Students in Pittsburgh are settling into the new school year with an updated policy allowing them to use facilities that match their gender identity rather than their sex assigned at birth. If terms such as “gender identity,” “sex assigned at birth,” or “cis-gender” are unfamiliar, here’s your quick Sex & Gender 101 primer. First, sex… Read More Sex and Gender 101
This article in today’s Post-Gazette revisits an old debate in feminist circles about the sex industry: does sex work always victimize and exploit women? Or do women have agency and independence, and potentially gain economically and otherwise, from this labor? The problem is that a reductionist approach like this (“all sex trade work harms women”… Read More Is the Sex Trade Always about Victimizing Women?