Episode 50: Cynthia Breheny Literally Erases by Drawing

The Dorx chat with Cynthia Breheny, a sexist, racist, and transphobic artist who perverts free speech and art as a means to hurt people. OR DOES SHE?? Perhaps she’s a sweet, young, unusually moderate illustrator with her own interesting history of gender dysphoria and heterodox gender-diverse friends. Nina, as Elder Artist and TERF, imparts her aged wisdom upon the young’un, while Corinna is unafraid to face accusations of “erasing” kinky toddlers. Is there hope for the future? Maybe!

Cynthia Breheny of Twitter: https://twitter.com/PTElephant

Website: https://www.ptelephant.com/

It’s impossible to capture the beauty of the Dorx, but Breheny tried.

One thought on “Episode 50: Cynthia Breheny Literally Erases by Drawing

  1. Your description of the etymology of “crone” made me laugh out loud, because until today I’d only seen it in goofy woo books and sites as the following:

    “Crone comes from crown, indicating wisdom emanating from the head; hag comes from hagio meaning holy; and witch comes from wit meaning wise. Crones, hags, and witches frequently were leaders, midwives and healers in their communities.”

    and honestly, spoiled meat is way closer to the way us oldies are regarded.
    And yeah, invisibility is pretty great.

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