Zero Squared #123: Gaffney Called Out

Aug 31st, 2017 | By | Category: Articles, Zero Squared

Frankie Gaffney is the guest this week, and he’s the author of the novel Dublin Seven and a writer for the Irish Times, the Dublin Inquirer, Broadsheet and many other publications. In May this year, he wrote a piece for the Irish Times entitled Identity Politics is Utterly Ineffective at Anything Other than Dividing People which drew ire online and even inspired a hashtag and an open letter of condemnation.

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2 Comments to “Zero Squared #123: Gaffney Called Out”

  1. Brian says:

    having listened to this interview, I feel it kind of important that you know Frank is now planning to speak at an anti-misandry conference in Dublin. Are these the people he generally associates with on the picket line?

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