March Site Updates: Better Menus, Improved Features Page & A New Facebook Account

Nina slogs her way through an extremely boring, but necessary post about new site updates for ninaillingworth.com

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Twitter Uber Alles: They’ve Come for the Bloggers

Beset on all sides by forces beyond her comprehension, Nina sends out a call for help after being shadowbanned by Twitter.

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Come on, Eileen! – More Adventures in Faux-Left Twitter

Nina embarks on another horrifying trip through privileged, narcissistic, neoliberal Twitter to find the very wokest takes from aging, wealthy white women who think refusing to drop out before the Democratic Convention constitutions a “rape” of the Democratic Party.

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The Adventures of Smooth Kobra

Nina finds herself on an unsavory adventure observing the most fetid parts of neoliberal twitter – with guest star Marcus “SmoothKobra” Johnson

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A Brief Encounter With Scotty Of The Many Names

Nina’s trip around the most abusive and yet still embarrassingly inept parts of neoliberal social media continues with the complete and total destruction of @ScottyBurberry’s manhood.

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Fascism Is Alive In America: Twitter, Slate & Sady Doyle Silence A Trans Blogger Over Abuse

What I sincerely hope will be my final discussion about bigoted, anti-trans abuse hurled at me online by hypocritical so-called-feminist writer Sady Doyle and clearly, openly supported by her sometimes employer – fake progressive magazine Slate. This one is a little personal my friends, feel free to help me share it far and wide.

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My Letter to Slate Magazine: The Sady Doyle Saga Continues

A brief note and letter to Slate Magazine explaining why I will absolutely never read another word they write and why they should be fucking ashamed for giving a platform to an abusive hypocrite like Sady Doyle

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My Saturday Night With Sady Doyle

Join Nina as she explores the depths neoliberal, mainstream media shitheels will sink to in order to suppress the socialist movement in America; with special guest and noted neoliberal message crafting toady Sady “I’m Clearly Not At My Best” Doyle

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