Titania McGrath


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Titania Gethsemane McGrath is a radical intersectionalist committed to cyberfeminism and social justice activism. Her uniquely formidable and humble force as a slam poet and her powerful feminist identity work on Twitter has catapulted her into millennial stardom.

Primarily through non-binary, polyracial, and ecosexual perspectives, McGrath has dutifully educated working-class people on Islamofeminism, the cult of cis-masculinity, and the necessity of groupthink to vanquish capitalism.

She has published over two books, including Woke: A Guide to Social Justice (2019) and My First Little Book of Intersectional Activism (2020).


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“Take every opportunity to resist the plague of cultural appropriation. Racial boundaries must be strictly policed. Unlike gender, which is totally fluid.”
Titania McGrath, Woke: A Guide to Social Justice

“Before I was even out of the crib I was self-harming with my nappy pin. By the age of four, I was suffering from both anorexia and chronic overeating. When these two conditions occur simultaneously it can be difficult to spot, because the victim ends up eating a regular amount of food on a consistent basis.”
Titania McGrath, Woke: A Guide to Social Justice

“The only bad thing about e-books is that you can’t burn them if they’re offensive.”
Titania McGrath



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