The Patriarchy Show Episode #16 Back From The Dead (Kinda)

Ian & Sal have not done a show in a month because Ian is a disgusting diseased person that can’t seem to get healthy. He is in better spirits today and explains what has been happening.

Ian went to New York Comic Con yesterday and saw they offered some interesting panels with topics that spoke about “The difficult navigating of gender-bent cosplay and how it affects us vs how others perceive the costume”

One of New Media Central’s newest contributor’s Jack Smith joins us. He is a member of UKIP and a sports writer in England. We discuss the assault of Steven Woolfe and Nigel Farage’s reaction to the assault We also touch on Right wing political parties and movements in the UK over the past few decades.
We mention recent comments made by Donald Trump about women, how the FBI may be helping Hillary, and disgraced New Jersey governors.

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About Ian Erickson

Ian is New Media Central’s Editor-in-Chief and one half of The Patriarchy Show. He is a married father with two sons and lives in New Jersey. He has worked on several campaigns from national, state and local levels. He has had pieces published in local NJ newspapers such as The Star Ledger. Also, he has contributed to The John Birch Society and various other websites. He had a book of poetry titled Broken published while majoring in Biblical Studies at Pillar College in NJ. He has had his poems published in various poetry journals. He has been a guest speaker at Pillar College to speak about creative writing and poetry. Ian was voted ” Most Sarcastic Person” for the state of New Jersey in 2007.