I hear ya! At least she explains that yoga and exercise are two different things! I'm really turned off by the feminist narrative with weed legalization. It's men that have by far suffered the most under Prohibition, men that got it legalized. Actually it's almost exclusively white men that legalized cannabis....generally, minority activist groups didn't get involved until the very end of the process. That's an unacceptable narrative for corporate media these days. "White men fought persecution and won freedom for themselves, for targeted minorities, and to dispel sick women's stigma and fears of medMJ" is a no-go apparently.
When we got weed decriminalized here in Mass. in 2008 the people involved in the 20-year efffort were 90% white men 10% white women. We eliminated 10,000 arrests starting in 2009 and every year since then - 80% of those arrests were people of color. I'm very proud of helping those communities and especially proud of me and my cohort of white men that got it done.
Also I always shake my head when I read of these people (often women that haven't used weed because of the awful "stigma", meaning a hit to your social status) that are afraid of cannabis side-effects that feel that edibles will be better. For me, side effects such as anxiety, heart palpitations, and paranoia are all much worse with edibles vs. vaporized flower, to the point where I won't even take edibles or tincture anymore.
Ok that's enough time preaching from the soapbox for this sunday.