I don't agree. First published in 1998, Inga Muscio's provocative book still makes an unconvincing case and also repeats troubling anti-choice rhetoric. But it has valuable insights about confronting sexual violence and learning trans inclusivity.
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Arizonans are pushing a ballot measure that would raise tax rates on the wealthy after years of cuts to education investment. “We have to work to explain how ... that burden is being carried by low and middle income people."