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Feminist for Liberty’s Kat Murti will be hosting an International Women’s Day discussion at the Cato Institute today, alongside Chelsea Follett and Gui Sutter Schneider. The panel runs from 4-5 p.m. this afternoon; check it out online here: https://www.cato.org/events/international-womens-day-catodigital-free-women-free-markets-free-world What is the state of global gender equality? How free are women around the world today? […]
Young people lead healthier and safer sex lives than ever before. But people still claim porn is turning them into degenerates. In a new Buzzfeed article, Feminist for Liberty co-founder Elizabeth Nolan Brown explores how “evidence-free freakouts over erotica are a time-honored tradition.” But as with fears about “pornographic” French novels in the 1890s and […]
We showed up to represent a libertarian feminist perspective at the D.C. Women’s March this January, joined by friends from the Ladies of Liberty Alliance and the D.C. Libertarian Party. It was a nice opportunity to talk to people outside of our ideological inner-circles–both other marchers and members of the media–about our ideas. Check out […]
Feminists for Liberty co-founder Kat Murti joined a panel discussion of the Women’s March on Washington 2018 on Fox 5 DC earlier tonight…
Invited some core friends & allies to talk about Feminists for Liberty’s 2018 plans over beer and bar-food this week. Thanks to all who showed up; we are looking forward to an amazing year! And thanks to Bier Baron for being the perfect space for our plotting — hope to be back soon.
“NBC Didn’t Fire Matt Lauer. We Did.” Check out Elizabeth Nolan Brown’s op-ed today in The New York Times about the powers and paradigms making the #MeToo Moment possible: feminism, but also free markets.