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Meghan Murphy | Writer, Rachel Vorona Cote, disguises the truth about protests against Amnesty International in order to mock and dismiss feminist activism.
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Meghan Murphy | Amnesty International has drafted a policy proposal that supports the full decriminalization of the sex industry and many are unhappy.
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Meghan Murphy | Julie Bindel spoke at the Quaker Meeting House in Sheffield, South Yorkshire recently, about the way that feminists are increasingly being silenced.
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Meghan Murphy | On May 11th and 12th, The World Summit: End Sexual Exploitation 2025 was held at The Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Kathleen Barry speaks with Meghan Murphy about the conference.
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various | We, the undersigned, wish to express our deep dissatisfaction with rabble’s response to the recent attacks on Meghan Murphy.
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Meghan Murphy | Harm reduction ensures the marginalized remain marginalized, but remain contained and unproblematic to the middle class. It assumes that change is impossible and lets the state off the hook.
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Meghan Murphy | Famous pimp, Dennis Hof, argues that legalization is the solution to sex trafficking. Why are we taking cues from someone who sees women as "product?"
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Brenda Belak | Chris Hedges recently visited Vancouver's Downtown Eastside but instead of listening to sex workers, he used them as props to support his belief that sex work is part of the capitalist machine.
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Meghan Murphy | When it comes to the prostitution debate, why invent untrue and insulting caricatures instead of engaging with the actual critiques and analysis?
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Meghan Murphy | Concordia academics claim to want to move beyond the two-sided and "devise a game that... point[s] to the complexity of the situation," but they failed. Big time.
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Meghan Murphy | On Wednesday, December 10th, Lord Morrow’s Human Trafficking and Exploitation Bill was voted through at the Final Stage.
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Meghan Murphy | Alice Klein claims her decision to continue profiting from prostitution advertisements is about supporting the human rights of marginalized women, but it's really about capitalism.