Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York has disdainfully reacted to an Economist story that suggested that millennials were having less sex because of female empowerment. The year-old freshman congresswoman tweeted in response to The Economist's video of the article on Sunday evening. The magazine attributed the changes to the accessibility of free porn on smartphones, people prioritizing careers over romance, and increased female empowerment in sexual politics. It tied the final point to changes since women increasingly started speaking up about sexual misconduct after the MeToo movement took Hollywood and politics by storm almost two years ago. Another country notably facing an abstinence problem — which The Economist also discussed — is Japan, which analysts say is a "demographic time bomb. Japan is grappling with an aging population and labor market, while young people are getting married less and having less sex.
How AOC and a queer candidate for DA could create a sex work revolution
How AOC and a queer candidate for DA could create a sex work revolution | Society | The Guardian
A private Facebook group frequented by current and former U. Border Patrol agents has become a hotbed of controversy after leaked images showed members sharing lewd pictures of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and suggesting a heart-rending photo of a drowned migrant and his toddler daughter was staged. Screen captures of some postings include a Photoshopped image depicting the New York Democratic socialist congresswoman performing oral sex on a migrant man, and another portraying President Donald Trump forcing her head into his lap for another sex act. The group, first noted by the center-left news website Pro Publica , has 9, members. We've all seen the dems and liberal parties do some pretty sick things. New York Democratic socialist Rep.
But under her tutelage, Democrats are learning that seemingly marginal issues, in this case the rights of immigrant trans sex workers, can be re-fashioned as a mainstream political issue, in this case in the service of criminal justice reform. People are excited about what we stand for. Meanwhile, local criminal justice issues are pressing, none more so than in the case of trans sex workers who, supporters of decriminalisation argue, face arrest in disproportionate numbers and suffering long periods in detention because they are unable to access the system of cash bail bonds. They just laugh at us. Those issues were tragically highlighted two weeks ago when Layleen Polanco, a year-old African-Latina trans woman, was found dead in solitary confinement on Rikers Island.
Washington CNN Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Tuesday defiantly responded to President Donald Trump's continued attacks on her and other minority Democratic congresswomen, calling him out for the various sexual assault allegations made against him and his boasts on the infamous "Access Hollywood" video. Hey Mr. President, remember when you bragged about sexually assaulting women, talking about feeling their breasts and genitals, because "when you're a star they let you do it? Chat with us in Facebook Messenger.