Naama Katz

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Naama Katz
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Name: Katz, Naama
Birth: January 11, 1985
Job: Freelancer
Ethnicity: Unknown

By including this public figure on this wiki, we are not necessarily implying they are incel (involuntarily celibate) or are in any way associated with incels. Furthermore, with regards to any actual incels listed on this wiki, inceldom is a life circumstance, not an insult or a movement/community.

Naama Katz[1] (now known as Naama Kates) is a true crime podcaster, freelancer, and former Los-Angeles actress.

She created the Twitter-centric podcast The Incel Project Podcast in cooperation with the, "true crime", media network: Crawlspace. Her podcast featured heavy, initial cooperation from the CVE organization Light Upon Light (which was being funded by the United States Department of Homeland Security[2]) and associated Light Upon Light interventionists.[3][4][5]

Her podcast has always been focused on blackpilled incels.is/me/co users who were at some point on Twitter.

Naama and incels[edit]

With regard to incels, Naama also wrote for Diego J. Galante's blog incel.blog when Diego was chief editor.[6]

Shortly after a New York Times expose of the incels.is founders and the following death of a CO of Light Upon Light, Naama began advertising a personal fundraising page on the website Patreon, offering incel-podcast-related content for $5–10 a month.

Naama and Light Upon Light[edit]

Naama advertised Light Upon Light in the show summary text of many of her Crawlspace incel podcasts. She also brought on at least 4 Light Upon Light interventionists onto her incel podcast, usually without mentioning they were interventionists.

Esc-hate[edit]

Naama also ran a 5 episode podcast called, “ESC-Hate”, for Light Upon Light.

Other work[edit]

Naama has also worked as a bartender and singer. Music albums featuring her voice include The Unexamined Life (2012), King for a day (2013), and Souled (2014).

Actress[edit]

At least 19 film productions contain Naama as an actress. One example is the popular 1998, PG-13, comedy-drama called, "Stepmom".

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