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Bazelon’s claim that she’d known nothing of this topic or debate prior to beginning work on this piece seems even stranger as I discovered her connections to George Soros, a billionaire whose Open Society Foundations (OSF) not only is a major donor to Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch (HWR), and UNAIDS, but a number of sex work lobby groups across the world.
Tags » Radical Feminism
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Over the weekend, Emily Bazelon, a staff writer at the New York Times, published an article called “Should Prostitution Be a Crime?” What she didn’t say was that she had already answered her own question, and that she chose to distort (or outright ignore) facts and interviews in order to push a narrative in support of full decriminalization, under the guise of neutral reporting.
QotD: "Radical feminism centers female human beings and views everything through the critical lens of how it affects women and girls"
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since it evidently bears repeating, yet again-
radical feminism centers female human beings and views everything through the critical lens of how it affects women and girls.
QotD: "Gender is internal to patriarchy. There is no meaningful continuation of gender outside of patriarchy"
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you aren’t a marxist leftist if you don’t believe in sex oppression and reproductive exploitation of the female. marx was a fuckin terf, engels was a fuckin terf, you loons.