Journo Taylor Lorenz Meets With Libs Of TikTok Creator, Makes Stunning Admission
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The Washington Post’s Taylor Lorenz on Saturday sat down with the woman behind the popular “Libs of TikTok” X account, Chaya Raichik, for a videotaped interview, and made a stunning admission.

Lorenz, who doxxed and has routinely targeted Raichik, mostly for reposting videos that people on the Left post of themselves, admitted that she has not viewed some of the most sexually graphic material aimed at children that Raichik has posted about online. Still, Lorenz was ready to defend the sexual content and suggest Raichik is a hateful bigot for standing against its promotion in schools.

At one point in the interview, Lorenz says she “doesn’t know” about the content Raichik has posted on her feed and argued that any sexual education a “sex educator” deems necessary is good. In response, Raichik pulled up images of gay oral sex from controversial book “Gender Queer” to show Lorenz, who was left speechless for a moment, before defending the content.

Lorenz contended there was missing “context” to the images of oral sex and scolded Raichik for not trusting “sex educators.”

“So, should this picture of a b***job be in elementary schools?” Raichik asked.

“I’ve never seen a book like that in elementary schools, but … I have no idea the context,” Lorenz answered, adding, “I would defer that question to a qualified professional, a sex educator.”


During the interview, Lorenz wore a mask, though the pair were outside and it’s been years since the pandemic. Raichik was wearing sunglasses and a t-shirt of a photo of Lorenz  literally crying over internet harassment during an MSNBC appearance last year. Again, Lorenz doxxed Raichik.

In fact, Lorenz caught a suspension on X in December 2022 for doxxing.

“Taylor Lorenz- the person who doxxed me was just suspended from Twitter,” Raichik posted from her Libs of TikTok account at the time. “Taylor campaigned Twitter to ban me multiple times. She also campaigned substack and shopify to ban me and complained when [Instagram] and Facebook gave me my account back. I have ZERO sympathy.”


Others recounted their experiences with the journalist. “I’m not famous and I wasn’t a public figure either when Taylor Lorenz asked for my address, said it wasn’t for publication and then proceeded to dox me in the NYT (New York Times) with the address she had assured me she wasn’t going to publish,” one woman shared. “The article was shared many [times] on Twitter.”

X CEO Elon Musk responded by calling Lorenz’s behavior “shameful.”

Related: ‘The Censorship Is Ramping Up’: Libs Of TikTok Says Account Was Suspended From Facebook

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