Monthly Archives: February 2012

“Prostitution for Everyone: Feminism, Globalisation, and the ‘Sex’ Industry”

An essay by D.A. Clarke This is possibly one of the most important essays for any radical feminist to read. What I’ve been trying to approach in previous essays is that sex (both the physical state of being and the … Continue reading

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The politics of personal experience

When I write, or speak, or even think about something that has happened to me or something that I do or have done, it is always in a wider political context. Sometimes I don’t understand all of the political implications … Continue reading

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