for your June 3rd response letter, Dave.
Since you decided to publish all of that publicly, please include a link to the show featured in the title of your post so people unfamiliar can listen to the program in question. You could also just link to it in the WORT archive.
As far as you saying that my guests and I deny the existence of trans people, that is rhetoric that is used to punish and condemn women who have questions about the trans movement and how it impacts women and our ability to have civil discussion in our society about gender. As I have said before, asserting the existence of women as a class of people protected under the law is not to deny the existence of any other group, category or class of people, including trans and transexual people, non-binary people or otherwise self-identified people with regard to gender and sex.
You may remember that I stated the following in a letter to you and the board on May 14th about the existence of Transgender as a category:

We can probably also loosely agree that it is a category of persons who feel they were born into a wrongly sexed body that does not match their internal feeling of gender identity so they have a need (some would say a right) to present as the opposite sex and to be legally recognized as the opposite sex or of no sex or gender at all. Yes, this is a category and class of persons called “transgender” — I am not in denial of that. 

 
I am not a lawyer, but the definitions of “gender identity” and “non-binary gender” and “transgender” differ widely depending on who you are talking to. A current legal definition  of “gender identity” is the following “An individual’s self-identification as being male, female, neither gender, or a blend of both genders.” So as you can see, my understanding of what “transgender” is as a category accepts this definition of “gender identity.
Also, the Left Forum, an annual event in New York City, allowed a panel of women to speak critically about gender this year just this past weekend! The women circulated this statement published by the Progressive magazine in a flier before the panel discussion.
They were inundated with transactivist complaints last year when women tried to hold a similar panel discussion of the topic and the organizers yanked the panel — but this year, somehow, they got in and people were receptive to what they had to say! This is very heart-warming to all of the women I know who are trying to have a civil conversation on the left.
WLRN offered our small platform to the women last year who were dis-invited from the Left Forum. You can hear those interviews here: https://wlrnmedia.wordpress.com/2017/08/03/edition-16-the-money-behind-the-trans-movement-and-impact-on-lesbians/.
My hope is that WORT and the entire left community in Madison will be able to engage in civil discussion of these topics and allow women with dissenting views on gender to be able to use their own language and to represent themselves directly, rather than being misrepresented and further marginalized because they are not allowed to speak — or when we do speak — articles and public statements that follow do not reflect the content of what we have actually said.
Something you should know, also with regard to your letter, Dave, is that many of the women who get called “TERF” do not identify as radical feminists. They are just women, from a variety of backgrounds and political persuasions, who ask questions about the logic of gender identity philosophy and politics.
For now, I need to lay low and hope that all of the harassment and defaming of me as an individual stops so that I can pursue my dreams of playing my original singer/songwriter music that has to do with bike riding around the country and environmental topics, including poetic reference and alarm to climate change, a very real problem that impacts us all.
For the record, I never played one song in reference to trans politics at my regular show I had at the Crystal. I never mentioned the topic on the mic EVER, though curious regulars would try to get me to talk about it while sitting at the bar — which did get me in trouble. I should have refused to talk about it — but I am an open, trusting person to a fault.
I am struggling to find a way to stop the harassment and bullying of me as an individual. I would like to move on, as I am sure many others in our community would like to do too.
Your statement and the publishing of it and all of the letters on the WORT web site opens up the discussion of me being targeted again.
If there is anything you can do to let WORT listeners and community members know that it is not okay to harass and defame an individual, I would greatly appreciate that. Thanks.
Sincerely,
Long-time WORT listener Thistle Pettersen”

In order to better understand the context of the letter above to WORT board president, David Webber-Deveaux,  see his statement in its entirety about Thistle’s March 19th Access Hour program. 

To all of our WLRN listeners, thanks for staying tuned to Women’s Liberation Radio News.

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Songs List:
(with introduction) Sisters are doin’ it for themselves   Eurythmics featuring Aretha Franklin
Amazon Like Rock   Staceyann Chin
Rise Again        Amazon wimmin/Judith Casselberry
Sisters in Struggle    Lesbians on Ecstacy
Amazonas De La tierra   Mayra Casales
Leaping Lesbians   Sue Fink, Joelyn Grippo
Ain’t No Backin Up  Now     Isis
Ain’t No Mountain High Enough   Diana Ross
Got to Be Real  Cheryl Lynn
I’m Every Woman/Respect    Aretha Franklin
You Gotta Believe   The Pointer Sisters
Think Twice   Henrik Schwarz Remix of The Detroit Experiment
Shaman Weavers Dance      Carolyn Hillyer

This month on your Women’s Liberation Music Hour, DJ Phoenixx presents songs for your very own Dance Party that include some of her favorite dance music. Being a fan of funk (it’s not easy to find female/Feminist funk bands, by the way!), she also likes dancing to disco. It is hard to find disco songs that are not misogynist and/or steeped in a male love interest when sung by female artists. Phoenixx did find a couple that she is comfortable offering to us in this context of women’s liberation. For Phoenixx, it’s important to us as Radical Feminists to just dance out the layers and layers of anger, frustration and sadness to music that moves our bodies. So, hopefully in this next hour, you will find your body moving to the dance-able rhythms.

Check out this link! https://exit.sc/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3D0pjJEtA3Br4

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When WLRN first got word that anonymous lesbian and gender-critical activists in the San Francisco Bay Area were calling for people to hold up signs reading “I was called a TERF because…”, we jumped at the opportunity to help in our capacity as your Feminist Community Radio Station online. The call-out for the action was released on May 16th to private or secret feminist FB groups, which is how WLRN came to know of it. At first, the gmail address listed was inaccurate, but a few hours later, that was corrected and now women can send their pics to theterfexhibit@gmail.com to participate.

These activists are creating this media stunt in response to the San Francisco Public Library’s decision to exhibit the Degenderettes “art” that features axes and baseball bats some covered in barbed wire and blood splattered t-shirts, one with the phrase “I punch TERFs” and a sign that says “Die Cis Scum.”

The blood splattered t-shirts were removed from the exhibit after feminists complained they represent a call for violence against women, but the exhibit remains up and the library supports the general gist of it which is alarming and in need of some creative feminist media action.

The organizers of the TERF Exhibit are also asking participants to tweet their photos to the SF public library during an “Art & Activism in the Bay” panel discussion featuring the Degenderettes exhibit to be held at the library at 2 PM Pacific Time on May 26th.

Use the hashtag #IwasCalledTERF and tweet them to ‪@SFPublicLibrary.

Here are some of the photos WLRN captured for this action!

The action is being called by a small group of Bay Area based activists, largely being led by women.  They are intersectional in their feminist analysis and specifically are calling on women to participate who are in more than one oppressed group. On their public Facebook page, the organizers state:

“It seems highly improbable that the SFPL or any other publicly funded institution would partner with an organization that has called for violence against black people, Jewish people, disabled people, or any other oppressed population. Therefore, their willingness to partner with an organization that calls for violence against women comes across as blatant sexism.”

“I would like to specifically appeal to women from doubly-oppressed communities to come forward with their stories. I still find myself appalled when I read accounts in which women have been smeared or harassed for stating their same-sex attraction or for pointing out that males accessing the women’s restroom is not the same thing as racially segregated facilities during Jim Crow. Homophobia and racism are prominent aspects of these larger anti-TERF narratives and I think it’s important to point this out.”

This is a wonderfully grassroots art action being initiated by and for women who are standing up to the trans narrative that has as of late, become about accepting and promoting violence against women as “feminism.”

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