Sexuality

Love and Socialism

Throughout history, love has been at the service of the ruling class. What would love be like in socialism?

Freedom of Conscience or Right to Discriminate

U.S. department of Health and Human Services (HHS) plans to extend “protections” to healthcare workers who refuse to treat transgender patients. What does this mean for trans patients?

#MeToo: Survivors Stand up to be Counted

The #MeToo campaign brings attention to the prevalence of sexual violence, particularly perpetrated by wealthy and powerful men. What does this mean for working class women?

Bread and Roses: International Manifesto

This manifesto is presented in five languages and 11 countries where women workers (both inside and outside the home) and students make up the women’s organization Pan y Rosas (Bread and Roses).

Love in the Time of Capitalism

This Sunday, many will enjoy a day with their spouses and partners filled with Hallmark cards, roses and sentimental dates. For some, Valentine’s Day is a day to express deep love and desire. For others, a performance of affection in a charade of a partnership that is no longer emotionally or sexually fulfilling.

My Life as a Gay Worker

Rachid’s story is not an isolated case; it is that of millions of workers who remain in the shadows. Coming to terms with one’s sexuality when it doesn’t correspond to heterosexual norms is a fight within all social classes.