No boys allowed: this year’s Chart art fair will only exhibit women artists

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'The organisers of the Nordic Chart art fair say they plan to show only women artists at this year’s eighth edition (28-30 August) in a bid to “highlight one of the biggest structural barriers in the art scene and art market: gender imbalance”. In another radical move, the fair will adopt a new “de-centred format” this year in the wake of the coronavirus crisis, taking place across five Nordic cities.

The fair's director, Nanna Hjortenberg, tells The Art Newspaper that they “were already planning to present women artists exclusively at Chart 2020 at [the usual venue] Kunsthal Charlottenborg in Copenhagen. With a strong collective statement from the participating galleries, we want to start the debate [around gender inequality] and engage the entire arts sector in developing solutions for a better-balanced art scene. In the Nordics, we know that by pushing collectively we can create a much bigger impact than we can achieve individually.”'

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Woman inherits estate after murdering husband and claiming emotional abuse

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'A woman previously convicted of murdering her husband but successfully appealed down to a lesser charge of manslaughter will now be able to fully inherit his estate instead of the couple’s children.

In 2010, Sally Challen went to visit her estranged husband with a hammer in her purse. As her husband, Richard, ate lunch, Sally beat him to death with the Hammer, leaving a note on his body that said, “I love you.” She then fled the home and was later arrested and convicted for his murder.
The couple had already separated at the time of the murder. Richard moved out and began dating again, while Sally struggled to move on and eventually begged Richard to take her back. Sally told police after the murder, “I wasn’t thinking ‘I’m going to go and kill Richard’. I was thinking I’m going to go there and there’s a possibility, depending on how it panned out.”

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SAVE: Is Your Representative Anti-Due Process?

"No person shall be deprived of life, liberty or property without due process of law" is every American's right under the Fifth Amendment.

Unfortunately, 104 Democratic members of Congress opted to take an opposing stand by signing a letter last week to Secretary DeVos and Assistant Secretary Marcus, decrying the new Title IX Regulation will "jeopardize the civil rights of students."[1]

On the contrary, the Regulations enhance the due process protections for all students, including giving complainants the autonomy to choose to file a formal complaint, an informal resolution, or withdraw their complaint at any point. The previous guidance did not give complainants that option.

All students now have equal protections under the rule.

The inaccurate and unfounded statements in the letter show the "straw-grasping" techniques these elected officials are using to confuse the uninformed public.

SAVE asks you to get involved.

The link to the letter is below. Please click on it and see if your representative is anti-due process.

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SAVE: 145 Universities Under Federal Investigation for Sex Discrimination Against Male Students

Press release here. Excerpt:

'A total of 145 colleges and universities around the country are currently under investigation by the federal Office for Civil Rights (OCR) for allegations of sex discrimination against male students. The investigations are targeting some of the most prestigious and largest institutions of higher education around the country.

On January 7, 2020, OCR opened an investigation against Harvard University for its support of seven sex-discriminatory programs. These programs include the Harvard College Women’s Leadership Awards, Graduate Women in Science and Engineering, and the Women in Global Health LEAD Fellowship. The LEAD Fellowship advertises its program with this uncommon description, “Learn, Engage, Advance, Disrupt.” (1) (OCR Complaint No. 01-19-2203)

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Clementine Ford allowed to keep grant despite backlash over 'coronavirus isn't killing men fast enough' tweet

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'Clementine Ford has been given the green light to keep a council grant to help her write a new book after it came under review when she declared coronavirus 'isn't killing men fast enough'.

The 39-year-old posted the outrageous statement on Twitter on Saturday in response to an article written about gender disparities in parenting children during the coronavirus crisis.

She shared the story of a woman forced to quit her job during the pandemic because her stay-at-home husband could not cope with full-time parenting - and said the woman 'deserved better'.'

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Search for murder-spree student who denounced gun violence and "toxic masculinity"

Article here. Insane behavior is driven by insanity, not ideologies. In the final analysis, to kill an otherwise physically unoffending fellow human is an act of insanity. A criminal act rightly punished by jail, etc., but an insane one. Crazy is as crazy does. Excerpt:

'The FBI and police in three states are hunting for a University of Connecticut student suspected in a terrifying three-day crime spree that included two murders, a home-invasion robbery, and a kidnapping.

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Law professor falsely accused of rape wins $1.2 million defamation judgment

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'In what appears to be the largest award of its kind in state history, a University of Minnesota Law School professor has won nearly $1.2 million in his defamation case against a woman whose false rape allegation had him locked up in jail for three weeks and charged with a felony.

Francesco Parisi prevailed Monday in Hennepin County District Court after a bench trial in September. Judge Daniel Moreno ruled that more than $800,000 of the award will go to Parisi for economic losses, along with $325,000 to cover emotional, punitive and reputational damages.'

