Women in the "Honey Badger Brigade" were expelled from Canada's largest comic book expo in Calgary last Friday because they dared to disagree with a feminist panel.
Alison Tieman was one of the women kicked out after she explained to the panel why, as a men's rights activist, she doesn't identify as a feminist.
She also talked to me about censorship, and the intersection of politics and pop culture.
After her story hit the news, Tieman, who also describes herself as "progressive-leaning," noted that "conservative media is more open to our opinion."
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