We’re ringing in 2021 and the new Biden-Harris administration with a look at where libertarian feminism fits in today’s political spectrum and what opportunities and challenges this presents us. Register here. Can […]
Join us on Zoom on Tuesday, January 26, 2021, at 7 p.m.
“Libertarianism is consent culture,” we’re fond of saying at Feminists for Liberty. But what exactly does that mean? And how do we illustrate its importance using concrete examples?
Join us this upcoming Tuesday, Octobers 6, as we announce and screen the winners of the first Feminists for Liberty video contest. Joining us for the virtual libertarian-feminist film festival will be […]
Libertarian Party Presidential Nominee Jo Jorgensen talks to Feminists for Liberty president Elizabeth Nolan Brown. Last week in Cleveland, Ohio, Libertarian Party presidential nominee Jo Jorgensen fielded questions from Feminists for Liberty […]
“Fourth-wave feminism must be classically liberal to win,” writes Elizabeth Nolan Brown at Libertarianism.org. “Americans tend to talk about feminism as a series of chronological and generational ‘waves,’ but this obscures major […]
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, […]