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Re: For truly hath it been observed

What does it mean to support "self-determination" but not their choices? Especially when choices these days aren't that constricted -- far from perfect, but far from the patriarchy, too.

She talks about "Ms. Whedon" probably being raped and abused and staying out of fear or patriarchal concepts of love. Kai Cole would probably disagree; I can only imagine that allecto would dismiss such disagreement. How is that supporting self-determination?

"If you are pro-prostitution then you are not a feminist" -- what is that saying to pro-prostitution feminists?

Re: For truly hath it been observed

It says, "I don't respect your right to have a sex-positive ethic." That's what. I could not do the job that a competent prostitute does. I've only met one, but DAMN that was a woman in her own power. I've got nothing but love for anyone who competently does a difficult job, whether or not I agree with the job they're doing.

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