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Mickaël Studnicki

Rising of the masculinism heralds on television. Soral, Zemmour and the « anti-feminisation of society » speech

Le Temps des médias n° 36, Printemps 2021.

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The «anti-feminisation of society» speech was made up in journals by nationalist thinkers and stepped outside the overall framework in the early 2000s to get broadcast on television with talkshows through Alain Soral and Eric Zemmour, two nationalist intellectual personalities from different backgrounds but with a growing influence. They benefited from media echoes while promoting publishing campaigns (Tout le monde en parle) or through political columns (On n’est pas couché, Égalité et Réconciliation webiste). Indeed, these masculinism heralds took advantage from their writer or journalist status to spread an anti-feminist, homophobic and xenophobic thinking throughout the medias.

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