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Subscribe to our YouTube channel for more videos: http://bit.ly/2bDhQUX What happens when the misogyny is coming from INSIDE THE HOUSE?! Often, when feminists raise the issue of internalized misogyny, we're berated as sex-negative prudes who just want to oppress women all over again. But that's not the case at all.

At the 2019 Women in the World Summit, author and associate professor Brittney Cooper explains how America's movements for racial justice lead to feminist uprisings.

Brittany Packnett warns white women about patriarchy

Subscribe to our YouTube channel for more videos: http://bit.ly/2bDhQUX For anyone interested in discussing intersectional feminist topics, the internet can sometimes feel like an exhausting obstacle course populated with people who use an assortment of tactics in an effort to prevent those conversations from happening.
In the book "Down Girl: The Logic of Misogyny," Cornell philosophy professor Kate Manne examines why people with misogynistic traits are often forgiven and the victims, instead, suffer the consequences. She joined CBSN with more on the breakdown between misogyny and sexism and how they affect our social environment.