Tag: national organization for women

Liberal Feminism Has a Sex Work Problem

Washington, D.C.’s city council hearing last week on decriminalizing sex work ran over fourteen hours and included nearly 200 testimonies from district residents, from community groups, and from sex workers. To those new to the issue, the marathon session was likely overwhelming, as it was to sex workers who were watching others debate their lives. […]

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We’re Doing the Work; Why Aren’t We Seeing the Equity? For Women’s Equality Day, Experts Weigh In

Photo: iStock Women’s Equality Day remains a bittersweet anniversary for those of us still on the losing end of too many equality battles—including pay equity, workplace bias and even hair discrimination. And as last Thursday’s Black Women’s Equal Pay Day sadly demonstrated, increased awareness isn’t moving the needle on progress; this year’s date, which indicates […]

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