Tradwives & nazifluencers
Women have always played an important role in the far right, despite it being a political environment filled with misogyny.
As the mother of white children, the woman has had an elevated role within white supremacist groups - and even if that position remains, the role has also changed with the breakthrough of social media.
Today, women have become influencers for the political cause and are used to attract new sympathizers with content about traditional lifestyles and conservative values.
How are women used in propaganda for right wing extremism? What place do women have within the modern far right? And what role has internet played to make them more visible?
Host: Anna Fröjd
Guests in the studio are Eviane Leidig, postdoctoral researcher at Tilburg University in the Netherlands, specialized on the global far-right, gender, and online radicalization and Expo researcher Åsa Mitchell.
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