Tag: Misogyny

NDRN’s Chloe Sommers Takes On Sexist Workplaces…and an Emcee

While speaking at Millennium Grow’s networking VIP Cannabis event in Denver, our Chloe Sommers offered observations on the tech industry and parallels in cannabis industry, when she was verbally attacked by the event’s emcee. We at the Never Daunted Radio Network don’t condone abuse or hate speech of any kind but feel it necessary to call out those who continue… Read more →


A Message to the White Man (and Woman) in America

I think it’s time we had a talk. You may not want to listen, you may not want to care, but I can assure you, we’ll both be better off if you did.  For so long, and especially now, we’ve spent more time talking at each other than to each other. While life for all of us here in America is… Read more →


In Defense of Kanye West’s “Famous”

With all the controversy surrounding the release of Kanye West’s “Famous”, the perceived attack on Taylor Swift may be a bit overblown Last Thursday, Kanye West premiered his new album The Life of Pablo to a sold out crowd at Madison Square Garden, as well as thousands watching live streams in theaters around the world and millions watching online live streams through… Read more →

Entertaining But Hollow: David Fincher’s ‘Gone Girl’ is a Cinematic Indecision

After sitting here in front of the monitor looking at a blank page where a review is supposed to be, I finally came to the simple conclusion that David Fincher’s Gone Girl is really not that a good movie. But damn if it’s not an entertaining one. Based on the 2012 novel by Gillian Flynn (who also wrote the screenplay),… Read more →

A Picture of True Misogyny: Pakistani Woman is Stoned to Death Simply for Marrying the Man she Loved

The world we live in is both dark and brutish. As people, we make the world that much worse by defining ourselves through the way which we treat others, most of which is ruled by ignorant adherence to myth, legend and backward customs. And for what? To stake a claim of divine superiority over other people, cultures…and even one’s one family?… Read more →

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