It features a strange mix of self-loathing humor and active political debate.
’, in which she discussed that she would use her channel to offer an olive branch to You Tubers who may not share the same views as her, with her potentially moderating debates between prominent names who represent both sides of the political coin.
In the video, Laci described how she was against “no-platforming” — the act of prohibiting someone from staging a public discussion in the belief that their views are harmful and will encourage hate — instead advocating that divergent opinions shouldn’t be driven “underground,” and should instead be discussed in the proper forum.
remakes could very well be that again — given the time to develop the right narrative with the right filmmakers.
It's not the fault of the studio or filmmakers that their movie has been co-opted, so it may not be their responsibility to reckon with it.
Them” war between old and new media was what led to him being targeted, shifting the onus of blame from him and onto those who had criticized his actions.
In a particularly volatile social climate, one of You Tube’s most prominent feminist voices dipping her toes into the site’s pool of anger and hysteria is no small thing.As one of a growing number of “skeptic” You Tube channels, who create politically charged videos that mostly revolve around decrying feminism and vaguely defined political correctness, Chris’s views aren’t as divisive as those possessed by the You Tubers he rubs shoulders with such as Sargon of Akkad, but they still aren’t congruous with the views Laci has expressed throughout her You Tube career.As such, the reveal of her relationship with him coinciding with her decision to reach out to those sharing his views has been widely criticized.However, Laci has now divided her audience as a result of her latest series of videos, in which she discusses “taking the red pill,” and for her relationship with prominent “anti-PC” You Tuber Chris Ray Gun.A month ago Laci posted a video titled ‘Taking The Red Pill?But back in 1999, cinematically subverted anxieties of the time, from government oversight to the unease surrounding computerized systems, and the reboot has the chance to do the same for contemporary audiences who might be worried by bigoted language and ideals that are perpetuated on subreddits like The Red Pill.