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When you compare prostitution to mining – and protest "the rape of the earth"

The image above is Freeport mine in Grasberg, West Papua. Largely owned by U.S. company Freeport McMoRan, this ...
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Yes, this is sexism. Can we please be consistent on that point?

New Zealand Green Party co-leader Metiria Turei is under fire for revealing that she lied to Work and ...
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From The Herald to Spinoff, Massive and Salient to Radio NZ – the New Zealand media is grooming girls for prostitution

A little while ago, I was having roti chanai at a favourite Malaysian takeout with a friend, when ...
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Crying wolf: on hollow "unity" and the left's affinity with humiliated men

There is a story, told in Tim O'Brien's The Things They Carried, of an American man who received ...
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Insisting that women are female isn't extreme – institutionalising medicalised, patriarchal ideals is

New Zealand's Auckland District Health Board (ADHB) has begun running a "trans healthcare" pilot programme that will, in ...
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Fundamentalism, pseudoscience, romanticism, and scapegoats: some parallels of gender identity doctrine with Nazi eugenics

Over the last few years, mainstream acceptance of gender identity ideology has grown rapidly. It seems like every ...
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Have some "intersectionality" with your Honey Bumbles: On Gavin Hubbard's theft of a Samoan victory

In March this year, the Australian International weightlifting championships were held in Melbourne. The event made news when ...
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Get your story straight on the bathroom debate

“I’ve never spent more time in a bathroom than is necessary,” says New Zealand Herald columnist Lizzie Marvelly, ...
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Transadvocates – please look up the Nuremberg Code!

Recently, psychologist and media personality Nigel Latta was interviewed on TV1's Breakfast show alongside Awa, an eighteen year ...
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Six survivors speak out about New Zealand's punishing "sex" industry

Below are six testimonies from women who have all been exploited within New Zealand's sex trade, and who ...
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Prostitution: less like a job, more like the prison system

At bottom, there is one fundamental question: Why do we take prison for granted? While a relatively small ...
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Why can't we just make up?: On the hypocrisy of transactivism in the prison abolition movement

On the night of June 25 last year, Alex Aleti Seu sexually assaulted a young man in an ...
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