The Twidiocy: Steph Guthrie


SfRPBztp_reasonably_smallSteph Guthrie ‏‪@amirightfolks May 30
Anyone else use their purring cat as a warm, vibrating heating pad to ease menstrual cramps? Just me? Ok.


SfRPBztp_reasonably_smallSteph Guthrie ‏‪@amirightfolks May 27
I really like movies but I cannot stay awake for more than 10 minutes if I elevate my legs while on sitting on a couch after 10pm.


SfRPBztp_reasonably_smallSteph Guthrie ‏‪@amirightfolks May 8
Since I started working out, I’ve built up enough arm muscle that I want to name my biceps. Say hello to Bea Arthur & Ruth Bader Ginsberg.


SfRPBztp_reasonably_smallSteph Guthrie ‏‪@amirightfolks Apr 24
Pretty sure my cat’s afternoon snoring is a passive-aggressive attempt to shame me for how little I’ve gotten done today.


  1. Who is Steph Guthrie? Is she a run-of-the mill bozo or is she a special bozo? Should I care?

  2. Wbo?
    You can’t know of this famous person?
    ——- twitter profile
    Steph Guthrie

    Smiling goth mermaid. @WiTOpoli & @DrunkFemFilms co-founder. IRL Lisa Simpson. ‘This woman, despite being a feminist, makes an excellent point’ -YouTube comment
    Turtle Island Settler, Toronto Joined September 2010

    Court case opened yesterday
    …”In the balance rides enormous potential fallout for free speech online.
    Elliott is charged with criminally harassing two Toronto female political activists, Steph Guthrie and Heather Reilly, in 2012.
    Allegations involving a third woman were dropped….”

    TeX profile
    Steph Guthrie is a feminist advocate and community manager whose work tackles the intersections of gender, culture and technology. Steph founded Women in Toronto Politics ( WiToPoli ) and is a faculty member and lifelong learner at Academy of the Impossible. Her comments have appeared in the Globe & Mail, the Toronto Star, the National Post, Metro News, CBC, Global News and FLARE Magazine. Steph holds a Master of Arts in Communication & Culture from York and Ryerson Universities.


  3. “Faculty member and lifelong learner at Academy of the Impossible.”

    Steph, Steph, as a career consultant, you shouldn’t inflate Jesse and Emily’s tax-shelter hackerspace as anything connected with academics or faculty.

    Say, is Marnie Goldenberg, the Crown, related to Eddie? She’s prosecuting a guy for *chuckle* “harassing” poor little Stephie here over Twitter.

    Have a look at the case:

    This is garbage-tier lawyering. I’m sure the benchers will be interested in her performance.

  4. Anne Thériault • July 20, 2015 wrote on

    …Not only has Blatchford misreported the events that led up to Elliott being charged, she has also framed the case, I believe, in such a way as to guarantee harassment for the women involved. She uses specific terms and themes – “free speech online,” “shrill and uber-sensitive” women, feminists who want to silence men – that act as a sort of Bat Signal for the dregs of the internet.

    [ and ] ….Because the verdict in this case is not expected until October 6th, neither Reilly nor Guthrie can speak out about what is happening. They cannot correct Blatchford’s misrepresentation of the case, they cannot refute any of the untrue assertions about them that are flying around twitter, they cannot make any kind of comment on what is being said about them. Blatchford knew this. The fact that Blatchford used her platform to go after two women who are unable to defend themselves is what makes her piece especially unethical. She is basically offering internet trolls a free shot.

    [ Sigh…]

  5. “Not-guilty ruling sets up framework for Twitter cases
    Gregory Elliott harassed two women through tweets, but not to the level of criminality, the judge says in a ruling that took four hours to read. Toronto Star By: Alyshah Hasham Staff Reporter, Alex Ballingall News, Published on Fri Jan 22 2016 ”
    The complainants who brought charges against him, Stephanie Guthrie and Heather Reilly, did not speak to the media after the verdict.

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