NEW YORK: Banker and Child Predator Epstein Faces New Charges

By Cassie Moran Billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein was arrested Saturday for the second time on charges of sex trafficking involving underage girls. In court on Monday, he pled not guilty to abusing dozens of girls as young as fourteen at his homes in New York City and Palm Beach between 2002 and 2005, despite taking a sweetheart plea deal in 2007 on the same charge. … Continue reading NEW YORK: Banker and Child Predator Epstein Faces New Charges

AUSTIN: Revolutionary Women Celebrate Frida Kahlo’s Birthday

By Mike Talavera On July 6, the revolutionary organization Popular Women’s Movement-Movimiento Femenino Popular (PWM-MFP) hosted a party to celebrate Mexican artist Frida Kahlo’s 112th birthday with food, art activities, speeches, a musical performance. Countering the mainstream bourgeois presentation of Kahlo as a pop icon, the event focused on emphasizing her revolutionary legacy, especially her stance when she denounced revisionist Leon Trotsky and committed herself … Continue reading AUSTIN: Revolutionary Women Celebrate Frida Kahlo’s Birthday

AUSTIN: Coat Hangers and “Blood” Dumped at Office of Ken Paxton

By Cassie Moran Militant women protesters, led by Popular Women’s Movement-Movimiento Feminino Popular (PWM-MFP), targeted the downtown offices of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on Monday to denounce his campaign against abortion and healthcare access. The women chanted angrily and unfurled a large red banner that read, “FIGHT FOR WORKING WOMEN’S HEALTHCARE, CRUSH KEN PAXTON & MISOGYNIST POLITICIANS.” Passing rush hour traffic honked in support … Continue reading AUSTIN: Coat Hangers and “Blood” Dumped at Office of Ken Paxton

AUSTIN: Abuser’s Retaliatory Case Against Survivor Dismissed

By Mike Talavera On Monday, a judge dismissed the lawsuit filed by abuser Alejandro Caceres against his former partner Nancy Cárdenas Peña. Caceres’ lawsuit accused Peña of defaming him after coming forward with her account of his abuse. “I can’t quite possibly describe how much [Caceres] continued to perpetuate his abuse through this lawsuit,” Peña told Incendiary, “and how, when I heard the news [that … Continue reading AUSTIN: Abuser’s Retaliatory Case Against Survivor Dismissed

AUSTIN: Woman Defies Legal Retaliation from Abuser

Guest Article by Micha Green On Wednesday May 29, Nancy Cárdenas Peña appeared in court to fight a defamation lawsuit filed by her former partner and abuser Alejandro Caceres. Caceres is a former immigrant rights organizer and a known abuser in Austin, TX who was fired from the nonprofit Grassroots Leadership after his abuse against Peña came to light late last year. His opportunistic and … Continue reading AUSTIN: Woman Defies Legal Retaliation from Abuser

PITTSBURGH: Women-led Picket Confronts Abuser

by Samantha Murray On April 6, working-class women and activists marched to picket Biddle’s Escape, a business owned by Joseph Davis in Pittsburgh. Davis has sexually harassed and assaulted women workers and patrons at his business, faking accountability processes and firing workers for coming forward. The march also targeted Davis’s home which is across the street at 400 Biddle Avenue. Biddle’s Escape has been facing a small … Continue reading PITTSBURGH: Women-led Picket Confronts Abuser

Former Orchids of Asia Brothel Owner Sold Access to Trump Events

by Miriam Cordova Orchids of Asia, the Florida spa where many bourgeois men were busted paying for sex last month, has come under renewed scrutiny due to former owner Li Yang’s affiliation with President Donald Trump and with the elites of US imperialism, including her selling access to Trump in Washington, DC and at his private country club. Yang, who goes by Cindy, started the … Continue reading Former Orchids of Asia Brothel Owner Sold Access to Trump Events