With my 45th birthday this Tuesday the 23rd I’ve been thinking about a few things. The first is whether to have a fundraiser now or wait a month until the blog is officially a year old. The second is whether to switch blog themes.
I have no theme picked out but I’m not truly happy with the narrow column posting especially how the comments seem so confusing when nested because the text area is so narrow.
The fundraiser is just well, fundraising, because this is what I do full-time, along with making videos exposing MRA’s, which means I spend a lot of time sifting and watching entire shows. It does my head in but it’s very time intensive. I think my blog is pretty enjoyable and most of all it’s necessary.
Many of you have expressed the sentiment that this blog, with it’s radical feminist analysis, is a breath of fresh air when it comes to exposing MRA’s through that lens. While I’m ok with liberal feminists and I do recognize them as feminists, I do not agree with the arguments based around ‘well it’s just a choice!’
Here’s a video from the Canadian Senate discussing Bill 36 which was written after 3 of Canada’s prostitution laws were struck down. C 36 is about protecting women and children and is based in part on the Nordic model of criminalizing the buying of sex and of course pimping women. It also has very strict guidelines for how a prostituted woman can advertise herself. 
This bill is slated to pass before the end of December. Here is a recording made by ExposingMRA’s (Youtuber) of a lawyer explaining that prostituted women are not doing ‘sex work’
There are a couple other videos on the channel from the Canadian senate on C 36.
This one explains most radical feminist analyses of prostitution and is brilliant. It’s aptly named ‘Prostitution is Not a Choice’:
Finally, this is inspiring. Call yourself a feminist and learn what it is.