An award-winning Polish electronic and noise musician has found herself “cancelled” after speaking out against gender ideology.
Polish musician Ewa Justka has been removed from performances and lost her teaching contract for showing support for JK Rowling and Professor Kathleen Stock. As well as persecution in her professional career, she has suffered verbal abuse and threats online.
It seems in the name of a very tiny minority who are confused about their identity, women are not allowed to stand up for women.
In a concerning display of modern cancel culture, Polish musician, Ewa Justka, found her career suddenly upended due to her opinions on gender ideology.
Justka, an accomplished electronic music artist and electronics teacher, shared her troubling experiences in an exclusive interview with Reduxx. The musician revealed her ongoing harassment and professional elimination that began in July after she publicly voiced support for JK Rowling and Professor Kathleen Stock, both of whom have been critics of gender ideology.
Justka’s Instagram post was met with a flurry of hate messages and threats which called for her cancellation.
The post featured several screenshots, including one that defined the term “lesbian” as a “female homosexual,” even as it critiqued the derogatory usage of the term “TERF” (trans-exclusionary radical feminist). Critics often weaponise this term against women opposing gender ideology, with threats of violence frequently attached to the use of the label.
As a result of her post, Justka faced severe professional consequences – she was removed from a compilation album, she had her workshops and gigs cancelled, and even began enduring harassment from local musicians.
Justka’s pressing concern, however, centred on her performance alongside esteemed British musician, Mathew Herbert, scheduled in October 2023 at the Gulbenkian Art Centre in Canterbury, as part of the Oram Awards. Having been a recipient of the Oram Award in 2017 and a respected alumna, Justka anticipated potential pushback from the awards authorities and reached out for their support. Her fears materialised, and the Oram Awards rescinded her invitation.
Note from RW: Bizarrely an Oram Awards organiser told Justka: “We are an organisation fighting for women’s rights in the music industry by providing a much-needed platform for their work and supporting their creative development.”
But the Awards expect everyone to recognise that men who claim to be women “are women,” despite it being genetically and physically impossible, in the absence of mutilating a perfectly healthy body and remaining on a strict regimen of drugs for the remainder of their lives to appear as if they are women.