Strength to Fight’s executive director Josh Gilman joined Jonathon Van Maren to discuss how the Brett Kavanaugh hearings split the anti-porn movement along political lines and badly damaged the coalitions fighting porn and sexual assault–and what we can do about it.
Josh Gilman of Strength to Fight and Jonathon Van Maren discuss the “incel” movement, an online community of angry young men like mass murderer Elliot Rodger (pictured) and also the alleged Toronto van murderer Alek Minassian–and how pornography fueled their worldview.
By Jonathon Van Maren September 28, 2016 I touched down in Houston, Texas, in mid-afternoon with my colleague Josh Gilman, the executive director of the two-year-old Canadian anti-porn start-up, Strength to Fight. We were flying in to attend the third annual Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation Summit, a gathering of anti-porn activists, researchers, scholars, and organizations…
Josh Gilman is a former radio host and political staffer who recently decided to dedicate his life to launching Canada’s very first anti-porn organization, Strength to Fight. He joins Jonathon to talk about the need for anti-porn activism–and how Strength to Fight is stepping up.