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Feminists Debate Sex Work: The Soho Forum [Video]

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Feminists Debate Sex Work: The Soho Forum

Reason’s Elizabeth Nolan Brown makes the case for legalizing sex work. Author Julie Bindel wants customers to be held criminally liable.

https://reason.com/video/2022/05/17/feminists-debate-sex-work-the-soho-forum/
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Do people who hire sex workers deserve to go to jail, or should all laws prohibiting consensual sex work be repealed?

On May 9, 2022, writer and activist Julie Bindel debated Reason’s Elizabeth Nolan Brown at the Sheen Center in lower Manhattan. The resolution was “A good society should criminalize the purchase of sex.”

The event was hosted by The Soho Forum, a monthly debate series sponsored by the Reason Foundation.

Bindel is the London-based author of The Pimping of Prostitution: Abolishing the Sex Work Myth. She opposes arresting women for the selling of sex but wants their customers to face consequences for their actions.

Reason’s Elizabeth Nolan Brown, who’s also the co-founder and president of Feminists for Liberty, took the position that all laws prohibiting consensual sex work should be abolished.

The debate was moderated by Soho Forum Director Gene Epstein.

Narrated by Nick Gillespie; intro edited by John Osterhoudt; event photography by Brett Raney.

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Gold vs. Bitcoin: A Soho Forum Debate [Video]

Monetary Metals CEO Keith Weiner defends the future of gold against bitcoin podcaster Pierre Rochard.https://reason.com/video/2022/08/08/gold-vs-bitcoin-a-soho-forum-debate/?post_type=video------------------Will gold remain an important form of money, or are cryptocurrencies like bitcoin set to overtake it? That was the subject of a Soho Forum debate held on July 26 at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, as part of Mises University, an annual instructional program in the Austrian school of economics attended by over 80 accepted students from around the country.Keith Weiner, CEO of Monetary Metals, defended the resolution: "Gold will remain an important form of money in the 21st century." Weiner took the position that gold is poised to hold on to the monetary status it's enjoyed for the past 5,000 years and that its recent performance only confirms why.Pierre Rochard, co-host of the Bitcoin for Advisors podcast, took the negative, arguing that the technological advantages of bitcoin will make it the preferred medium of exchange in a post-dollar world.This debate was moderated by Soho Forum director Gene Epstein.Narrated by Nick Gillespie; edited by Clay Barnett and John OsterhoudtPhoto: The Mises Institute; Kirez, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons; Rangan Datta Wiki, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

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Reason's Elizabeth Nolan Brown makes the case for legalizing sex work. Author Julie Bindel wants customers to be held criminally liable. https://reason.com/video/2022/05/17/feminists-debate-sex-work-the-soho-forum/-------------Do people who hire sex workers deserve to go to jail, or should all laws prohibiting consensual sex work be repealed?On May 9, 2022, writer and activist Julie Bindel debated Reason's Elizabeth Nolan Brown at the Sheen Center in lower Manhattan. The resolution was "A good society should criminalize the purchase of sex."The event was hosted by The Soho Forum, a monthly debate series sponsored by the Reason Foundation.Bindel is the London-based author of The Pimping of Prostitution: Abolishing the Sex Work Myth. She opposes arresting women for the selling of sex but wants their customers to face consequences for their actions.Reason's Elizabeth Nolan Brown, who's also the co-founder and president of Feminists for Liberty, took the position that all laws prohibiting consensual sex work should be abolished.The debate was moderated by Soho Forum Director Gene Epstein.Narrated by Nick Gillespie; intro edited by John Osterhoudt; event photography by Brett Raney.

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