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    Before consolidating her time into antifeminist activities, Lapine maintained two main YouTube channels and several testing/inactive channels. She supported the female MRA group Honey Badgers and appeared on The Freedom Report podcast. She also wrote three articles for The Libertarian Republic,but left "because it was too political." Lapine first achieved major fame from her "Oppression Olympics" video in 2014. She credits the success of this video to it being shared by Thunderf00t. She has two additional channels called "misandryqu33n" and "Shoe0ffHead". Her misandryqu33n character is a caricature of a modern, pink-haired, liberal feminist. Using this character, she participated in the "Pee Your Pants for Feminism" hoax. In a satirical #ResistCapitalism picture, she managed to fool Paul Joseph Watson who believed it was genuine.Lapine has said that the picture was meant to be an obvious parody, and she was not trying to trick anyone.

    Lapine tends to lean left. In 2015, she expressed admiration for Sanders. In 2016, she called herself left-libertarian leaning, but not particularly ideological,and supported Bernie Sanders for president. In 2017, she identified as a liberal. In 2019, she identified as a social democrat. In 2019-2020, she rejected self-identifying as socialist, preferring calling herself a social democratand campaigned very hard for Bernie Sanders. She also wanted Tulsi Gabbard to be Sanders' VP. Lapine clarified her stance on leftism, liberalism, and social democracy in 2019. In response to someone asking what kind of leftist she was, she said that she was a: The vast majority of her video content criticizes feminism (particularly the more “radical” varieties). However, Lapine argues that she does not hate individual feminists and is friendly with several prominent feminist YouTubers, such as Marina Watanabe (Marinashutup), ContraPointsand Claudia Brown.

    Lapine describes herself as an "egalitarian" and opposes the term “feminism”, but she says the term "anti-feminist" makes her cringe.She also seems to have identified as part of 'anti-feminist youtube' nonetheless.

    Lapine has a negative view of Donald Trump. She was also not a fan of Hillary Clinton.[note 3]Despite her overall dislike of Trump, Lapine has occasionally downplayed the potential negative consequences of his presidency and has defended some of his controversial behaviour and policies. In one case, she even admitted she underestimated the threats posed by the Trump administration. For instance: 1. Lapine's video, "faux hate crimes", is a reading of several obviously fake hate crimes allegedly committed by Trump supporters after his election. Although Lapine cautions that "I'm not a psycho who enjoys hate crimes", the implication is that "the sudden increase of [air quotes] hate crimes [air quotes]" is not real. She repeated this on Twitter.The FBI reported that the number of hate crime reports in the US had increased in 2017, by 17% from 2016. 1. Lapine defended Trump's "grab 'em by the pussy" comments as being "clearly him riffing off and purposely sounding douchey." She did conce...

    In a now unlisted 2016 video with Gregory Fluhrer (Armoured Skeptic), Lapine discussed Milo Yiannopoulos' suspension from Twitter for reposting memes of Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones(a black woman) as an ape. After Fluhrer said "she looks like a man", which Lapine and Fluhrer agreed was "not racist", Lapine added that Jones is "ugly" and "looks like a gorilla":

    Shoe0nHead has previously described Black Lives Matter as full of racists hyped by the media to start a race war: However, in May 2020 she changed her mind on the subject: She is not supportive of a "white lives matter" movement either:

    Lapine is bisexual, has criticised anti-LGBT views and has been mostly supportive of the LGBT community.One of Lapine's friends since childhood is transgender. She also initially praised Blaire White's "2 Genders" argument, which exists entirely to strawman identity labels as "trying to make gender a social construct." Lapine used this argument as a front to attack people defending or describing identity labels and paint them as the ones belittling Gender Dysphoria.White, in turn, liked Lapine's use of her argument and adopted it into her own rant a month later. In May 2017, she expressed regret for calling certain individuals "trans-trenders" and showing somewhat support to the idea of needing to be either masculine or feminine.She went on to say: She now fully accepts non-binary people, is on good terms with people like Milo Stewart and Ash Hardell, and has made a video criticizing about Marvel’s tokenized portrayal of a non-binary person. She also made a video deconstructing TERF...

    Lapine is not a fan of RationalWiki. After her livestream, "SJWs try to deplatform me/reading my rationalwiki page", Lapine took to Twitter to enjoy the resultant trolling and correct mistakes in the article. We at RationalWiki thank Lapine for her constructive criticism and welcome her to create an account. Some time after the livestream, Lapine wrote on

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