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Hawaii Proposes ‘Feminist Economic Recovery Plan’ Filled With Sex Discrimination

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'What’s a “feminist economic recovery plan”? Exactly what you would expect: A document full of policies aimed to help women at the expense of men that will ultimately end up hurting women as well.
Let’s take a look at just one of those proposals: The $24.80 per hour minimum wage for single mothers. What about single fathers? What about merit? How long until stores start hiring anyone but single mothers to avoid having to pay them so much extra simply based on their circumstances and not their performance or skill?
In the actual plan, the minimum wage proposal is touted because it would “work to reduce homelessness, dependency on men, and costs to the state/DHS in terms of benefits to assist women because they comprise the majority of the state’s impoverished.”'

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Kirsten Gillibrand Asked About Biden Allegations, Trashes Education Department And Due Process

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'Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) has continued her reign as one of the most hypocritical alleged feminists in all of politics.

During a recent interview with radio host Evan Dawson, Gillibrand was asked about the differences between the allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and those against de facto Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. Gillibrand offered an answer full of misrepresentations about the allegations against Kavanaugh.'

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DeVos' reforms draw challenge

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'Last week, the American Civil Liberties Union, the veteran civil rights organization, filed a lawsuit challenging a newly enacted Trump administration policy change. The twist: The policy change is one that has been praised by numerous civil libertarians as expanding due process for people accused of offenses. The matter at hand is the enforcement of Title IX, the federal statute that bans sex discrimination in education and covers college disciplinary proceedings in cases of sexual harassment and sexual assault.

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Title IX consultants tell colleges to break the law in response to new sexual misconduct rules

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'Colleges that do publish training materials, as the new regulation mandates, will “get a letter from us kindly asking you to make sure they are removed,” he said. The implication is clear: ATIXA will sue colleges for following a legally binding regulation following the notice-and-comment process outlined under the Administrative Procedure Act.

The Office for Civil Rights apparently noticed ATIXA’s claim that its copyright supersedes duly enacted regulation. Without mentioning the group, OCR wrote a blog post Monday reiterating that Title IX training materials, among other “important information,” must be posted on schools’ websites – no exceptions.'

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SAVE: Tell Gateway Pundit to Stop Pushing Fake DV Myths

A recent news article falsely scared the public with the title:

“HORROR! Domestic Violence Up 21% in Cities Across the US Due to Covid 19 Lockdowns”. [1]

False. Fake. Untrue.

There is an “assumption” stay-at-home orders are increasing DV, but the evidence SAVE has uncovered over the past 10 weeks shows the contrary. The fake news wants us to believe otherwise.

SAVE has been closely monitoring and analyzing domestic violence-related police reports in 33 large localities around the country.

The accurate results show domestic violence calls were steady or fewer than before coronavirus restrictions were put in place. Only 3 cities reported a “minor or small” increase in the number of calls. Three. [2]

We need your help to dispel the atrocious domestic violence rate increase myths.

Please email the author of this fake news, Jim Hoft at

Ask him to dig deep and report the truth that DV rates are overall the same or down.

Thank You,
The SAVE Team

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Education Department Says Schools Must Post Previously Hidden Title IX Training Materials

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'For years, accused students have been at a disadvantage due to the hiding of materials used to train Title IX adjudicators. During lawsuits, accused students are rarely able to obtain the training materials that would show supposedly neutral investigators were actually trained to believe accusers and not the accused.

When those materials were obtained, they showed that Title IX investigators tasked with looking into claims of student-on-student sexual assault were trained to believe that women rarely, if ever, lie about sexual assault. Training materials include the misleading and biased statistic that just 2% of sexual assault allegations are false, which would naturally give investigators the idea that they would be wise to believe the accusation no matter what the evidence suggests, because more than nine times out of 10, they would be right.

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NFL player sues United Airlines, alleges woman sexually assaulted him on flight

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'An NFL player said he was sexually harassed and assaulted by a female passenger on a United Airlines flight and accused two flight attendants of failing to properly respond to his complaints.

The incident happened during a late-night plane ride in February from Los Angeles to Newark, New Jersey, according to a lawsuit filed on Monday in Los Angeles Superior Court.
The lawsuit says that the men saw the woman taking prescription pills and believe she was intoxicated and under the influence of drugs. Her behavior toward the men "intensified" during the plane ride, according to the lawsuit.
"Fearful of the perception of being a male victim and the racial stigma of being a young African American male, John Doe 1 patiently pleaded for assailant to stop and removed her hand," the suit says.

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Epidemics on Campus, Real and Imagined

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'Each academic year, activists and politicians sound the alarm that the nation's college campuses are overrun by an epidemic of sexual violence. Presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden, for example, has warned the nation that "one in five of every one of those young women who is dropped off for that first day of school, before they finish school, will be assaulted in her college years." The numbers are swelling even larger in other surveys, to one in four or even one in three.

Interestingly, despite this so-called epidemic of sexual violence, colleges never made the decision to close. Instead they staffed up student conduct offices and dismantled due process protections for students accused of sexual misconduct in an effort to persuade alleged victims to come forward.

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