M. K. is an American feminist writer and activist. She is also the co-founder Spinster.xyz, a feminist social media platform, a volunteer with the Women’s Human Rights Campaign, and is involved in a variety of other feminist initiatives.
In July of 2019, M. K. was fired from her job as a software engineer for writing a blog about the rise of non-binary identity among young women. That article went viral, and laid the groundwork for 4W as it is today—almost a year later.
The live Q&A will be available to all supporters of 4W on Patreon. Questions may be submitted in advance on social media or Patreon, or asked live on Youtube chat.
Everything is fair game!
Potential topics include: 4W, Spinster, what it's like being #cancelled, social media censorship, big tech, feminist in-fighting and trashing culture, animal rights, houseplants, and relationships. We may get personal. Tea may be spilled.
Live Q&A with M. K. Fain
Saturday, June 27 2020
2 pm Eastern (US) / 11 am Pacific (US) / 1 pm Central (US) / 7 pm UK
Register at: https://www.patreon.com/mkfain
Through June 26, all new Patrons will also get this exclusive 4W "Bad Witch" sticker, in honor of the bravery of women like J. K. Rowling.
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