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A Guide To Faith Goldy And How (Not) To Report On Her - 2018-09-26

F0.png A Guide To Faith Goldy And How (Not) To Report On Her September 26, 2018, Alheli Picazo, Canadaland

On January 25, 2018, Roosh V — real name Daryush Valizadeh, a rank misogynist and denizen of the so-called "manosphere" — hosted a live-streamed discussion of "tradthots" in the far right. A "tradthot" is a female internet personality who preaches "traditional" values and gender roles while advocating a #tradright lifestyle, but who fails to adhere to those standards herself, as the underlying motivation isn't ideology, but rather, the allure of financial and reputational gain.

Gonzo journalist and conspiracy monger Laura Loomer, white nationalist podcaster Nicholas J. Fuentes, and far-right extremist Peter "Sweden" Imanuelsen were among the panel's "special guests." So, too, was Faith Goldy — the conservative commentator turned fringe-right propagandist turned neo-Nazi fellow traveller turned (for the moment) marginal candidate in Toronto's mayoral election.

Pressed by Roosh on precisely where women in the far right belong, if she doesn't think they should be in a "leadership-type role" (such as running for political office), Goldy suggested that rather than waste time on women — who, by #tradlife standards, should be at home dedicating themselves to the "4 Cs" of cooking, cleaning, children, and church — this was a time to "focus on male DNA… this is a time for strong men."

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | first = Alheli | last = Picazo | title = A Guide To Faith Goldy And How (Not) To Report On Her | url = https://www.canadalandshow.com/guide-to-reporting-on-faith-goldy/ | work = Canadaland | date = September 26, 2018 | accessdate = April 23, 2019 }}