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Interview with Frank Turner

In fall 2019 likeable british folk-punk-musician Frank Turner, who has been titled „England`s answer to Bruce Springsteen“ by the Stuttgarter Zeitung, released an remarkable album: „No Man`s Land“ is Turner`s eight studio album and it tells the stories of twelve historical women (plus his mother).

#IranProtests: All or nothing!

Sometimes life is full of weird coincidences. Just two weeks ago I have published a review of “Islamists Ruined My Iran: The Second Coming” on the platform of a big international online marketplace – a book by a young, talented author writing about the situation

Interview with Eclipse

I am sure you all have already read our long concert review for the ECLIPSE gig a week prior in Saarbrücken and as promised there, here is our follow-up interview of the one we had last year at the “MonumenTOUR”. I was really happy to

Interview with The Cruel Intentions

THE CRUEL INTENTIONS managed a vertical take-off within the last two years. They were on “Idiots on Tour” through Europe from October 2 to October 13, together with CRASHDÏET und HIGHRIDE. One stop on their way was at Nachtleben in Frankfurt on October 6. Lizzy

The Myth of “Legal Makes It safe”

Here is my presentation from the “Feminist Perspectives On The Sex Trade” Panel at FiLiA 2019 in Bradford, UK Before I speak on my topic, why legalisation making it safe for women in prostitution is a myth and why I choose this bloody hands picture

Presentation at the “Femicide” panel on FiLiA 2019

Here is a write-up of what I was speaking about on the “Femicide” Panel on the FiLia 2019 conference. Since I only had notes with me it might slightly differ to what I actually said… We started Sex Industry Kills in 2014 to document the

Survival Mechanisms and Trauma Bonding in Prostitution

Was she forced or did she choose it?  “We’ve been broken. We’ve been torn apart. We’ve been from $20 to $5,000 and it feels the same. It feels like $2. There’s no difference: high-class, low-class. I’ve done it all and it still feels the same.”