I wrote a post on Facebook recently that I realized I meant to include here as well.
To be very clear:
I want every child to be wanted and loved.
I want people to not get pregnant unless they want to be.
I want birth control education and access to be prevalent.
I want people to enjoy healthy sex lives without unwanted pregnancy.
I want people to be careful with their birth control, and use Plan B if they think there’s a problem.
I want people to utilize pregnancy tests as soon as their periods are late, and know how to tell when there might be a problem.
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This year was my 4th Anarchapulco. It was also my first in which I was a main stage speaker. The previous three Anarchpulcos, I have been one of the official photographers of the event – my photos can be found on my Facebook – 2018, 2017 (on Judd’s Facebook, I was his second shooter), 2016. If you saw my speech, you may have noticed I used photos of Anarchapulco (both from 2017 & 2018) from both Judd and myself (mostly him), as the background images in my presentation.
I love Anarchapulco. Every year has been a blast – lots of fun, good people, good energy, and a little bit of a vacation. I spend at least one day at the beach or the pool, skipping speeches and just enjoying the environment with mojitos and good conversation.
Continue reading “Anarchapulco 2019 Photos / Story / Donation Info”
LP Texas finally posted my speech on Libertarianism & Social Media! This was in mid-April in Houston. The first time I gave this speech – I haven’t watched this video all the way through but I hope it’s good. 😉 Continue reading LP Texas Speech: Libertarianism & Social Media
It was suggested that I should answer this question presented by FEE.org. “My mother and father sparked my interest in Liberty… …I’m profoundly grateful that I never even needed a spark – I was born within the flames of Liberty, and I’ve been trying to warm the world ever since.” Read more at FEE.org. Continue reading What Sparked Your Interest in Liberty?
“Now the subject is back in the news, and this libertarian feminist certainly feels that this instance of gender equality means individuals being treated equally in the eyes of the law regardless of their gender. I think it’s perfectly valid to observe that women are the ones with the advantage in this situation (because the same sexism that “protects” women in this instance considers men to be disposable) and that liberty and equality will be achieved by striking down Selective Service registration entirely, not by equally oppressing women as much as men. We have an all-volunteer military force, but there’s a … Continue reading Should Women Register for the Draft? Should Anyone?
“I wouldn’t have predicted the change in the Republican Party, and there’s many people who doubt a future evolution in feminism. I’m not writing it off as a concept or a movement. I’ll be here, fixing things from the inside. I’ve got a better chance than those complaining from the outside. Those who hate and fear feminism should work on getting over that. It’s here to stay, and I’m here to make it better.” Read more at The Libertarian Republic. Continue reading Libertarian Feminists Are Like Rand Paul, Fighting From Inside The Machine
“The simple fact is that if Democrats and Republicans held their candidates to the standards that Libertarians hold their candidates to, they’d never have nominees, much less win elections.” “As we see more and more individuals led into the libertarian movement by “imperfect” libertarians like Ron or Rand Paul, we cannot sit idly by and be upset if they come in and start widening the tent and adding their own flavors to the mix. We have to engage, prepare and be willing to meet them where they are, to apply their libertarian leanings to the places they are lacking those … Continue reading The Problem of the Imperfect Pauls