What do women want? The ‘Art of Thinking’ about feminism today

Thursday 8 November, 18:3021:30, LCB DEPOT, 31 Rutland Street, Leicester, LE1 IREUK satellites


Tickets £5.00 / £3.00. Available from Eventbrite or pay on the door.

‘The brave, bold Ella Whelan is a leading voice of a rising generation of young warriors for free speech, which is lamentably threatened from both the left and the right in today’s world.’ – Camille Paglia

‘In this brilliant book, she puts the case for female autonomy against feminist victimhood. All women and men who value women’s liberation should read this.’ – Brendan O’Neill

This will be more than just a conversation. Dr Greg Scorzo will philosophically interrogate Ella Whelan on the subject of her book, What Women Want: Fun, Freedom and an End to Feminism. Are women victims of patriarchy? Or are they as free, strong, and capable as men? In this discussion, Ella won’t just tell us what she thinks about these issues, but why she thinks what she thinks.

‘Art of Thinking’ evenings centre around current cultural trends in the contemporary digital age, and are an opportunity to meet, think, eat and drink. Our motto is: ‘You don’t have to think like everybody else.’

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