Eventbrite prohibits Pro-Women event promotion, but allows Pro-Hamas listings

The ticketing company Eventbrite notified Riley Gaines that she is prohibited from promoting her speech at the University of California, while at the same time the ticketing company promotes Pro-Hamas listings. Gaines is former competitive swimmer, and has campaigned against the participation of trans women (biological men) in women’s sports.

Eventbrite informed the institute in an email that the listing violates its terms of agreement:

“We have determined that your event is not permitted on the Eventbrite marketplace as it violates our Community Guidelines and Terms of Service, with which all users agree to comply. Specifically, we do not allow content or events that – through on- or off-platform activity – discriminate against, harass, disparage, threaten, incite violence against, or otherwise target individuals or groups based on their actual or perceived race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, immigration status, gender identity, sexual orientation, veteran status, age, or disability. As a result, your event has been unpublished. Please be aware that severe or repeated violations of our guidelines may result in the suspension or termination of your Eventbrite account.”

The leadership team at Eventbrite is steadfast that women should share their locker rooms with men who call themselves “women.”

Thus, groups are not allowed to support a traditional view of female athletics or to protest the advent of transgenderism on the site.

The company made that clear in July when it removed the page for “Let Women Speak Austin,” an event focused on protecting women’s sex-specific spaces like bathrooms.

Eventbrite called that listing a violation of its “hateful content” policy.

But what is allowed, and apparently not hateful, at Eventbrite is the advertising of rallies that spread the messaging from the terrorist group Hamas.

Eventbrite users were able to sign up to attend an event on Nov. 1 called “Stop the Genocide! Free Palestine!” at The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center in New York City.

A description for the event, uploaded to Eventbrite, carries the following telling of the events on Oct. 7:

“Early on Saturday, October 7th, Palestinian resistance fighters broke through Israel’s siege of Gaza. In response, Israel has declared total war against the people of Gaza, completely cutting off access to food, water, and electricity, while bombing the Strip and killing entire families. This attack on Gaza takes place after 75 years of settler-colonial violence conducted by the Israeli state. This panel will explore the historical context that led to the current moment, the dynamics currently at play, and the possibilities for building international solidarity for Palestinian liberation.”.

That is one way to describe how Hamas organised a coordinated offensive on southern Israel by massacring 260 civilians at a music festival, the largest one-day slaughter of Jews since the Holocaust:

Here is a look at the programmed radicals you can join using the Eventbrite website:

Riley Gaines provided the following response to OutKick:

“By allowing pro-terrorist and anti-Semitic groups to keep their scheduled events on the Eventbrite platform, but canceling events discussing the importance of ensuring the safety, fairness, and equal opportunities for women, Eventbrite has sent a clear message to all. Eventbrite is the epitome of organizations taking a stand against women and our basic human rights. If being pro-woman in women’s sports is deemed anti-trans, then being pro-trans in women’s sports is inherently anti-woman. And that is the stand Eventbrite has taken. The event at UC DAVIS is still going to take place next month. My speech will not be stifled.”

Eventbrite has exposed itself. The ticketing company informed us they value the feelings of Islamic nationalists over the feelings of women.

*Original article by Bobby Burack, Outkick, October 26, 2023.


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