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.”
Tag: Sex Work
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.
Women’s motivations for paying for sex are notably different than men’s, and demonstrate we are a long way from female sexual liberation.
The porn industry drives prostitution, which means critics of pornography cannot challenge one without challenging the other.
Another research paper promoting the legalization of prostitution as beneficial has been released. Titled, “Associations between sex work laws and sex workers’ health: A systematic review and meta-analysis of quantitative and qualitative…
When feminists are attacked, liberals and the left either support these attacks or remain silent. Indeed, we are treated as though the attacks are all our fault.
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.”
While everyone deserves love and compassion, women’s empathy towards troubled men happens too often at our expense.
This is the future that liberals want.
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.
How can liberal feminism celebrate the end of grid girls while continuing to argue in favour of “sex work” as an empowering choice for women?
A woman holding a sign criticizing gender identity ideology at the Vancouver Women’s March has been targeted online.
Numerous ex-prostituted women spoke at Julie Bindel’s book launch in London, telling the raw, brutal truth about the sex industry.