All cops are bastards until women need help.
Does anyone else think the ‘Karen’ slur is woman hating and based on class prejudice? — Julie Bindel (@bindelj) April 5, 2020 I did not want to write about Karen, because I…
Raquel Rosario Sanchez speaks with four women who participated in a recent event looking at the experiences of women of colour in the sex trade, and the connection between racism and prostitution.
When looking for alternatives to the criminal justice system, we need to be realistic, not idealistic.
Women cannot possibly be viewed human so long our humanity is determined by men’s circumstantial “civilization.”
Two women have gone public about abuse they were subjected to on porn sets, but in order to ensure this kind of thing doesn’t happen to any other woman, we need to talk about why we allow men to sexualize violence against women in the first place.
White men’s racist and sexist construction of a supposed “sacred womanhood” protects perpetrators and hides the truth about victims.
Meghan Murphy speaks with Daisy Kler, a member of the Vancouver Rape Relief collective, about the challenges faced by women in Canada due to race and class oppression, and the ways the left often fails to take misogyny seriously.
In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with Daisy Kler, a longtime anti-male violence activist in Vancouver, about the reality of racism and male violence in Canada.
We must be able to recognize the oppressive nature of the burqa without increasing the burden of racist misogyny upon the women who wear it.
National chairperson of AF3IRM, Jollene Levid, speaks with Meghan Murphy about rise of white nationalism in the US, how the alt-right is connected to male supremacy, and what movements can do to better address violence against women of colour.
‘Get Out’ makes white people feel good and plays into classic sexist tropes about masculinity.
Contrary to the claims of Donald Trump and his supporters, the real “threat to safety and security” has, once again, turned out to be white men. Shortly after the shooting that killed…
In September, NBC greenlit a sitcom called Mail Order Family. The plot would center around a widowed single father who orders a mail-order bride from the Philippines to help raise his two…
The full decriminalization of prostitution has received considerable mainstream media attention of late: On May 5, the New York Times published an article by Emily Bazelon called, “Should Prostitution be a Crime?”…