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Sex, Butts & Orgasms: Cathy Reisenwitz Responds to Julie Borowski

ThreesomeRecently, I weighed in on Julie Borowski’s hypocritical YouTube video, which is supposed to be about libertarian women, or the lack thereof. It rapidly digresses into some whacked out tangent about magazines, casual sex, lip gloss, eyeliner, and handbags.

Ironically enough, if you visit Julie’s blog and look at her bio, the second sentence begins with, “Believer in capitalism, individual liberty, and peace.” I find this hilarious since she apparently has a problem with magazines containing content she disagrees with and accessory manufacturers responding to consumer demand. The next obvious contradiction is between the notion of individual liberty and the shaming of casual sex. Which leads me, once again, to my conclusion that people like Julie and Tom Woods, who rushed to defend her against those monsters at BHL, have a problem with anyone who fails their purity test. Of course, said purity test is not to be self applied if you are, for instance, Julie Borowski or Tom Woods.

In response to Borowski’s video, Reason’s Cathy Reisenwitz serves up a superb takedown with a video of her own. Watch and enjoy:

It’s like The Sound of Music for libertines! “Sex, butts, and orgasms. These are a few of my favorite things.”

Image via Google Images

  1. January 11, 2013 at 9:46 am

    Thank you so much for the kind words and for posting! I should have another vid up soon so stay tuned!


  2. Dak Kol
    November 26, 2013 at 3:37 pm

    The Trilateral Commission has everyone fighting and debating amongst themselves while they are out stealing our future through debt and machinated bank system failures, starting wars and funding both sides taking advantage of internal national differences. Fight the real battle against the Trilateral Commission. No matter how and where any one differs, we will on be on the same fighting team and have a chance at winning this battle and saving a nation for ourselves and families.


  3. December 24, 2013 at 12:16 am

    Reblogged this on iheariseeilearn.


  4. Nathan Larson
    March 14, 2014 at 8:32 am

    I think there are a lot of female libertarians, many of whom provide significant help to the libertarian movement; it’s just that they’re more likely to do so behind the scenes, while men get the limelight. E.g., Margit von Mises helped type up Human Action, but Ludwig’s name was the only one that went on the cover. JoAnn Rothbard was her husband’s “indispensable framework”, but she isn’t called “Ms. Libertarian.” My mother provided a lot of the financial, logistical and moral support for my Libertarian campaign for public office, but Wikipedia mentions me and not her. It would be interesting to hypothesize why things work out this way.


  1. January 15, 2013 at 1:49 pm

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