Vancouver progressives are still pushing sexual exploitation as cool and edgy.
The Australian government claims it supports decriminalizing the sex industry in order to remove “stigma” from “sex workers.” In reality, it’s just cheaper.
Susan Sarandon insists “sex work is work,” betraying so many women who admire her.
The stories of those who exited prostitution tend to be wildly different than those still working in the industry and identifying as “sex workers.” And what men tend to believe about those…
Pornography is not a free speech issue, it is about so much more than that.
An intersectional analysis should reveal the exploitative nature of prostitution and surrogacy, yet intersectional feminists support surrogacy for poor women as a means of earning livelihood and believe criticizing the sex trade is “exclusionary.”
The Irish Women’s Lobby (IWD) launched on March 8, 2021. I interviewed three members of the group recently about their goals and the particular issues they are dealing with in Ireland. Meghan…
Meghan Murphy speaks with Phyllis Chesler about her new book, Requiem for a Female Serial Killer.
Breanne Fahs and Phyllis Chesler, in conversation about women, pushed to the brink, who choose violence as an expression of rage.
In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with Daphna Morell and Luba Fein about the Israeli feminist movement.
Decriminalization makes it harder to support prostituted women during the coronavirus pandemic.
The woke left don’t believe their own hype, and the sooner you get honest, the sooner you get free.
In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with Michelle Mara about the effect of decriminalizing prostitution in New Zealand.
Last week, 22-year-old Marylène Lévesque was murdered by a 51-year-old man named Eustachio Gallese. Lévesque was in prostitution, employed by a Quebec “massage parlour,” where men paid her for sex. The Montreal Gazette…
Media, the police, and social workers knew girls were being exploited by Pakistani grooming gangs in Northern England, given drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, and food, then sold to grown men. Authorities ignored the story, but Julie Bindel reported on it.