In early July Yassmin Abdel-Magied was “infuriatingly” frustrated “to have worked for years as an engineer, only to have that erased from my public narrative.”
Further along in the same Guardian article:
I am a 25-year-old Muslim engineering chick, born in the Sahara desert, whose words occasionally find themselves in the public arena.
Less than three weeks later, Abdel-Magied’s engineering degree is no longer so important:
Abdel-Magied follows-up with a couple of please-notice-me tweets for good measure:
Not content with alienating Australians, brown, Muslim Abdul-Magied won’t be satisfied until she turns the entire, sexist, racist Anglo-sphere against her.
By the way, DeFranco’s 26 June You Tube addresses the inconsequential – for everyone with an actually life – VidCon meltdown by feminist Anita Sarkeesian, who lashed out at online critic Carl Benjamin (aka Sargon of Akkad) for intimidatingly sitting silently in the audience at a panel discussion.