The sex trade lobby disrupted a recent conference on sexual exploitation — Caitlin Roper and Sabrinna Valisce recount what happened.
There is an unresolvable contradiction when a rape crisis centre supports “sex work.”
Women in impoverished countries are exploited by Western men who publicly declare solidarity with women but behave differently in private.
In giving official honours to women who have advocated for the legalization of prostitution, the Queen effectively legitimizes the sex trade.
The smearing, harassment, no-platforming, and silencing of women who express feminist opinions about gender and prostitution is unacceptable.
This is the future that liberals want.
Maybe feminism would be more effective if we were better at monetizing our vaginas?
INTERVIEW: Marian Hatcher sets the record straight on the new U.S. anti-trafficking bill, SESTA-FOSTA
The new anti-trafficking bill in the US has gotten a lot of bad press in the media, as well as from sex work lobbyists and civil liberties organizations. Meghan Murphy spoke with Marian Hatcher, a survivor turned activist, to get the real story.
The New Zealand Prostitutes’ Collective is conning the government, New Zealanders, and prostituted women alike
The New Zealand Prostitutes Collective played an integral role in the full decriminalization of prostitution in New Zealand, and receives millions of dollars in grant money from the government, but they’re not fulfilling their end of the bargain.
Numerous ex-prostituted women spoke at Julie Bindel’s book launch in London, telling the raw, brutal truth about the sex industry.
#NotYourRescueProject: How a white middle-class academic masqueraded as the women he trafficked and pimped
Julie Bindel reveals that the “sex worker led” hashtag campaign #NotYourRescueProject was actually created by Dr. John Davies, masquerading as one of the women he pimped and trafficked.
In Julie Bindel’s new book, “The Pimping of Prostitution: Abolishing the Sex Work Myth,” she explores the connection between the “sex work” lobby and trans rights activism.
Julie Bindel’s new book offers the most comprehensive analysis of the politics of the sex trade yet.
Despite David Simon’s critiques of pornography, American media stuck to their neoliberal guns.
It is concerning that two events aimed primarily at women (that purport a connection to feminism) have partnered with lobby groups promoting prostitution as an empowered choice.