Organize and Decriminalize

February 29, 2016 admin 0

The question of prostitution, and sex work more broadly, is a surprisingly controversial one among self-described feminists and other supporters of women’s liberation. Bourgeois feminists, notably Gloria Steinem, argued in response to last year’s Amnesty […]

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Women, Work and the Second Shift

May 25, 2015 admin 0

Women today remain disadvantaged in the work environment and socially compared to men even though women are now legally equal to men in most aspects in most countries, glaring inequality still remains in a key […]


Tess Holliday and #effyourbeautystandards

March 21, 2015 admin 0

On January 22nd, American plus-size model Tess Holliday announced that she had been signed with MiLK Model Management in the United Kingdom. Holliday is the first model of her size – at 5’5” and size […]


Mean Lives or Mean State?

January 20, 2015 admin 0

Oklahoma is the 20th most extensive and 28th most populous state of the 50 United States, and also, according to Wikipedia, derives its name from the Choctaw words “okla” and “humma”, meaning “red people”. 25 […]

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Review: The Underground Girls of Kabul

December 18, 2014 admin 0

The class war is older than capitalism. It began with the agricultural revolution and the rise of patriarchy, when women became slaves to procreation and men – especially ruling class men, but even the poor […]


Anti-Capitalist Radio Episode 55

May 31, 2014 admin 0

On this episode of Anti-Capitalist Radio, our hosts discuss: The roots of the far-right, xenophobic Modi / BJP landslide victory in India (:00) The culture of misogyny behind the Santa Barbara massacre (:22) 15Now’s decision to […]