An Introduction to Harriet Thugman

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Harriet Thugman is a name that I have known for a long time. From my old Twitter days when all I used to talk about was fashion and writing (none of the dark Marxist world analysis and pictures of girlfriend that are on my current Twitter) At that time she was a just a mystical creature of the USA (specifically New York) with what I thought of then as a scary number of Twitter followers.

I knew she was older than me, so the late teenage Remi thought Harriet was the kind of girl that I would grow up to be. Fearless and intelligent in a way that we seldom see in the UK. She also made me want to move to the states because- that accent!

I’ve watched Harriet Thugman grow over the years and from an intellectual point of view she has never veered very far from the point, her politics is entertaining, honest and crass enough to go viral, but when it does it’s a public service but for the most part she’s spreading worthwhile messages.

Fast forward to three weeks ago and Harriet started posting podcasts: funny and poignant- if you are looking to learn, laugh and possibly be slightly shocked by crass references please click the link below and listen with an open mind.

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https://soundcloud.com/harriet-thugman-181216762/shirley-jism-and-the-flaws-of-modern-day-feminism

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Follow Harriet Thugman on Twitter and like her on Facebook.

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