Laura Agustín, the Naked Anthropologist, on Trafficking at London's Battle of Ideas





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Published on Sep 2, 2012

Laura Agustín's talk and response to questions on trafficking and gender issues, at the Battle of Ideas in London. The full panel and some audience interventions are available at http://www.battleofideas.org.uk/index...

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I enjoy listening to a speaker who doesn't resort to ideological rhetoric, shaming language, emotional badgering and outright lies to express their point of view. Laura's talk was interesting, objective and refreshing.
Not all women are feminists. Some are intelligent and capable of observation and independent thought like this lady.
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1:30 Typical feminist view of history. It was chiefly the tiny economically privileged percentage of women who just stayed at home while resting on a man's worth. Most women even before WW1 were working. While eventual change was necessary lets not forget the prime self interest that was chiefly agitated by opulent and conceited women. As is exemplified by how these women treated lower class and black women at the time.
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Wow.  This woman is amazing.  Everyone really ought to listen to her. Thanks +Karen Straughan for calling this to my attention by "liking" it. I would like to listen to the entire event.
I'd tap it. 
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But of course.
Thumbs up if you were linked to this video by Maggie McNeill, the Honest Courtesan.
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