Glamholic, the self-described “anti-party,” has been a vocal proponent of political correctness in her own home, and in her work.
Glam Holes has been praised for her ability to identify political correctness and be a true anti-Trump.
Glam Hoes most notable work includes the book, The Anti-Glamour: How the Anti-Party is Destroying America, and a series of documentaries about the anti-Gloria Allred-led “anti” movement.
Gloriam Allred, who is suing Donald Trump for his own wrongful dismissal, has called GlamHoles an anti-party, and claimed that her book and films “provide an important lesson on the true nature of the anti and the political correctness that has corrupted our nation.”
GlamHole has been described as “one of the most successful and popular podcasts of 2016,” and the popular website has more than 11 million subscribers.
Gladys “Glam” Hoeppner, the founder of GlamHQ, is the mother of a six-year-old son who is a big fan of Glee.
Glee co-creator and showrunner J.J. Abrams recently said that he wanted to create an anti party that would take on Donald Trump and his “fascism.”
The show has already received backlash from conservatives and liberals alike.
GleamHole also released a video in 2016 about how to make yourself a “perfect party-goer,” which included instructions on how to “keep your hair in place” and wear “a cute shirt.”
In a video posted on YouTube last year, Glam HQ founder Gladys “Glen” Hoes said she didn’t want to be “part of a ‘good party’ or a ‘nice party.'”
Instead, she said she wanted to “make my own party, which would be a party I’m passionate about.”
She said that she wanted a party that was “the opposite of the ‘pro-party’ that we have now.”
Glen said that it was a hard choice to make, because she believed that “in the beginning, the best party was one that had a diverse audience, a diverse set of people.”
However, in 2017, the backlash from conservative commentators like Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham led her to say that she was “going to go with the party of my dreams,” a statement she said was based on “the same fears of a bad party.”
GloriHoes claims that her anti-political correctness party would allow for “unfettered freedom of speech.”
However, critics have pointed out that free speech is an essential element of democracy, and that it is a privilege to speak up for yourself.
In a 2016 interview with CNN, GloHoes said that her party would not tolerate anyone who “would take away a woman’s right to make a life decision.”
In the interview, she also called for women to be allowed to be part of the “pro-choice movement,” adding that she would have been willing to work with women who are opposed to abortion but wanted to be in the pro-life movement.
A year earlier, in August 2017, GlaHoes appeared on Fox News, where she said that “anti abortion” advocates were “trying to take away our freedom of choice.”
GlaHoes’ comments led many to call for her resignation.
In September 2017, GlimaHole told GlamHub that she had received death threats and “further hate mail,” and was now “going through a lot of stress.”
Glad Hoes told GlimiaHub that the death threats were not true, but instead “a false alarm.”
GlimaHub responded to the threat with an email from Glamhouls co-founder and COO, Alex Pappas, who said that his company “will not be taking any more of these threats seriously.”
“The people who have been threatened, if they feel that they are safe, have said that they will continue to remain silent until they have been assured that they can come forward,” Pappa wrote.
“We have been in communication with the people that are threatening them and are taking precautions.”
Glee and GlamiaHoles co-founders are also members of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a civil rights group that has criticized CAIR for having a “anti pro-Israel bias.”
Pappas also told Gleaned that GlamOrs comments “do not reflect the views of Glimaholics entire community, and are certainly not reflective of the opinions of anyone at Glimo.”
Groups like CAIR have also said that GlimaaHoes views are “unacceptable,” and