Nina Paley is the recipient of this year’s Lifetime Achievement Animakom award, an award given once a year to an artist by the Animakom Fest held in Bilbao, Spain.
In our ongoing efforts to document trans activist abuse of feminist women, Defend Feminists is proud to present our followers with stories from the life and work of filmmaker Nina Paley. In this interview with WLRN, Ms. Paley expresses her feminist beliefs and her concerns about what trans activism is doing to our democracy and participation in it by its citizenry, something Defend Feminists Campaign cares deeply about.
You will also hear Ms. Paley speak about the blacklisting of her work in her hometown of Champaign/Urbana, Illinois.
Nina Paley is the creator of the award-winning animated musical feature films Sita Sings the Blues and Seder-Masochism. She is also a moderator of the new popular feminist social media platform, Spinster. She has been deplatformed, banned, and blacklisted for saying penises are male.
To write to Animakom Fest to thank them for awarding Ms. Paley with their lifetime achievement award knowing she is blacklisted elsewhere for her feminist views and willingness to speak out, please write to: firstname.lastname@example.org.