There no evidence that the content was catered to only be useful to women or NB people though, so I wouldn even use your analogy about males being allowed in some pregnancy meeting (but even that example is such a stupid point because males should be there anyway since they are a part of the process too). From the tweets it sounds more like the exclusionary process was to incentivize attendence because it would be more comfortable for them to go through surrounded by peers similar to them and not feel “threatened” by a dominate male population. With the events being useful to people other than women and NB people, I still do feel like it fucked up to disclude other groups so they can create artificial diversity.
A similar dynamic took hold in the 1960s and ’70s, when public sector unionization started to pick up. Although many were prohibited from collective bargaining or striking, these workers sparked a massive public sector strike wave of teachers and nurses, clerical, social service and sanitation workers. In the process, they won wage and benefit increases and they forced local, state and federal governments to recognize public workers’ right to organize.
In Jordan day, brands could control what their athletes were saying. Nike, Adidas, and other companies now realize that since so many athletes interact with social media, where the protests played on a 24 hour loop, they bound to join the conversation. Kind of an undercurrent that pulls you in, says TNT analyst Kenny Smith, a former NBA player in the 1980s and 1990s..
I had the opportunity today to attend and participate in, a 5 Rhythms Dance, session or “sweat” as some refer to it. The dance has its origins in Native American culture and there are some similarities to a sweat lodge session and, hence the naming. What I experienced had the grandfatherly like shroud of something truly sacred; it was almost as if the collective energies of the dancers created an impenetrable globe of protection, reflection, and expressiveness.
“In some way after that exchange, I think I’m viewed with suspicion by my neighbors because of an act of political expression, which is a little on the bizarre side,” he said. “I’m just a guy who has a dog and works a job.”Discovering the Big SortThe “red” and “blue” states shown on television maps during the past several national elections depict a country in a static standoff. On this scale, politics is a game of Risk.