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Mutual Exchange Radio: Elizabeth Nolan Brown on Feminism and Libertarianism
In this episode of Mutual Exchange Radio, Elizabeth Nolan Brown discusses abortion, sex work, moral panics, conspiracies, feminism, libertarianism, and more.  Elizabeth Nolan Brown is a senior editor at Reason magazine, a co-founder of Feminists for Liberty, and a journalism lecturer at the University of Cincinnati. You can follow her on Twitter at @ENBrown.
Perché non Appoggio la Marcia delle Donne
Di Logan Marie Glitterbomb. Originale pubblicato il 10 febbraio 2020 con il titolo Why I don’t Support the Women’s March. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna. Il ventuno gennaio 2017 scesi in piazza a Washington assieme a migliaia di altre donne per quella che avrebbe dovuto essere una manifestazione di unione e solidarietà a sostegno dei diritti…
Why I Don’t Support the Women’s March
On January 21, 2017, I took to the streets of DC alongside thousands of other women supposedly joined in unity and solidarity with the rights of all women, but what I experienced said otherwise. Even in the weeks leading up to the march there were issues between white organizers and organizers of color as well…
Sex Work, After the Revolution
It will always remain astounding how the authoritarian left shares so much archaic morality with the right-wing when we talk about the idea of fucking for pay. The most deeply devoted members of the alt-right, the centrist core, and left-wing radicals all turn into pearl-clutching suburban soccer moms when the subject of sex-work is broached….
Mutual Exchange Radio: Maggie McNeill on Sex Work
You can now subscribe to Mutual Exchange Radio on iTunes, Stitcher, and Spotify.  Today’s guest is Maggie McNeil, an author, journalist, blogger, sex worker, and expert on sex work. Maggie has written a series of short stories on sex work, Ladies of the Night,  runs her own blog, The Honest Courtesan, and has had her writings featured in…
No, Bernie Will Not Save Us
It shouldn’t have to be repeated so often, but Bernie Sanders is not anti-capitalist, a socialist, nor even much of a solid leftist. Sure, he’s much further to the left than your average Democrat. Social democrats are in general slightly more to the left than traditional Democrats. However just because he’s more to the left…
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