Feminists for Liberty’s Elizabeth Nolan Brown wrote one of the most popular pieces on Cato’s Libertarianism.org in 2019! The only way true social change can happen is without the use of government […]
For 2020, we welcome back board members Nena Whitfield, Casey Given, and Rachel Davison Humphries and add three new members: Jaclyn Boudreau, Jess Mears, and Avens O’Brien.
The coffee was strong, the mimosas flowing, and the bacon only started one small grease fire. We hope it’s safe to say that a good time was had by all.
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On the Peace of Mind podcast, Kat Murti and podcaster and activist Vivian Perea about drug policy and student advocacy, why prohibition always fails, and the recent attacks on Roe Vs Wade […]
What’s on our minds this month? Rising illiberalism on the left and the right, crypto-fuelled political activism, prostitution decriminalization efforts in D.C. and New York, Democratic presidential candidates, Chelsea Manning’s ongoing incarceration, […]
What’s on our minds this month? Making birth control pills legal over-the-counter, motherhood, the criminalization of “free range parenting,” Florida’s prostitution registry, the great Joan Kennedy Taylor, effecting change without state force, […]
Feminists for Liberty co-founder Kat Murti recently appeared in a short Vice documentary about modern feminism. The piece mostly pits progressive and conservative women against each other about things like Trump and […]
Thanks so much to everyone who came out for our spring Salon & Social last Friday! And extra thanks to our lovely speakers, who were game for the 5-8 minute “flash talk” […]